Ready for a fun summer at Saco River Camping Area?
While you’re here, keep it cool as a cucumber with these 5 tips:
When you’re outside enjoying the summer sun, dehydration can sneak up on you. Make sure to drink plenty of water to avoid the dizziness and nausea that accompany dehydration—no one wants to deal with that when they’re having fun!
Make sure to pack lightweight, bright colored clothing for your camping trip to Saco River. Bright colors will reflect light away from your body, and loose, breathable material will keep you feeling cool.
Seek Out Shade
During peak sun, try to avoid being in direct sunlight as much as possible. Seek out the shade of a tree, prop up an umbrella, enjoy an indoor activity until things cool down out there, or opt for a shaded hike.
Recognize Heat Illness
No one wants to think about getting sick when they’re planning their vacation, but it’s important to be informed and prepared in case of emergency. Know the signs and symptoms of heat illness, and what to do if you do experience an emergency. Some symptoms to watch out for are heavy sweating, weakness, fast pulse, nausea or vomiting, and fainting. Check out this link for more information.
Get in the Water!
The best way to stay cool at Saco River Camping Area this summer? Get in the water! There are lots of water-related activities you can enjoy on the Saco River that will keep you feeling cool under the sun. Go kayaking, lounge in the water, go tubing—the possibilities are endless!
Don’t forget about our Water War Weekend on August 13th. What better way to cool off than a full-on water war?