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10 tips for car camping

May Long weekend is a big deal across Canada, but nowhere more so than in Ontario. It unofficially marks a change in season, when the most <gwmw class="ginger-module-highlighter-mistake-anim ginger-module-highlighter-mistake-type-2"  in the nation simultaneously shakes off the remaining winter frost from the tarps and tents and heads out to theiWhether you drive a sedan like the Accord, an SUV like the Pilot or a minivan like the Odyssey (or any other car, for that matter), there’s no reason why you shouldn’t get in on the action. Here are 10 tips for car camping.

Sleeping arrangements

The truth of the matter is that, unless you drive an RV, your vehicle probably wasn’t meant to be slept in. The solution is the same as it’s been for ages: a tent. Of course, there are some cool add-ons that incorporate the vehicle’s interior space, like this option from Honda. Don’t forget a mattress