Want the pleasure of campfire cooking without the hassle? Kotlich cooking with a tripod or the snazzy Bon-Fire are exciting ways to make a delicious outdoor meal. Read more
Is the Cobb barbecue better? Will it change our camping cooking? We’ve tested this tabletop barbecue on a menu of marinated trout and veggies and turkey kebabs. Here’s what we thought of it. Read more
How do you make your own bread or cakes when you’re camping? Hear from tent-campers and campervanners who use everything from the Remoska to the Frontier stove for beautiful baking while travelling. It’s inspirational! Read more
We love bivvy camping, especially off the ground, safe from bugs and midges. Here are some of the best bivvy hammocks and tree tents we’ve tested. Read more
Viewing the elusive Northern Lights is something high on many people’s must-do travel lists. Hear how Carl Wild fulfilled his ambition…with the added bonus of jumping naked into a freezing lake. Read more
”We are the cooking apes, the creatures of the flame”. Matthew de Abaitua shares an extract from his book, his campfire cooking kit and his love of eating outdoors. Read more
We’ve come up with a smart solution for a compromise mini-camper that cost less than £350. Perfect for quick overnight stops between campsites. Read more
Does it have to be a white box caravan or a utilitarian trailer? No! Take a look at our round-up of cool, quirky and classy trailer campers and trailer tents. Read more
Which are the best camping stores? We’ve compiled a guide to where to buy camping gear and outdoor equipment with details of delivery and returns too. Share your own recommendations for good service! Read more
Should you buy the new German-made Teardrop caravan? We’ve had a good look on your behalf and here’s what we think… Read more
If you thought the camping season was over, you’re missing a treat. Add some warm layers, stoke up the campfire and take some inspiration for outdoor cooking from Andy Stevenson, developer of online local foodie and outdoor cookery community Local Food Lunches. Read more
The consensus seems to be that the best folding bike is the Brompton. It’s certainly not the cheapest, but it folds neatly, it’s relatively light and it rides like an agile real bike. Could it get even better if it were electric? We found out. Read more
If bad weather puts you off camping, but you still want to be outdoors…how about a deliciously desirable dinky dwelling? Tempt yourself with a tiny house. Read more
The YHA isn’t just for youths, and it’s not just hostels. It is all about gorgeous locations – lakeside, countryside and more. Take a look at some of the YHA’s great camping and cabin options. Read more
Roaming charges are gone…almost! But it’s not quite so simple. Here’s our guide to getting online in Europe. Read more
A delicious camping meal that’s fun to make, easy to adapt and even easier to eat. Four recipes in under an hour, all cooked on woodburning camping stoves. Read more
A clever all-terrain trolley to help you move your camping gear, a magic straw that makes nasty water drinkable, a way to keep your craft beer cold and a solar camping stove…just some of the new camping and outdoor gear we’ve found. Read more
How fantastic when someone falls in love with a piece of camping gear we’ve recommended! Clare Wells took her new Coleman Cortes Octagon tent on a trip to a great campsite in Wales…here’s what she thought of the site and the tent. Read more
Our competition to win a kotlich campfire cooking set inspired some talented outdoor cooks. Here are just some of their mouthwatering recipes. Read more
There’s nothing like a warm fleece jacket for keeping the chill off when camping. But, most are made from polyester or other fabrics that shed millions of plastic microfibres when they’re washed. Here’s our round-up of earth-friendly warm jackets for men and women. Read more
Missing the company of your cat when you go camping? You don’t have to. Read our guide to camping with cats and see what other feline-friendly campers get up to. Read more
We’re always on the look-out for well-designed camping, cooking and outdoor kit that is genuinely useful and a little bit different. Here are some of our latest lovely finds. Read more
How do you make a bit of money while travelling in a campervan or motorhome? Alana Hurd runs two businesses from Milly the Van and is making a difference to the lives of disadvantaged people as well as her own. Read more
What do you buy the camper in your life? What do you put on your own present wishlist? Have a look at these lovely ideas – from motorhome Lego to a portable camp washing ‘machine’.
Oh goodness. This is delicious…coconut pain perdu. It’s simple, easy to make dairy-free and perfect for cooking on our Cadac Safari Chef or campstove with frying pan. Read more
There’s still chance to hear the BBC Radio 4 Food Programme camping special + Campfire Mag on Radio Wales. Read more
Down’s lovely, but it’s better on ducks and geese than in our jackets. So, we’ve been checking out the best alternatives for insulated jackets for warmth, lightness and packability.
Which are the very best campervans, compact caravans and trailer tents? We’ve looked at lots of the latest models and compiled a comprehensive guide to what to choose.
Camping out of season is fantastic, but you need to prepare. Here’s what we learned on a winter campervan trip in Scotland – how to find a great wild camping spot, stay warm, keep yourself entertained, eat well…and go to the loo! Read more
Feeling a bit Mad Hatter-ish, we’ve decided to make our latest campfire all wrong…but all right. Here’s a weird and novel way to get the campfire going, plus some random camping and campervan tips to try out. Let us know if they work for you.