If you’re a fan of the outdoors, whether it be camping, hiking, backpacking or even vacationing on mountain cabins, you know that you need to set aside a certain budget to be able to maximize your trip. You’ll need money for gas, food, gear, supplies and other essentials and most of the time these all add up to a big amount.
If you’re on a tight budget, consider these money-saving tips when travelling outdoors:
Be frugal when buying gear and supplies
If you’re planning to purchase/replace camping gear for your trip, be smart about your buying choices. You don’t need a huge and fancy tent that costs $500 if you’re camping alone, or a sleeping bag with all those features that you won’t even personally use. Get a good quality basic gear that is appropriate for the season and weather of your trip – this will give you what you … Read More