Matadorians are fired up on camping for many reasons: as a way to get closer to nature and wild spaces, as a cheap option for accommodation during travel, as a path living more simply.

We’ve got guides on the best campsites in Patagonia, stories of camps pitched during backcountry visa runs, advice for how to live and camp out of your car, and picks for the gear you’ll need when you’re out under the rain fly.

Photo: Darcy McCarthy

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Glamping experiences around the US for campers who hate roughing it

Have the ultimate glamping experience in Disney’s Pandora theme park

7 underrated places to go coastal camping

Glamping on Mount Everest is a thing now, so you don’t even have to hike

The 5 best camping spots near Mexico City

The ultimate guide to zero-waste camping

Camp Cecil: Luxury camping on an uninhabited Mexican island

18+ mindblowing outdoor adventures in Patagonia

Be inspired and watch this 4-year-old’s remote camping adventure

The 10 women who are inspiring us to get outdoors in 2017

The 4 things camping as a kid taught me about surviving as an adult

How to make an awesome one-pot camping breakfast

5 chef-inspired ideas to up your camping game

7 signs you’re a rookie camper

13 images of awesome beach camping that will make you crave for a longer summer


9 invaluable life lessons you’ll learn on your first camping trip

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