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10 of the best tarps for backcountry camping

10 of the best tarps for backcountry camping

Backcountry camping offers a unique way to immerse yourself in nature. One of your most important pieces of gear is the tarp, a versatile tool that provides shelter from the rain, wind, and sun. Tarps are lighter than traditional tents and offer a minimalist approach...

10 super cool 3-season tents for adventurours campers

10 super cool 3-season tents for adventurours campers

Three-season tents are versatile shelters designed for the varying conditions of spring, summer, and fall. They are lighter than four-season tents, making them ideal for backpackers and casual campers who trek in milder weather. While these tents aren’t built for...

How to plan a backcountry glamping trip

How to plan a backcountry glamping trip

Traditional backcountry camping isn't for everybody. But now that glamping is such a huge trend, you no longer have to plan a trip that requires you to be roughin' it through the wilderness. Glamping? Glamping is a portmanteau of "glamorous" and "camping," referring...

22 insanely helpful tips for camping in the snow

22 insanely helpful tips for camping in the snow

As Canadians, two months of the year is never enough of a camping season. Believe it or not, the best time to go camping is any time—as long as you're prepared! We camp in snow, slush, sleet, and ice—even when the temperatures have plummeted well below freezing. In...

A few helpful tips for camping in December

A few helpful tips for camping in December

Camping in December comes with its own set of challenges and rewards. You’re trading in buzzing crowds for the tranquil silence of a winter wonderland. With the right planning, you can enjoy the brisk beauty without the frostbite. Think toasty fires, warm drinks, and...

Winter camping resources

Many campers consider winter to be the off-season, but not us! We’re out there in sub-zero temperatures, exploring frozen lakes and snow-covered forests. If you’re interested in winter camping, check out these resources.

Who are we?

Standing in front of a hot tent during fall

Welcome to Gone Camping Again!

We’re Elise and Ross, a couple from Ontario, Canada who absolutely can’t get outside enough.

Backcountry camping is our escape, and we love sharing what we’ve learned with our readers. 

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Our latest camping adventure video

In July and August of 2022, we set out to paddle the entire coast of Pukaskwa National Park on Lake Superior’s north shore.

Along the way, we caught monster Northern Pike, camped on pristine kilometre-long beaches, and dared to swim in Superior’s icy cold waters.

Watch the video on YouTube!

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