(PRWEB) July 18, 2016 -- While camping didn’t come naturally to most modern people, it became a necessity for settlers during this country’s founding. “Camping is in our blood,” says CampingTentsDepot.com spokesman Gabriel Jackson.
The team at CampingTentsDepot.com is dedicated to providing only the newest and best reviews of camping tents for people to find exactly what they need. For the upcoming summer season, the company urges people to support the national parks and forests around the country to help bolster their funds to keep parks, clean and natural this year. They have also released new review articles to help people find the right gear at the lowest cost.
The spokesman also gave a statement with their new release as well. “Our national parks are the windows into our country’s past. They perfectly observe nature so every generation can see the beauty of nature. We love traveling to different parks and camping in the various terrains that nature has to offer. We want to encourage that this summer by showing our support of the national Parks and the people that are dedicated to preserving and maintaining them."
The company has set out to inform people of America’s long-standing history of camping and embracing nature as well. In an article published by the Wall Street Journal, they address how camping has become and American identity. The history of camping stretches back from the early days of the settlers learning innovative camping techniques to survive, to the national parks system that is set up today for the enjoyment of everyone.
Jackson went on to mention, “From this need to lie under the stars, we see great American poets, like Emerson, give this country its own identity. That’s why I think supporting these programs is so crucial for our society; it’s what our country was built on. I hope people take the opportunity this summer to keep that spirit alive. That's the reason for this new release.”
The team at CampingTentsDepot.com invites people to visit their site to learn more about high-quality camping tents. The informational site offers free advice to anyone looking to buy a new tent and even shows them where they can find the best deals as well.
Gabriel Jackson, CampingTentsDepot, http://www.campingtentsdepot.com/, +1 4806595566, [email protected]