Do Not Go Camping Without These 9 Things
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Do Not Go Camping Without These 9 Things

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Camping is great. And the best part is since you drive to a campground you can bring all the gear you want or need. What ​9 items of camping gear would you put on your must-have camping gear checklist? It's fun to imagine all the possibilities of the camping gear you can take with you. You definitely want to be comfortable in the great outdoors so do not be shy when coming up with your dream list of essential camping gear.Based on over 2000 survey results, here are what fellow campers consider essential camping gear: food, sleeping bag, tent, water, first aid kit, flashlight, knife, clothes, lantern, and stove. Do not go camping without these things, or else you may never want to go camping again.

Not likely, but just in case.Tent

When you go camping the ever important camping tent is your shelter from the weather and the elements. Whether it is snowing, raining, sunny, windy, buggy, or perfect weather, you will want a camping tent to sleep comfortably and sales at night.Camping tents come in many shapes, sizes, and styles, so be sure to shop around to find one that suits your needs.

Sleeping Bag

You will sleep better outdoors if you have a warm and cozy sleeping bag, guaranteed. To make a bed at the campground, you will need a sleeping bag. Sleeping bags come in various shapes and use different materials for insulation. The type of camping you do will determine what type sleeping bag you will need to buy.Do not be shy and get one for every weather and every climate so you are always prepared and ready to go camping anywhere at anytime.

Water

Of course, you already know this but, we need water for everything, but most importantly we need it to live. So be sure to have plenty of drinking water available and extra water for things like washing dishes, doing laundry and taking showers.At least wash your stinky camping feet if you are not planning on showering at the campground. If you're getting water from a campground source like a spigot or the river, you may need to sterilize it first. Boiling works, but you may prefer to also use a portable water filter. Or a pump or a gravity filter works well too.

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