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Autumn is here and winter is not too far away, but this doesn't mean you have to pack away your camping gear just yet. With many campsites staying open later in the year and some even all year round, this can be a great time of year to get away and relax. Campsites are generally quieter after the summer rush, and you might even get lucky with the weather! The changing seasons can bring incredible views, with the leaves starting to fall and even some snow on the hills. This is the perfect chance to get out with the family and take in all that nature has to offer. Check out some of our advice for camping in autumn and beyond.

Staying Warm

As the nights are getting cooler, it is necessary to make sure you have the right kit to help you camp better. Make sure you are using a 3-4 season sleeping bag for maximum comfort on colder nights. See our selection of sleeping bags here: 3-4 season sleeping bags

Additionally, our innovative Radiate Single sleeping bag has a built-in graphene heating panel, designed to keep you cosy on colder nights, perfect for autumnal camping. Alongside this, we have the Radiate Heat Mat, which also benefits from a graphene heating panel with 4 heat settings. This heat mat can be used in a sleeping bag you already own creating a cosy bag all night, or use it while sitting outside on chilly nights.

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Lighting

In autumn the nights draw in earlier, meaning the nights will be longer than un summer. To make the most of your camping trip, make sure you pack plenty of lighting options which will help you see in the wilderness and can keep you outside for longer. Headtorches are essential for late night walks, while lanterns and lights will help you keep your tent bright.

Campfires and Cookers

With the weather cooler, it’s the perfect time to set up a campfire to enjoy the outdoors longer. Always make sure you are permitted to have a campfire on the campsite you are staying at. While enjoying the campfire, why not try cooking outside on our collection of cookers as dining al fresco can be enjoyed all year round, check some out here: cookers

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