Fall Camping in the Black Hills
– By MeThe dog days of summer have given way to cool, sunny days and crisp, clear nights. Gone for the year are the hot temperatures and extended hours of daylight. We welcome autumn with its splendid colors and rustling leaves.
While many people associate camping with summer, and would not dream of an all camping adventure, there are many reasons to hold off on putting away camping supplies for a few more weeks. The autumn season is the perfect time to cuddle up in a sleeping bag and tell spooky stories around a campfire.