Using a Camping Packing List
will prevent that "Oh, I forgot!"
Do you really need to use a camping packing list? Creating or using a simple list for camping is worth the time and effort. One of our greatest family camping tips is to make sure you don't forget any of your camping necessitites and this can always be done by creating or using a simple camping equipment checklist, a camping food list or a backpacking gear list if you're heading out on an overnight hiking trip.
A first aid kit list should be part of your tent camping checklist especially if you're heading out into the wilderness and won't have easy access to a medical care facility.
Using a camping trip checklist or a hiking gear checklist is essential to the overall enjoyment of your time away from home. One forgotten item can really make a big difference.
Of course each family's needs will vary depending on what type of activities you are going to be enjoying, the length of your trip, the number of people, where you are going etc.
Click on the links below to go to individual checklists that you might find very handy. Print them out if you wish and remember that these are guidelines. YOu may need to bring more or less depending on your needs.
If you do forget something (and everyone does from time to time) don't stress too much. You can either improvise something to work in its place, pick something up nearby or ask a fellow camper.
When we're heading out on a backpacking trip we always create a backpacking gear list and lay out all our gear on the living room floor into organized piles to make sure we don't forget anything crucial. Every ounce counts when backpacking and creating a hiking gear checklist will make sure you pack what you need and think twice about what you don't need.
Shelter and Bedding Checklist
First Aid Advice for Burns
First Aid Advice for Cuts
Bee Sting First Aid Advice
Backpacking First Aid Kit
Camping Cooking Supplies
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