Nature is unpredictable, and you never know when you’ll be in a bind until you’re in it. Here is a list of stuff to bring with you when you go camping.
Don’t undervalue Mother Nature
Even if you’ve checked the weather and there aren’t any clouds in the sky, you should always be prepared for rain.
- A windproof jacket
- A plastic bag for storing extra socks
- Shoes that are dependable and can handle tough situations
Most campgrounds have electricity, however a power outage can happen at any time. You’ll need:
- A torch or a headlamp with an LED
- Batteries in reserve
- To start a fire, you’ll need matches or a lighter.
Stick to the bread crumbs
Even the most experienced campers become disoriented from time to time. Make sure you’re prepared if you leave the campsite to explore. You’ll need:
- Water to keep hydrated
- In case your phone dies, you’ll have a map.
- To keep your energy levels up, eat dried fruit or protein bars.
- Basic first aid supplies include disinfectant, bandages, and a burnshield.
Stop the leak now
Holes in a tent are like a neon welcome sign for unwelcome creatures and water. Repairing a minor hole is a straightforward task. If you don’t have a tent repair kit, make sure you have the following items:
- A pocket knife or multifunctional tool
- Duct tape