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Camping Life

The perfect magazine for families who love the great outdoors, Camping Life provides camping information including vacation and weekend destinations, equipment reviews and buyers' guides for tent campers and owners of truck campers and pop-up trailers. Don't plan your next camping trip without checking out Camping Life, as it is sure to make your journey more complete.

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Customer Reviews

    • Rating
    Great Magazine

    I love this magazine not only for the Camper and RV articles but the great assortment of information on destinations, first aid, buyer's guides etc. And the photography is first rate.

    • Rating
    Nice camping magazine

    My husband and I are car campers, with our tent, and we love this magazine. It is one of the few that we've subscribed to that we both read and make sure we renew every year. We like the reviews of the various new camping gear -- some things are cool, and some things we laugh about, but it is nice to see what ideas are out there. Once a year this magazine publishes an issue that includes current major US campgrounds, which we enjoy looking over. Of course you can find these things online, but it is nice to have it in a magazine that you can take with you. I like the campfire story at the end of each issue. They also do a nice job of profiling various parks...

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    O.k. , but just O.k.!

    We recently purchased a popup trailer and subscribed to PopUp Times magazine. I was looking for another magazine also that was devoted to camping and family. Came across Camping Life. I bought an issue to see how we liked it before subscribing. I'm glad I did! While the magazine is O.k., it's not exactly what I was looking for in a family oriented camping magazine. Seems to me the articles were geared toward upper average income families that just "have to have" the name brand most popular at the time. I felt like I was reading a magazine devoted to "keeping up with the Jones'"! Also, I was a little dissappointed that the magazine only...

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