A camping trip is very different from a simple vacation. Flying is usually not an option and if you are planning it for the first, there is so much you need to know before going on the trip. Camping list
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Depending upon who you plan your trip with and how much experience you have. Whether to take a tent or an RV? Whether to take a posh cabin or a rough one? Well, if you are first timers, pick a good cabin and check its availability online beforehand. Search about all the facilities and resources available in and around and then only book it. If you have small kids, this is again a good option.
If you want to keep it rough and get the full feel, start off by a dingy or lower standard cabin so that you can feel your surroundings better or get an RV. Choose the location of the RV as per your resource requirement such as too dense surrounding, lakeside, etc. if it’s a two peoples’ short trip and you want it to be cozy, tents will do that for you.
What To Do
Before leaving for the camping trip, decide your goals – what are your plans for this trip? Is it a weekend getaway or an adventure tour or just a family outing? Once you answer this you will know what exactly to look for. If it’s a retreat or a family time trip, you can look for a place where the area is safe and scenic and the environment is relaxed with lesser bugs to bug you. If you want to have an adventure, pick forests or lakeside for fishing and fetching. If you want an isolated trip alone, get your tent and get moving! There is no shortage of activities to do on a camping trip, just make sure you have a clear plan based on what interests you.
Amenities/What To Pack
There will be simply too much you might need or maybe too less (if it is a posh cabin or something!) but here are some extremely vital yet forgettable items you need to keep in mind before a camping trip.
- Board games.
- Garbage bags
- Toothbrushes, toothpaste
- Sleeping bags and blankets
- A lot of water, paper towels, napkins, soap and a tub (in case you will wash dishes)
- Picnic table, roasting sticks, candles, plastic tablecloth
- First aid kit, warm clothes, bug spray, waterproof matches
- Extra sheets
- Enough food that lasts long
- Baby wipes in case you take your kids
- Extra flashlights
Do not forget to check out Where Have You Been Camping If Not Here? – U.S. Edition! Also, if you need help in finding a travel agent that fits you, check this out Searching For The Perfect Travel Agent? Here’s What You Need To Know!