The North Face & Michigan Offer ‘Camping 101’
The Michigan Department of Natural Resources (DNR) and The North Face are teaming up to offer “Camping 101” at Michigan state parks to educate first-time campers on the basics of camping, Outdoor News Daily reported.
The “Camping 101” experience includes a two-night stay with all the gear, guides and good times included for just $20. It begins with a First-Timers Welcome Kit filled with details on what to pack, what to expect and what to wear. Then, when visitors check in at their campsite, park staff members will walk them through the process of setting up camp and settling in for a great Michigan adventure.
As part of their “Camping 101” stay, visitors will receive a prime camping location, tent, tarp, flashlight, lantern, camp stove and four hot dog/marshmallow cookers. All equipment is provided courtesy of The North Face and must be returned at the end of the camping trip.
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