Camping is a time to be able to spend your days exactly as you want. Some people want to ramp up the activity and do some hiking, play volleyball, go swimming, and horse around with the kids. Others look forward to just being quiet. They hope to be able to grab some afternoon naps and catch up on some reading.
If you’re a reader and want to be able to spend some time buried in a good book, we have some reading suggestions for your next camping trip.
If you’re interested in reading about camping, hiking, and outdoor adventures, you could check out this reading list Best Outdoor Books to Read in 2016. The books on this list cover adventures through Florida, Montana, the Appalachian Trail, and plenty more.
For those who are seeking a fun, summer romance to read when they are tucked away at their campsite, there is Cosmopolitan’s 11 Books You Won’t Be Able To Put Down This Summer. You’ll find a Sarah McLean novel centered around scandal and scoundrels, and Sarah Dessen’s novel about a wedding planner who finds unexpected romance when she least expects it.
For the kids you can enjoy keeping them reading during school break with this Summer Reading Lists For Kids Ages 6 -14. For your young ones you’ll find books they will love such as Itty Bitty Kitty, and Ed and Ted, and Ted’s Dog Fred. 6th graders will enjoy Keeper of Lost Cities, and 100 Cupboards.
If it’s bestsellers you’re looking for, checkout Amazon’s 2017 Bestsellers List. You’ll have a hard time choosing between 100 of the top selling books in Amazon this year. They range from The Handmaid’s Tale, and Hidden Figures, to the Dalai Lama’s Book of Joy.
We think every camper should be able to spend their camping time the way they choose to and if you want to indulge in lazy afternoons reading, we hope this list gives you lots of material to make that happen.