Camping When It's Cold Out
This might sound counterintuitive if you're primarily a summer camper, but cold-weather camping has its own brand of invigorating magic. State and national parks are less crowded and more peaceful. Hiking trails are yours alone. If the idea of a leaky tent doesn't sound like paradise, know that some park campgrounds have yurts and cabins that can make chilly temperatures a bit more tolerable.
Tell us: Are you a fan of winter camping? Where do you like to camp when the temperature drops?
-- Année Tousseau