Every camper is different. We stock a variety kit to accommodate all levels of campers. This camping checklist covers both the mandatory and optional items you should have before you head out on your next camping trip. To avoid forgetting something important, you can always create your own checklist prior to any trip. Preparation and preparation are key!
The essential leisure & outdoor camping products, the essentials that you should have for any camping trip.
First, a Tent! They come in many sizes. One rule of thumb: Choose a tent with at least 1 to 2 people.
Tent Pegs- You will be given some along with your tent. Be sure to remember to take them!
Campers will love sleeping bags. Even in summer, it is quite cold at night.
Each person needs a Sleeping Mat or Air Bed. You can start with an airbed because they are affordable and comfy.
Pillows are easy for people to forget about, but they can make a world of difference to their sleep. Your pillows can be brought with you when camping by vehicle.
Camping Stove – To cook your meals. Be sure to use the correct type fuel.
Cooking Pans & Utensils
Water Carrier / Jerry Can – so you don’t always have to visit the site tap when you need water.
Camping Chairs – The best way you can relax in the sunlight is to use a comfortable folding lounger.
Torch (or Lantern) for lighting the tent at night and for taking you to the loo. Extra batteries are required! ).
Bin Bags: To keep your tent clean, tidy, and neat.
A little something extra to make your stay more relaxed and comfortable.
Tent Footprint protects the underside and sides of your tent. It is placed between the ground and the tent.
Tent Porch. Many tents are equipped with a separate porch. Extra space can be added by adding a pergola or tarp to your tent.
Tent Carpets – To provide extra warmth, comfort and protection (and to absorb any spills). ).
Camping Table – Great for dinnertimes and late night card games.
Electric Hookup – You will need an electric mains kit to connect your pitch to electricity.
Camping Toilet – Great for when you don’t want your tent to go out at night. Particularly useful for younger campers who might struggle to reach the toilet block at their campsite.
Cupboards or Storage – Keep your tent tidy with these storage and cupboard ideas
A Windbreak is a windbreak that provides privacy and shelter.
Tools & Repair
It is important to have useful items in your camper. These items shouldn’t be forgotten
Mallet is used to place the pegs on stony ground.
Duct Tape- An indispensable tool for making quick repairs.
Tent Repair Kit
Brush – To remove debris from your tent and clean out the tent’s bottom before packing away.
Penknife — especially if you have pliers
Extra guyline / string – For binding, adding more guylines during bad weather, or to serve as a laundry line.
You may also need additional items for your camp kitchen beyond the basic necessities.
Gas for your stove, charcoal for your barbecue. Although you may be able to purchase it on-site from a shop, it is always best to buy your own.
Cleaning Equipment: Sponges, sponges, and scrubbers are very practical.
Tableware (Plates, bowls etc)
Matches / Lighter
Wet Wipes or Cloths – For quick and easy cleaning
Health and Safety
Personal medication (plus extras just for case)
A travel First Aid Kit can be a great idea.
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