It refers to the outdoor adventure activity of camping in a temporary or residential campsite, usually in a bush or remote setting. The Overnight Camping Involves:
Camp spot: The most likely place for wind velocities to exceed fifty miles per hour, five minutes after you have spent 2 hours setting up your camp.
Tent: A portable outdoor home used to protect one from the elements unless it rains, snows, the wind blows, it’s cold or hot. It is usually setup with poles. It also has entertainment value doubling as a puzzle. Usually setup after dark using a flashlight with dead or nearly dead batteries.
Camp fire: Lighting the campfire itself sometimes serves as good entertainment as well. Also serves as the camp recycle container and television set, and is very useful for choking the camp cook out of the kitchen.
Sleeping bag: An easy to setup camping bed that has the amazing ability to make warm things hot and cold things colder, especially feet. It doubles as a sponge for soaking up water from leaks in your tent.