LISTERINE!! any color/flavor. Pour it in, full strength in good sturdy spray bottle. Spray around your tent site & picnic table or patio & lawn chairs. (I mean saturate the ground and you can spray a little on things that you don't mind getting the mist in). You will be amazed! No Mosquitoes, no no-see-ems/gnats. You will have to repeat after rain or if animals stir up the dirt a lot. This is safe for kids, dogs and it doesn't have the stickiness or chemical smell. Try it!
This is a mod we did for our pop up camper, tried it for the 1st time this past weekend. We used a pool noodle for a gutter system to help channel the water condensation from the A/C unit away from our canvas ends.
Hang a paper towel roll using a bungee cord from the tent struts. Great way to keep the roll the roll handy but protects it from from falling on the ground and getting dirty and from getting wet if it starts raining! Love useful lil tips like these when we camp!
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Great idea for camping on your remote property. High and dry. Set it 3-4 blocks higher and have lots of storage space 'below deck'. Make the platform longer and put up a dining canopy (mosquito netting). Quite inexpensive, 1 day to build & that elevated, pressure treated wood will last for years(!). (This was the photographer's home for 3 1/2 months while white-water rafting in West Virginia.)