You know what it’s like,you finally get your campsite set up just before dark when you find that you left behind the cutlery,the folding chairs and all the torch batteries.There is always something that we forget,it’s only human,but no one like to have their trip ruined by silly mistakes. If only you had made a “what to bring camping checklist”.
We are careful plan our camping holidays every time,but to no avail,there’s nearly always something missing which we realize only once we have arrived.The little things don’t worry us because we can shop for those in the morning,but what if you forgot the paperwork for your campsite booking and the manager wont let you stay without it?
Or if that great new barbecue you bought for this trip doesn’t have it’s gas bottle because you left it in the garage at home.And where are those new tent pegs?
While most forgotten items can be a minor annoyance,forgetting something major can turn into a catastrophe.This could mean the kids holiday is cut short or very uncomfortable,which you don’t want to be responsible for.
So you need a what to bring camping checklist in your pocket to avoid any possible pain for your family.
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This checklist is for an extended family camping trip so it is quite comprehensive.I created it in a Word doc so you can delete things that you would never take on a trip,or add items for your specific needs.Then you can print it and check off each item on the list as you pack it.
This checklist is for backpacking trips where you must take the minimum amount of gear possible,but still be prepared for anything.This needs to be compact,light and reliable for those back country trips we all love.