30 Best Instagram Captions for When You Go Camping

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It's time for your next adventure!

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30 Camping Instagram Captions

Howdy, camper! If you love the outdoors then you must be an avid camper, be it in a tent, cabin, or trailer. And though it's nice to unplug from time to time, let's be honest... you're going to Instagram something. Make sure it's cute, snappy, and outdoor-appropriate. Check out the 30 camping Instagram captions below!

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-We didn't know we were making memories, we were just having fun

-Let's wander where the wifi is weak

-Sip Wine & Smell Campfire

-Relax, you're on camp time!

-LAUGH hard, SMILE big, CAMP often

-And into the forest I go, to lose my mind, and find my soul

-Collect moments, not things

-Blessed are the curious, for they shall have adventures

-There was nowhere to go but everywhere

-Camping hair, don't care

-We stood, steady as the stars in the woods, so happy hearted

The simple life. #nature_restores #backpacking

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-There is no wifi in the forest but I promise you, you'll find a better connection

-"Your mountain is waiting, so get on your way" Dr. Seuss

-May the forest be with you

-Wander without purpose or reason

-Over the river and through the woods

-On top of the mountains & beneath the stars

-I don't need therapy, I just need camping

-We go together like campfire and marshmellows

-I do believe it's time for another adventure

Backed up by giants, what a feeling that must be. #cabinlove

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-Let's sleep under the stars

-Go your own way

-Travel is the only thing you buy that makes you richer

-Stars can't shine without darkness

-Not all those who wander are lost

-The journey, not the arrival, matters most <3

-Hike while you can

-Please understand, I have been wanting to leave, ever since I figured out, there were roads willing to take me anywhere I wanted to go

-Enjoy the moment, slow down

-Sorry for what I said... when I was pitching the tent

I've never seen so much tree sap than this year in the Sierra. It was on our clothes, tents, shoes and just about everything else. It was a welcomed sight.. because it means healthy trees with an abundance of water. So much so that the color wasn't your typical amber ... but clear.. like ice. I was puzzled so while hiking I asked my dad who through years of commercial plant growing & landscaping has a keen understanding of botany. He explained that the dying pine tree epidemic caused by bark beetles or 'kill beetles' was created mainly by the years of drought & lack of clearing fires which created a lack of sap, the trees natural protection. The more sap in the tree the greater natural defense the trees have against burrowing beetles. Although a pain for those dumb enough πŸ™‹πŸ½β€β™‚οΈto put their tent directly under a tree, it was an absolute welcomed sight to witness healthier trees in the Sierra. @blackdiamond

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