What to Bring On Your Next Camping Trip

What to Bring On Your Next Camping Trip

Spring is here which means camping season is right around the corner! Start your outdoor preparations early with this camping checklist. Downloadable PDF provided at the bottom.

Food

Coffee
Cereal/Breakfast bars/Oatmeal
Batter mix
Syrup
Butter
Jelly/Jam
Bread/Bagels
Meat
Prepare or freeze-dried meals
Cooking oil
Salt/Pepper
Tea
Milk
Drink mixes
Bottled/Canned beverages (beer)
Trail Mix
Fruit
Veggies
Cheese
Crackers
S'mores (Marshmallow, chocolate, graham crackers)
Herbs & spicesPVO Campfire

Personal Items

Toilet paper
Sunscreen
Lip balm
Insect repellent
Hand sanitizer
Alcohol/Antiseptic wipes
Eyeglasses/Contacts
First-aid kit
Medications
Toothbrush/Toiletries
Biodegradable soap 
Shower water bag

Camping Fun

Playing cards
Geocaching materials
Glow sticks
Frisbee
Puzzles
Board games
Water toys
Football
Soccer ballPVO Campsite

The Campsite

Tent
Tarp
Sunshade 
Sleeping bags
Sleeping pad/Air mattress
Air pump
Pillows
Multi-tool
Folding hairs
Folding table
Cots
Mallet (for stakes)
Headlamp
Flashlights
Lanterns
Water purifiers

Attire

Moisture-wicking shirts
Quick-drying pants/shorts
Long-sleeve shirts 
Swimsuit
Boots
Socks (synthetic or wool)
Sleepwear
Rain gear
Water sandals

PVO Campfire Beach

Kitchen

Propane stove
Windscreen
Fuel
Matches/Lighter
Saw/Axe (most places don't allow outside firewood)
Grill rack
Pots and pans
Dutch oven
Bottle opener
Can opener
Marshmallow sticks (if scavenging for one isn't your style)
Food containers
Plastic bags
Trash bags
Tablecloth
Coolers
Ice
Water bottles
Paper plates 
Utensils
Spatula
Whisk
Aluminum foil
Paper towels
Sponge/Pot scrubber

Camping Checklist (PDF)

Don't forget your Pine Valley Outfitters' Double Hammock on your next camping trip!


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