Whether you are a beginner or an avid camper , for your stay to be successful, you have to plan it well. Here’s a camping checklist of essentials to remember and other little things to think about.
Obviously, you don’t necessarily need everything on this list. Depending on where you will be camping , you may adapt this list accordingly. In addition, if you are going with a group of friends or with your family, each person can be responsible for bringing a few essential items so that you can have a great stay. When camping, you have to have everything… but at the same time, you have to know how to set off light
Cooler and ice packs
Wax paper (with beeswax, to replace Saranwrap paper)
Old expired credit card that will help you scrape the cauldron funds. To try this thing is to adopt it!
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As mentioned above, you will need a good portable stove, stove or BBQ.
There are various types of stoves and if you are wild camping you might want a small gas, methyl alcohol, naphtha or kerosene etc. stove. However, if you are going by car and intend to stay in the same place for a few days, perhaps it is better to opt for the small Coleman style camping stove.
If you want to bring a stove rather than a portable BBQ, opt for a model with a grill and a grill: it will allow you to both boil water and cook your grilled meats.
This portable pantry can be a plastic bin or a cupboard in a Westfalia, trailer or tent trailer.
But, you should know that you don’t have to bring any special equipment to transport your dry and non-perishable food. It’s up to you how you prefer to be organized.
The Importance of Menu Planning
If you have in mind that eating while camping is all about sausages on the fire, sandwiches or mac and cheese, think again. If you are well equipped, you can eat as well as at home!
When camping, it can be handy to plan your menu lightly for your entire stay.
However, be careful, if you go to the United States: there are many foods that you cannot cross over the borders. To find out what you can and can’t bring (in English), see US Customs and Border Protection ..