During my time in a youth movement intended for inspiring youth to better face reality, we had annual camping using ridge and bell tents. Many of our camps were at fixed sites, where various study projects such as history of socialism, camp-crafts and practical farming, such as cows (who answer by name for milking) , chickens (which don't), harvest (fruits), soil preparation (weeding) and planting, etc., were explained, discussed and tried.
For older youth from about 16 years, a rambling camp was arranged. It is even more exciting and demanding. Everyone carries a half-tent, personal things in a ruck-sack, and a part of the necessary equipment too, to allow the group settle down somewhere new each evening and to prepare food and shelter. Little shopping is needed and water is collected from suitable streams en-route (planned or discovered). The aim is to travel between two villages or towns over about a week or more, usually where a slightly more permanent camp is to be set up before and after the ramble. Today with mobile telephones it should be much less of a challenge.