Travel & Outdoors

Camping Checklists

0 Comments 29 May 2013

Let’s think that you have got some days off and you want to go away to some far place and want to do something adventurous and get rid of your daily routine. So mate, it’s time to take matters in your own hands and yes you are right, pack up and set off for Camping and let the adrenaline rush to flow out. Check your local listings and choose a suitable location for Camping. However, the point is you have decided the place where you would go for camping and got stuffs that you would take along yourself for camping without taking into consideration the unpredictable situations that might appear before you. There seems to be something missing from your end; camping for sure is thrilling and spellbinding experience but it is better to be safe rather than being sorry. Let us watch for the checklist that you should consider before setting off for camping.

You got to take up a tent along with you, check out for tent’s size keeping in mind the number of persons coming along with you for camping. Sleeping bags are not a viable option because they have proven to be uncomfortable.

A big backpack is always important during camping and ensures that it is spacious enough to accommodate all your required belongings. Try to stuff required things into the backpack as your trendy locket would not be helpful for lightning fire.

Carry a waterproof jacket alongside as you cannot predict the mood of the nature. Jackets of this sort are light to carry and do not consume much space in your backpack.

Resistant boots are a must if you have picked mountainous area as your camping site. It helps you to climb the mountains without spraying your ankle or slipping in mud.

A GPS system is recommended gadget for camping as it make sure that you do not get swayed from your chosen path and does not get lost. A pocket knife and box of matches have been recommended by expert campers so make sure to carry the same (Source:

Try not to explore areas that are too far away from civilization as you might land yourself into trouble by doing so.

Have a safe camping, Cheers!

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Abe is a former carpenter who worked all his life in the lovely city of Lukeville, Arizona. He instigated this blog after settling for retirement in Florida to keep himself engaged and inform the younger generations of insights he gained throughout life.

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