Photo Credit: Glamping.com

Camping is an outdoor recreational activity. Glamping is a fusion of glamour and camping with style emerging worldwide over the past 10 years.Whether you are a Glamper or a Camper you will need Camping Food via Great Outdoors Food. Of course I am a Glamper if I have the choice.

Glamping.com tell us: When you’re glamping, there’s no tent to pitch, no sleeping bag to unroll, no fire to build. Whether in a tent, yurt, airstream, hut, villa or treehouse, glamping is a way to experience the great outdoors without sacrificing luxury. Both independent properties and global hospitality brands have capitalized on a jettisoning demand for travelers who want to experience the positive aspects of camping without the “uncomfortable” negatives. Glamping pivots on a high level of service that focuses on the complete comfort of the guests. The amenites found at glamping destinations far exceed anything recreational campers experience.

Well when I visited the Great Outdoor Food website, I was so excited to see my new fav snack – KIND Bars. This was very familiar to me and something I search out whether on a hiking trip up Camelback in Scottsdale, AZ or running through an airport trying to make a flight.  Nothing is this good for you or satisfying even in an airport club lounge.

Enjoy a few tips via Great Outdoors Food for either Glamping or Camping

Great Outdoors Survival Tip #16 – Lightweight luxuries (like tea bags and instant coffee packets) make a big difference in the quality of your day.


Great Outdoors Survival Tip #6 – Plan your day’s meals with a specific calorie goal in mind, depending on the level of exertion for the day – visit the custom meal builder tool at www.greatoutdoorsfood.com to build a meal with your favorite food while keeping an eye on protein, sugars, carbs, fat, and more!


Great Outdoors Survival Tip #4 – Don’t forget to bring utensils, a plate/bowl, and a cup for chow time! A “spork” is especially handy.


Great Outdoors Food Survival Tip 14 – For most hikers, trekking poles are worth their weight in gold as they help take strain off your back and legs (especially when wearing a heavy pack).

Disclosure of Material Connection: I received a small bag with a small sample of products available from Great Outdoors Food as coordinated by Deep Creek Public Relations in consideration for review publication. I was not compensated with cash nor is the value over $20.