Stellar Camping is written by a family who loves to camp in the American West. We offer tips for tent camping while encouraging respect for nature and understanding of our changing environment.
Our family is happiest when we’re in nature, enjoying the great outdoors.
We’ve learned the hard way how not to camp. By trial and error, plus plenty of research, we’ve come up with some helpful advice to make the most out of your next trip.
We created Stellar Camping to teach ourselves–and you–how to be happy campers!
This site aims to be a comprehensive resource for tent camping that offers concise, easy-to-understand information about this cherished activity.
We also want to share our love of nature and photography at a time when so many places are at risk.
We hope you enjoy the site and encourage you to contact us with any questions or suggestions.
Ginette Chapman is an avid camper, hiker, and cross country skier. She grew up exploring the Sonoran Desert around her home in Tucson and now calls the Colorado mountains home. When not exploring the outdoors, she can be found hard at work at her day jobs as a lawyer and editor or pummeling balls on a racquetball court.
Mitch Tobin is a writer, photographer, and multimedia journalist. He fell in love with the great outdoors, especially public lands across the American West, thanks to some amazing camping trips in his younger days. Mitch also created snowslang.com, a multimedia skiing and snowboarding blog.
Violet is 6 years old and loves nature. She often can be found biking, hiking, and camping. She is very fond of art, math, and doing science experiments, especially those involving explosions. She loves her two cacti friends, Sunset and Sky, and her dog, Phoebe.