- Bonus Material: "Room Camp," a series of two-page comedy one-shots about the Outdoor Activities Club's shenanigans during club meetings, began from the third manga volume. This is later used as the title of similar-themed The Stinger segments in the anime.
- Completely Different Title: French title is Au Grand Air ("In the Great Outdoors").
- Fan Nickname:
- "Comfy Camp" for the series as a whole, due to its cozy and relaxing feel.
- "Cinnamon Bun" and "Girl Kirby" for Nadeshiko.
- Image Source: Iyashikei
- Meaningful Release Date: Episode 9 of the second season, in which Aoi and Nadeshiko realize they share a birthday on March 4, actually first aired on March 4, 2021.
- Playing Against Type: K-On! is the Trope Codifier for modern school club stories, and Aki Toyosaki defined the bubbly, energetic, and slightly stupid newcomer role that Nadeshiko fits. However, Toyosaki instead voices the reserved, laidback, sarcastic Aoi Inuyama.
- The Red Stapler:
- The show became an unpaid advertisement for camping around Mt. Fuji. Indeed, since the show began, there has been a tripling of camping attendees in early 2018 around the mountain.
- Not only that, but in February 2018, dealers reported that the Yamaha Vino scooter in the same color like the one Rin uses was sold out.
- Due to the success of the anime adaptation in Japan, there was a boom in winter camping in Southeast Asia, as fan sought to both enact pilgrimages to the story's locales and emulate the experience of camping off-season. On the other hand, it was apparently also the cause of an unfortunate accident perpetrated by a Mexican fan◊, though the veracity of these claims have yet to be confirmed.
- Relationship Voice Actor: Both Saitou and Inuyama happen to be respectively, Megumin and Yunyun.
- Sleeper Hit: Laid-Back Camp topped the preorder sales chart for the spring 2018 season, unusual for an Iyashikei series.
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