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Tips on Outdoor Recreation
Use these following tips to ensure you experience the best outdoor recreation has to offer:

Tip #1: Pick your tent and sleeping bag with care.
The temptation is to buy the cheapest tent and sleeping bag you can find, but this can prove disastrous, especially if you aren't an experienced camper. Visit an outdoor outfitting store to see their wide selection of outdoor equipment. Sleeping bags are grouped according to seasons, so if you plan on camping in the late fall or early spring you'll need a different sleeping bag than you would for the middle of summer. Tents are sold in different sizes, and while you might be tempted to buy the biggest you can find, remember that you are going to have to set it up at the campsite. When hiking you certainly don't want to be hauling around a bulky tent with you all day.

Tip #2: First-timers need a practice run.
If you never camped before, or it's the kids' first time, you want to practice before you actually leave for the campground. Over the weekend, pitch the tent in the backyard and try sleeping in it. If everyone seems comfortable, then you're ready for the real thing.

Tip #3: Pack your bags with care.
If you're planning on hiking and camping, then take extra care with your bags. Remember that you are going to be hauling them around on your back, and bags that are too heavy will hold you down. Take the time to plan out what you want to bring and make a list. Only pack the things on the list and then try walking with the bag. If it's too heavy, you need to cut back on some items.


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Triple Play Sports Academy Write review for this local business
1634 Childhaven Rd NE, Cullman, AL 35055
(256) 736-2997  
Our baseball club, with a 20,000 square foot indoor facility, provides multiple activities for baseball and softball training. Call for times and rates.
Diamond Club The Write review for this local business
3333 Rocky Ridge Plz, Birmingham, AL 35243
(205) 824-2124  
Baseball Academy Write review for this local business
5227 Pinson Valley Pkwy, Birmingham, AL 35215
(205) 681-7964  
George Ward Tennis Center Write review for this local business
331 16th Ave S, Birmingham, AL 35205
(205) 322-8745  
Highland Park Racquet Club Inc Write review for this local business
3300 Highland Ave S, Birmingham, AL 35205
(205) 251-1965  
Total Baseball LLC Write review for this local business
117 Citation Ct, Birmingham, AL 35209
(205) 941-0105  
Baseball Card Store Write review for this local business
1916 28th Ave S, Birmingham, AL 35209
(205) 823-1118  
Alabama Baseball Academy LLC Write review for this local business
3400 Oak Mountain State Park Rd, Pelham, AL 35124
(205) 358-3174  
James Lewis Tennis Center Write review for this local business
2800 Avenue K, Birmingham, AL 35218
(205) 781-4558  
Bear Camo Restoration Write review for this local business
730 15th St, Calera, AL 35040
(205) 234-6625  
Dead Man Trails Write review for this local business
60 Warren Rd, Cleveland, AL 35049
(205) 353-4232  
The Avenue Nails & Spa Write review for this local business
3225 Rainbow Dr, Rainbow City, AL 35906
(256) 413-4844  
Funzone Write review for this local business
1635 Main Ave SW, Cullman, AL 35055
(256) 735-0704  
Blue Paradise Travels Write review for this local business
203 7th St S, Clanton, AL 35045
(205) 280-2571  
Ski Lodge Apartments Write review for this local business
2320 Coleman Rd, Anniston, AL 36207
(256) 831-1060  
Super Slam Batting Cage Write review for this local business
5310 Old Montgomery Hwy, Tuscaloosa, AL 35405
(205) 758-0016  
Bama Mini Golf Write review for this local business
7825 Highway 69 S, Tuscaloosa, AL 35405
(205) 239-6569  
Sports Wearhouse Write review for this local business
206 Autauga St, Wetumpka, AL 36092
(334) 567-5356  
On Point Survival Skills School Write review for this local business
1409 Morningview Dr, Prattville, AL 36067
(910) 745-6389  
Red Horse Stables Write review for this local business
2800 W Highway 5, Bowdon, GA 30108
(770) 258-0444  
Yellow Wolf Gem Mining Write review for this local business
1168 County Road 58, Moulton, AL 35650
(256) 974-7226  
Hampton Cove Golf Course Write review for this local business
450 Old Highway 431, Owens Cross Roads, AL 35763
(256) 551-1818  
Montgomery Biscuits Professional Baseball Write review for this local business
200 Coosa St, Montgomery, AL 36104
(334) 323-2255  
Tennis Courts-Public Write review for this local business
500 Anderson St, Montgomery, AL 36107
(334) 240-4884  
O'Connor Tennis Center Write review for this local business
501 Anderson St, Montgomery, AL 36107
(334) 240-4884  
Recreation outdoor is a form of leisure or a type of entertainment performed during free or leisure time. These activities can be classified as a game or sport, depending on which type of activity the person has an interest in. Sports, for example, are a category that also falls under the area of recreational and leisure activities. Yet, this activity is governed by a set of rules or customs, and mostly engaged in on a competitive level by an individual, or by working in a team, in sports such as football, golf, and water sports. However, the area of leisure and recreational outdoor adventures can be categorized in many subcategories. For example, camping, hiking, mountain bicycling, climbing, and off-roading all fall under the category. People who completely immerse themselves in their chosen activity include hard core hikers, campers, backpackers, climbers and hunters. For most of them, these come naturally and they are comfortable with their setting whether it be at an indoor sport or outdoor sport. Thus, education is a vital part of outdoor activity. Even though it may just be play, you need to know the rules, whether it be safety, or obtaining knowledge that will help you along and better yourself at the activity. Moreover, recreational outdoor enthusiasts will of course come across equipment and gear needed to exercise these activities. Now, equipment can be costly if new, but if bought used, it serves the same purpose. Depending on if you are a beginner or a hard core wilderness area adventurer, different equipment will likely be required. Either way, these forms of leisure and recreational outdoor experiences are beneficial to the human psyche. Mental and physical games enable you to relax and take out some stress and strains of life.


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