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The Arkansas Traveler: The perks of winter camping

During winter in Arkansas one day can be 60 degrees and the next 20, but do not let the frigid temperatures delay outdoor adventures, The Arkansas Traveler explained.

“With no bugs, hibernating wildlife and less campers, now is actually the best time to go coming. Those who are afraid to go camping in the winter are missing out,” Nicholas Norwoods told The Arkansas Traveler.

“I still enjoy camping in the winter just like I would in any other season, however a lot of people are deterred from camping in the winter because of the cold,” Norwoods explained to The Arkansas Traveler. “Spending time in the outdoors gives us a chance to connect with our inner man and explore creation. It’s also a great chance to hang out with friends.”

To read the full story by The Arkansas Traveler, click here.

About Rebecca Smith

Rebecca Smith is a Wisconsin native currently living in Illinois with her husband, Eric, and two dogs, Maggie and Grace. She enjoys hiking, biking, kayaking and, of course, camping in cabins and park models.
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(Feb. 16, 2015) -- Winter camping in Arkansas can be enjoyable with no bugs, hibernating wildlife and fewer campers around.

The perks of winter camping

FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. — During winter in Arkansas one day can be 60 degrees and the next 20, but do not let the frigid temperatures delay outdoor adventures, The Arkansas Traveler explained.

“With no bugs, hibernating wildlife and less campers, now is actually the best time to go coming. Those who are afraid to go camping in the winter are missing out,” Nicholas Norwoods told The Arkansas Traveler.

“I still enjoy camping in the winter just like I would in any other season, however a lot of people are deterred from camping in the winter because of the cold,” Norwoods explained to The Arkansas Traveler. “Spending time in the outdoors gives us a chance to connect with our inner man and explore creation. It’s also a great chance to hang out with friends.”

To read the full story by The Arkansas Traveler, click here.

About Rebecca Smith

Rebecca Smith is a Wisconsin native currently living in Illinois with her husband, Eric, and two dogs, Maggie and Grace. She enjoys hiking, biking, kayaking and, of course, camping in cabins and park models.

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