This month we visited Calaveras Big Trees State Park, but we knew it was going to be cold. Keep reading to see what we wore for fall camping.
Even though the temperature would be dropping to close to 40 degrees at night, that wasn’t going to stop us from camping. But it was important for us to dress in layers.
White Sierra Stretch Fleece Leggings // White Sierra Bug-Free Trail Hoodie //White Sierra Summit Down Jacket
White Sierra Coyote Creek Plaid Flannel Shirt // White Sierra Baz AZ Fleece Pants //White Sierra Bug-Free Base Camp Hoody//Make Par Not War Hat
White Sierra Wooly Bully Fleece Jacket//Pom Beanie (similar) //White Sierra Wildwood Plaid Flannel Shirt//White Sierra Bug-Free Jersey Long Sleeve Crew //Just Black Jeans//Steve Madden Sneakers
If you want to see more of Calaveras Big Trees State Park, check out our walking tour video of the park!
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I’m not so much into camping – and even less when it’s cold; but you guys look so cute <3
It was my first time, so I was a complete newbie. But it was fun for two days!
I love camping, and your dog is adorable.
Thank you so much!
Loving the outfits, but don’t know if I’d be able to stand it camping in cold weather like that.
It was pretty cold! Definitely the last time we could handle camping outside for the year.
Those outfits love so cozy. Really perfect a really cold winter. I’m hoping that I get to wear my winter clothing,
I absolutely love winter clothing! Layering is key and you can always wear more to keep warm!
That park looks really pretty! Love how cozy your outfit looks!!
The clothes were key! It was so cold the first night that I slept in my puffer jacket!
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