Kirk Douglas is keeping it young despite being 102-years-old.
The 'Gladiator' star still likes to do some backyard camping.
His grandson Cameron Douglas posted a photograph via Instagram of his famous relative inside a tent.
Despite his age the Hollywood icon icon was photographed resting on an air mattress inside of a green tent, which appeared to be set up in the backyard of his Beverly Hills home.
Grandson, Cameron, 40, shared the photo, writing: "This amazing man, my Pappy, is such inspiration in so many ways! Going camping at 102! #Spartacus#thrunthru ?@Lisa."
The three-time Oscar nominee turned 102 on Dec. 9, which was celebrated by his family that includes son Michael Douglas and his wife Catherine Zeta-Jones.
The actress shared a sentimental tribute to her famous father-in-law in an Instagram post, in which she shared photos of Kirk's life and career.
"Happy 102nd birthday to the most beautiful man," Zeta-Jones captioned the post. "We love you Kirk."
In November, Michael Douglas, 74, revealed on Live with Kelly and Ryan that Kirk is keeping-up with technology by using FaceTime.
"He's amazing. He's discovered FaceTime. He just loves it," he revealed.
The icon was born Issur Danielovitch Demsky on December 9, 1916, in New York City.
He is still married to second wife Anne Buydens – the couple got hitched in 1954.