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Camping in the Baltic Coast area, too cold?


PGH1 6 | 9
12 Aug 2010 #1
We are now thinking of some camping in our travels along Baltic Coast . On a previous post it seems that some think it might be a bit too cold. Any thoughts?
plk123 8 | 4,150
12 Aug 2010 #2
when? it should be just fine in the summer although you better have a good tent that can withstand a lot of rain.
OP PGH1 6 | 9
14 Aug 2010 #3
thank you - we're thinking early September - is that still warm enough? And our tent is good and waterproof!
wildrover 98 | 4,451
14 Aug 2010 #4
some think it might be a bit too cold. Any thoughts?

Depends on how tough you are.....some people would consider it too cold....

get yourself an ex British army sleeping bag....they even do arctic ones....you will be warm as toast...
aphrodisiac 11 | 2,444
14 Aug 2010 #5
thank you - we're thinking early September - is that still warm enough? And our tent is good and waterproof!

it is hard to predict. More then likely it will be cool.
wildrover 98 | 4,451
15 Aug 2010 #6
thank you - we're thinking early September

I have camped out in a tent in september in Poland and was warm enough , but i did have good equipment and we were not near the coast....

As PLK says...it can rain a bit at that time of year....
Kampi - | 3
15 Aug 2010 #7
Yes. Weather can be the main problem. Weather at Baltic sea is unexpectable even in the Summer. I was there last week (August) and it was raining. Temperature of water won't be more than 18-19C. It's cold. It was cold for me too, but I was first time at Baltic (I hope not last) and I swam a bit. Especially that my country has no sea.
jwojcie 2 | 763
16 Aug 2010 #8
thank you - we're thinking early September - is that still warm enough?

Most of the factors are unpredictable... But usually in September nights tend to be cold, it can be under 10 degrees Celsius at night, but it is nothing that can't be dealt with good sleeping bag (don't get go crazy with that though, it is not Siberia here... pis*ing at night can be quite a chalenge though, I mean "go out from a tent and pis* or wait till morning that is the question" ;-) ).

As for the weather it is all about luck, it can be cold and raining all the time or it can be beautifull quite warm end of the summer time with this feeling of autumn coming. But more likely mix of the two.

One thing to remember, the day becoming to feel a little short in September, the sunsets are about 7 pm then it is also becoming a little after season time. So, less people but also less things to do in the evening, some good book can be helpful.
ukpolska
16 Aug 2010 #9
It will be getting a bit chilly by then according to the long range forecast
Sunday Night 29/08/2010
mainly clear
High Temperature: 8°C
RealFeel: 6°C

accuweather.com/en-gb/pl/pomorskie/gdynia/forecast2.aspx
OP PGH1 6 | 9
19 Aug 2010 #10
Many thanks we've decided to go for the cheaper guesthouse option!! Maybe next time for camping
SzwedwPolsce 11 | 1,595
19 Aug 2010 #11
thank you - we're thinking early September - is that still warm enough? And our tent is good and waterproof!

Nights and early mornings are rather cold.
plk123 8 | 4,150
20 Aug 2010 #12
Sunday Night 29/08/2010
mainly clear
High Temperature: 8°C
RealFeel: 6°C

it's that cool in late august already? damn.. even the upper great lakes aren't that cold just yet.
jwojcie 2 | 763
20 Aug 2010 #13
No, right know is about 12 to 15 at night. But in the begining of September below 10 at night can happen.
plk123 8 | 4,150
21 Aug 2010 #14
oh my.. i am in the lower great lakes region and it's in the 30s C here right now..
mizu91 1 | 3
5 Apr 2011 #15
Merged thread:
Camping in Gdansk

Hello all,
I would like to spent some time in the beaches for 1-2days this end of April.
Any suggestion for the best place to camp in Gdansk?
pawian 170 | 11,331
15 Sep 2012 #16
We are now thinking of some camping in our travels along Baltic Coast . On a previous post it seems that some think it might be a bit too cold. Any thoughts?

A good sleeping bag solves the problem. Come on.


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