Pack a tent and sleeping bag to spend the night in the woods
Another great way to add a little more adventure on your next trip is by camping out under the stars. This may be a scary-sounding idea, but spending the night in the woods around a campfire with friends and family can be surprisingly relaxing.
You won’t have to go far from civilization either; many national parks allow you to pitch a tent and stay the night. This is a fun way to add a little more adventure without going too far off the beaten track.
Bring a fishing pole for catching dinner or catch-and-release fishing trips
Taking a fishing trip is another great way to add adventure activities to your next trip. There are tons of sites online that offer cheap or even free fishing trips, so don’t think it has to break the bank!
Make sure to check the laws of the place where you are fishing before you go, though; while catch-and-release makes for a fun experience that is legal, there are some places where catch-and-kill policies still exist (which might make for an even more adventurous trip, but it’s not recommended)!
Pack some camping supplies like matches, cooking utensils, and food containers
While you can take all the necessary equipment with you on your trip, we recommend trying to find any items you might need at your destination. If you’re going camping and spending the night in the woods, make sure to pack a tent and sleeping bag!
You’ll also want cooking utensils like pots and pans, as well as some matches and food containers. Plan your meals ahead of time, and make your camping experience easier by figuring out your cooking plans before you pack for your trip.