Camping with Rayovac Outdoor Lights

by CajunMama

I’m more a fan of glamping than traditional camping, but sometimes one must sacrifice for the family. These sacrifices sometimes include spending a weekend outdoors camping in an area chosen by my husband. I do like outdoor adventures, such as hiking, kayaking, campfires, and all that fun stuff, but at the end of the day, I prefer a shower and sleeping in a bed.

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Here in Louisiana, there are many places for families to enjoy a family camping experience, such as Kisatchie National Forest, the Toledo Bend area, and Poverty Point, to name a few. Since I personally know of a few places here in my state, I thought I’d reach out to some of my fellow Rayovac Power Bloggers to see where they like to go camping as a family, so that I could put some new ideas into my husband’s head, the next time he wants us to experience the outdoors for a long weekend.

CarolinaMama – “Rocky Mountain National Park Campgrounds is our absolute family! Love it! Nothing like waking up under the stars in the Rocky Mountains! Since I have not camped there in the last 5 years, since I commenced blogging, but closer to home our love of camping looks like this.”

CarolinaMama and Family Camping

3 Kids and Us – “A few years ago we took our first camping trip. This photo is from that trip and a blog post on how 3 Kids and Us started as  a blog.”

3 Kids and Us camping2008

A Thrifty Mom – “I took my son camping with a Boy Scout Group I help out with. Succor Creek, Idaho is one of our favorite spots.” You can read about Sarah’s experience over at her blog, A Thrifty Mom.

MomSpark – I love checking out other blogs to get fresh ideas on family travel. MomSpark has entire fun family travel section to check out.

One thing I’ve realized about camping is that at night, when picking up around camp, one can never seem to have enough light. I’ve been to a few campgrounds that offer bathrooms with running water, but no lights! Here are two Rayovac products to pack in your camping gear containers, and remember, don’t forget the batteries!

Sportsman® 8D Area Lantern

Features:

  • Twin-tube, super bright 18-watt fluorescent U-tube, long-life bulbs
  • Lights 25 ft radius
  • 2 settings, high and low
  • Easy battery replacement system
  • Water resistant
  • Extra durable rubber base and handle
  • Lifetime warranty

Sportsman Xtreme™ 1W Mini Lantern

Features:

  • Perfect for camping, travel and all outdoor adventures
  • Bright 1 watt high-powered LED
  • 55 lumens
  • Run time: 16 hours
  • 2 light modes: high and low
  • Water resistant
  • Compact size
  • Comfort grip handle
  • Folding tent hang ring on bottom
  • Lifetime warranty

If you’re planning on camping this summer, be sure to check out the full line of Rayovac Outdoor Lights and like Rayovac on Facebook to take advantage of deals, specials, and coupons.

I’m a Rayovac Power Blogger.

Shannon Hurst Lane lives in south Louisiana and loves spontaneous road trips with her family or a solo mama getaway. She's the creator of TravelingMamas.com with a mission to inspire moms to get out there and explore our world. Google+
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1 Amy @LivinOnTheRoad May 30, 2011 at

I prefer a shower, toilet and a bed, too. That’s why we travel in an RV – I just can’t get comfy in a tent. Looks like you had fun.

2 CarolinaMama June 1, 2011 at

Awesome Shannon! Love this! Great memories and I like your Mom favorite camp site! :) And we adore the outdoor activities as well!

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