With fall now heading into winter, that familiar chill is beginning to set in. Many less adventurous campers don’t enjoy camping, much less, sleeping in the cold, but there are lots of benefits to winter camping. Campsites that have remained open, will be less crowded, and often times, a reservation isn’t required. But when frigid temperatures start to set in, trying to get warm can seem like a night of torture. Instead of postponing your trip until the warmer Spring weather, just follow the advice below and learn how to sleep warm in cold weather.