Primitive camping, also known as wilderness camping, is a type of camping that is done in natural environments with minimal impact on the surrounding area.
This often means camping in remote or undeveloped areas, where there are no established campsites or facilities.
When primitive camping, campers must be self-sufficient and bring all of their own supplies, including water, food, and waste disposal.
Primitive camping can be a great way to connect with nature and enjoy the beauty of the outdoors, but it also requires a high level of preparedness and a willingness to rough it.
It’s important to be knowledgeable about Leave No Trace principles and to be respectful of the environment when primitive camping.
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