Dress yourself up in multiple layers when you go camping. You may find that the weather conditions can change rapidly. It may be chilly early in the morning, but then the afternoon can be incredibly hot and humid. The night can again turn back to cold. The layers will allow you to adapt your attire to the changing weather throughout the day. Be sure you set up camp before nighttime comes around. If you driving an RV, you should locate a safe parking spot. Find a piece of ground that’s flat and dry if you are putting up a tent. Doing so before nightfall will allow you to familiarize yourself with your surroundings. This can help you see what you are doing and prevent frustration. A common gesture of kindness that many campers partake in is leaving behind some firewood for whoever winds up in your spot next. People sometimes show up to a campsite late and they aren’t able to search for firewood after they get everything set up because it’s dark. This can help brighten the day for the next group of campers.