I would like to try stealth camping however in my part of the country Lyme disease is a real threat. I know to some that this may sound funny coming from someone who lives in New Jersey afterall, where could we camp? About 1/3 of the state is a protected forest known as the pine barrens. It's the largest patch of undeveloped land between Boston and Cape Hatteras. Unforunately it's infested with deer ticks. The ticks aren't a problem if you stay on trails, but once you go into the bush you are guaranteed to come out with them. High grass is also a prime habitat. The most problematic of these little bugs are the nymphs, which are barely visable to the naked eye but deliver the most potent bite. I know there are tick repelants as well as a Lyme vaccine but was wondering how others deal with this problem. How do you stealth camp in tick country?