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Camping Supplies Kailua Kona HI

See below to find information on camping supplies in Kailua Kona and gain access to camping equipment, camping food, camping tents, sleeping bags, outdoor equipment, and camping stoves, as well as advice and content on fun things to do on a camping trip.

Melton International Tackle Inc
(808)329-0800, (808)329-0830
74-50 Queen Kaahumanu Highway
Kailua Kona, HI
 
Big Island Surf CO
(808) 326-7199
Crossroads Shopping
Kailua Kona, HI
 
Island Slice Tennis CO
(808) 322-6112
78-6740 Alii Drive Suite 102
Kailua Kona, HI
 
Sports Authority
(808) 327-6070
Kona Commons, 74-5444 Makala Boulevard
Kailua-Kona, HI
Services
Golf Day Shop, Golf Hitting Cage, Golf Trade-In Program, Firearms/Hunting, Hunting Licenses, Delivery & Assembly
Hours
Monday - Saturday: 9:00am - 9:30pm
Sunday: 10:00am - 8:00pm
Holiday hours may vary.

H P Bike Works
(808) 326-2453
74-5599 Luhia Suite F3
Kailua Kona, HI
 
Hawaii Forest & Trail Limited
(808) 331-8505
74-5035 Queen Kaahumanu Highway Suite B
Kailua Kona, HI
 
Bondallian Tennis
(808) 322-6090
78-7190 Kaleiopapa Street
Kailua Kona, HI
 
Pacific Island Lure Innovations - Pili Lures
(808) 325-7213
73-1063 Loloa Dr
Kailua Kona, HI
 
Big Island RV Safari Activities Rent-It
(808) 334-0464
75-5785 Kuakini Highway
Kailua Kona, HI
 
Dave`s Bike & Triathlon Shop
(808) 329-4522
75-5669 Alii Drive
Kailua Kona, HI
 

Five Fun Things to Do on a Camping Trip

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November 14, 2010 by Diane Berry · 2 Comments  

When we finally gather all of our family members together and whisk them off to the great outdoors for a camping adventure, we look for things we can all do together. Several criteria naturally present themselves while we search for possible activities. It must help us spend time together as a family and take advantage of the natural setting we are enjoying. Ideally, it will also help us to learn or appreciate something about the area we are visiting. Here are five easy ideas that campers of all ages should be able to participate in and enjoy:

  1. Wildflowers in the Rocky Mountains Purchase or borrow a book that outlines the vegetation common to the area and take a nature hike together seeing how many elements of vegetation native to the area you can locate.
  2. Embark on a wild flower photo safari, snapping digital photos of as many different wildflowers you can each find. You could even divide up into teams and have a competition to see who “collects” the greatest number of different photos.
  3. Make it a task for each family member to learn something unique about the area you are visiting or the campground in which you are staying and, around the campfire at night, present a “news broadcast” about that piece of information educating other family members on your topic of interest. Some examples might include the location and focus of a nature trail hidden in the campground, how the state park or campground received its name and what makes the natural area that you are in different from your home state or city. Topics are limited only by your imagination. Even the youngest members of the family should be able to come up with a new piece of information about the area to share, perhaps even surprising older family members with their creativity and ability to keep a secret about their findings.
  4. Maple, Basswood and Oak leaves

    Maple, Basswood and Oak leaves

    A “scavenger hunt” for leaves from all of the different trees common to the area, park or campground. Be sure to caution that the leaves should be found lying on the ground, not ripped off of living trees.

  5. Finally, when hunger pangs erupt, try holding a contest for the most creative snack to share around the campfire in the evening. This should not involve any intentionally nasty or disgusting concoctions, just a pairing of several foods the participant might like in combination with each other.
    Red chili peppers

    Red chili peppers, native to New Mexico, which we added to our salsa

    Who knows, a new favorite might just be developed. Be sure to make a rule that everyone helps to clean up! While this last suggestion may not teach you anything new about the area you are visiting unless you are incorporating a local delicacy in your new snack, it might just help you to enjoy it with a new tasty treat around a crackling campfire.

    There are many other creative ways to spend time together as a family while camping. If you are running short of ideas, however, start with a few of these and they m...

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