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Camping is a fun way to relax, recharge and get in touch with nature, but there's no one-size-fits-all when enjoying the great outdoors. All you really need for a perfect trip is some good company, tunes for the road and the right supplies.

Whether you like roughin' it backcountry style or just kicking back with pals, SAIL has a huge selection of equipment to suit any budget or camper. This Canadian retailer offers over 500,000 high-quality products, so you'll be prepared for whatever the wilderness has in store).

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With summer officially behind us, we welcome the cozy sweater weather season. If you’re looking for a way to celebrate the arrival of fall with the family (beyond stocking up on pumpkin spice), we’ve got some suggestions for you. What’s better than spending quality time in nature and taking advantage of the last of the nice weather? Besides, nothing beats taking a walk or hike with the family on a crisp autumn day surrounded by the vibrant red and orange leaves for which Canada is so well-known for. 

If you’re looking for a weekend escape that the whole family is sure to love, you’ve got to check out these idyllic camping spots. Plus, all of these campgrounds are located two hours or less from Ottawa, meaning the kids’ chorus of "are we there yet?" will be kept to a bare minimum. Pack your bags and get the camping gear ready — it’s time to plan your fall family camping trip and reconnect with nature!

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The Sunshine State offers tons of amazing campsites to pitch your tent at. From deep forest canopies to vast fields of stars, the sights are endlessly gorgeous. But imagine falling asleep to the sound of gently lapping waves with the Milky Way stretched out above you. One Florida camping spot on the beach will give you just such an experience, where you can set up your tent right on the shore.

The Canaveral National Seashore allows beach bums to stay overnight and camp right on the sand. There are 14 different backcountry island campsites to choose from, perfect to get away from the crowds.

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Ontario is home to several historic sites that are plagued by unsettled spirits. From old hotels to isolated campsites, these places are still operation today and are perfect for celebrating Halloween at.

If you seek a thrilling adventure this October, check out these 7 allegedly haunted places to stay overnight at in Ontario:

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