Your Outdoor Camping Checklist

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Camping Checklist: What You Need

Every great camping trip needs a little preparation, from deciding where you are going to go camping to deciding what you are going to need for your trip.

Not planning correctly or forgetting needed items such as your camping tent can mean the difference between a wonderful camping adventure or a complete disaster. To help make sure that your next family camping vacation goes smoothly I put together this convenient camping checklist.

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Camping Checklist

Tent
Ground Cloth or Tarp
Tent Stakes
Hammer or Axe
Rope
Shade Screen/Tarp with stakes, poles, ect.
Tent Lantern
Brush and Dust Pan
Pillows
Sleeping Bags
Air Mattresses, Cots or Sleeping Pads
Repair Kit for Air Mattresses
Air Pump for Air Mattress
Large Water Storage Container and Water Bucket
Cooking Pots and Pans
Matches and/or Lighter
Ice Chest
Large Plastic Containers
Campfire Grill
Wood for Fire, Camp Stove or BBQ Grill
Fire Starting Material
Dishware – Plates, Cups, Bowls,Storage Containers, Mixing Bowls
Eating Utensils – Spoons, Knives, Forks, ect.
Cooking Utensils – Measuring Cups/Spoons, Can Opener, Tongs, Skewers, Potato Peeler, Spatula, Ladle, Knives,
Pot Holders
Cutting Board
Aluminum Foil, Plastic Wrap
Paper Towels
Zip Lock Bags
Trash Bags
Scrub Pads
Dish Towels or Hand Towels
Dish Soap
Water
Ice
Drinks
Spices
Onions
Marinades
BBQ Sauce
Mustard
Ketchup
Salad Dressings
Mayonnaise
Butter
Cooking Oil
Gravy Mixes
Peanut Butter and Jelly
Lunch Meats
Bacon/Sausage
Hot Dogs
Hamburger
Marshmallows
Graham Crackers
Chocolate Bars
Potatoes
Eggs
Buns and Bread
Water Shoes
Hiking Boots
Extra Shoes
Pants, Shorts and lounge or pajama pants
T-Shirts and Long Shirts
Light Jacket, Hoodie or Sweatshirt
Cold Weather Jacket
Underwear and Socks
Swim Suit and Towel
Hat or Sun Visor
Extra Shoelaces
Belt
Rain Gear
Dirty Clothes Bag
Towels and Wash Clothes
Tooth Brush and Tooth Paste
Comb or Brush
Deodorant
Feminine Products
Toilet Paper
Sunglasses
Flashlight
Bug Spray
Aspirin, Ibuprofen
Chap Stick
First Aid Kit
Camping shower and Shower Pump
Shower bag or 5 gallon bucket
Water Filtration System
Razors
Folding Tables
Camping Chairs
Lanterns
Maps
Whistle
Compass or a GPS Unit
Saw or Axe and a Shovel
Bungee Cords
Flares
Duct Tape
Pocket Knife
Candles
Fire Extinguisher
Books or Magazines
Water Toys
Horseshoes, Frisbee and Other Games
Camera
Radio
Hammock
Binoculars
Notepad and Pen/Pencil

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Camping Checklist Must Do

You should always tell someone where you are going, the route your are taking to get there and when you will be back. This will help ensure that if anything were to go wrong, folks would know where to start looking for you.

You should also keep a list of emergency contact numbers, your personal emergency contacts as well as numbers for emergency services for the area you will be camping.

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