Here’s a checklist for what to bring camping:

  1. Tent: Make sure to bring a tent that is appropriate for the number of people you will be camping with. Also, make sure you have all the necessary poles, stakes, and guylines.
  2. Sleeping bag: Choose a sleeping bag that is appropriate for the expected temperatures during your camping trip. Make sure it’s warm enough to keep you comfortable at night.
  3. Sleeping pad: A sleeping pad will provide cushioning and insulation from the ground. Choose a pad that is comfortable and easy to pack.
  4. Camping stove: If you plan to cook your own meals, bring a camping stove along with a fuel source. Make sure to test your stove before you go to ensure that it’s working properly.
  5. Cookware and utensils: Bring pots, pans, plates, bowls, utensils, and other cooking essentials.
  6. Cooler: A cooler will help keep your food and drinks cold during your camping trip. Make sure to bring ice or frozen gel packs to keep things chilled.
  7. Water bottles: It’s important to stay hydrated while camping. Bring refillable water bottles to reduce waste and save money.
  8. Headlamp or flashlight: You’ll need a light source for navigating your campsite at night.
  9. First-aid kit: Accidents can happen, so make sure you bring a first-aid kit with essential items such as bandages, antiseptic, pain relievers and blister patches.
  10. Insect repellent: Keep bugs at bay with insect repellent spray or lotion.
  11. Sunscreen: Protect your skin from the sun with sunscreen lotion.
  12. Clothing: Pack appropriate clothing for the expected weather conditions. Consider bringing layers for warmth, rain gear, and sturdy shoes or boots for hiking.
  13. Maps and guidebooks: Make sure to bring maps and guidebooks of the area you’ll be camping in.
  14. Camping chairs: Bring chairs or a portable seating option to relax and enjoy the outdoors.
  15. Entertainment: Bring games, books, or other forms of entertainment to pass the time when you’re not hiking or exploring.
  16. Headlamps:  Headlamps are great for handsfree working during the night
  17. Garbage Bags:  Don’t forget these so you can dispose of your refuse.

Remember to tailor this list based on your specific needs and the type of camping trip you’ll be taking. Happy camping! stay up to date on our facebook page