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What Do We Need for Camping

What Do We Need for Camping

Wondering what to pack for your next camping trip? Fear not because ThrillSpire has just the answer for you. Read the following article and find an in-depth printable checklist to guide through the entire process.
ThrillSpire Staff
Last Updated: Dec 09, 2017
Preparing for camping can be a tedious, yet crucial task because you don't want to be sitting at the camping site wondering what you forgot. So whenever you begin making the checklist, first check how many people there are for the trip. This way, you can easily understand how many of each items you'll be needing to pack. Work your way down the camping supply list we have provided below on things you require for a fun camping trip and end your worries.

Checklist for Camping

All the camping gear along with food, drinks, and first aid, everything has to be taken care of. You can't just take off, go on an impromptu camping trip, and expect it to be awesome (though sometimes it could be). But, we don't want to take a chance and mess up this wonderful time off work, school, and responsibilities. So for your unforgettable trip, pick the items given on the list below, and plan accordingly.

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Equipment for Campsite Carry On Food Items
Tent(s), poles, tent stakes and tie-downs Bran muffins and bread
Small shovel, hammer and scissors Potato chips
Plastic ground tarp (under the tent) PBJ sandwiches
Plastic tarp for over the tent Pasta and canned sauce
Mat for tent entrance Canned beans
Air mattress with pump Ketchup, steak sauce and mustard
Sleeping mats and sleeping bags Bottled water
Blankets and pillows Tea and coffee
Dust pan/brush Boxed pancake mix
Lantern, lantern fuel and funnel Canned sauce and salsa
Flashlight with batteries Oatmeal and granola bars
Portable shower Apples and pears
Trash bags, clothes pins and rope Pop-Tarts and Twinkies
Camping knife and army knife  
Whistle Clothes and Personal Items
Fishing gear Socks (extra) and hiking shoes
   Jeans, shorts and t-shirts (pack extra)
Cooking Requirements Hat and bandana
Large water bottle and bucket Sweatshirt and underwear
Cooler, ice and thermos First Aid kit
Camping food Pajamas (take extra)
Waterproof matches, charcoal/firewood and fire starters Rain gear: water-repellent jacket and umbrella
Tin can stove or box oven and BBQ grill, cooking oil Swimsuit and towel
Stove with fuel (propane heaters) Laundry bag, towel and washcloth
Tablecloth, plates and bowls, plastic silverware Flip flops, deodorant, soap and shampoo
Measuring cups and plastic cups Toothbrush and toothpaste
Heavy-duty aluminum foil Brush, razor, sunscreen, chapstick and medicines
Paper towels and hand soap Feminine products and toilet paper (pack extra)
Containers to store food Shower bags
Oven mitts, pots and frying pans with lids Insect repellent, sunglasses and wet wipes
Dish-washing soap for pots and pans  
Spatula, tongs, knives, peeler and spoons Items for Entertainment
Skewers, grill forks and can opener Frisbee, volleyball, soccer ball
Folding table and beach chairs Digital camera or camcorder
Cutting board, dish pan, pie irons Binoculars
Dish rags and scrub pad Books, playing cards and board games
Seasonings, coffee, sugar and condiments Guitar
Ziploc bags   
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Although these were the essentials to take while camping, we didn't even discuss on what should be left out. Most of the time, any camp site is quiet, serene place where you can be one with nature. Which is why, taking a loud radio, firearms, fireworks, and any valuables is not permitted. So make sure you take absolute care of omitting these items from your list.

Well, these were all your camping essentials. We've got your checklist on camping food, clothing, camping equipment, and entertainment requirements. I hope we got everything covered for your camping trip. Have a great time at camp, and please, do make sure to keep the environment clean.