Few camping experiences match that of loading up your canoe or kayak and embarking on an overnight trip.
It doesn’t matter if you’re paddling down a river, through the Boundary Waters Canoe Area (home to over 1,000 lakes), or along the coastline – canoe and kayak camping is hard to beat.
Imagine it with me for a second. Your days are spent paddling and floating, maybe doing a little fishing too. Then you pull up to your camping spot, cook a delicious meal, and relax around a crackling campfire at night. It doesn’t get much better than that in my opinion.