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From beginners to veterans – a checklist can make the difference between a camping trip that is as fun as you hoped, or one you suffer through.\n\nChecklists can be especially helpful to new campers because not only will they help organize your gear, they may also suggest camping items you might not have thought of. From the “Master” camping gear checklist for the trip organizer, to a personal gear list the kids can do – these free printer-friendly supplies and equipment printouts will help ensure nothing gets forgotten.\n\nRead More : https://hikingcampingguide.com

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COLEMAN TENT

CAMPING CHECKLIST

THIS CHECKLIST

WILL GIVE YOU IDEA FOR EQUIPMENT

HikingCampingGuide.com


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Print this one out, make your own additions, and maybe you can avoid that, "Oh, no, I forgot..." scenario.

Checklists are a good habit to get into when you prepare for an outing. This camping checklist will give you a good idea of the kind of equipment and items you should bring along to make the most of your camping trip. While not all of the items on this camping checklist are necessary, they could well come in handy once you have actually embarked

on your camping trip.

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Camp cooking
CAMP COOKING

# Portable Grill and Cook Stove

# Plenty of fuel

# Grill Gloves

# Griddle

# Cookware

# Skewers

# Skillet

# Pot Holders


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CAMP COOKING

# Cooking & Eating Utensils

# Corkscrew

# Knife for Food Prep

# Plates, Cups, and Bowl

# Plenty of

Food

# Can Opener

# Tavles &

Chairs


Camp cooking2
CAMP COOKING

# Coolers with Plenty Ice or Ice Substitutes

# Paper Products and Trash Bags

# Foil for Lining Cookware and Wrapping Food


Sleeping and comfort
SLEEPING AND COMFORT

# Air Bed, Camping beds, Cot or Camp Pad

# Sleeping Bags

# Tent Fans and Tent Light


Camping gear
CAMPING GEAR

# Lantern with Extra Fuel or Extra Batteries

# Compass, Maps and Portable GPS


Camping gear1
CAMPING GEAR

# Tent, Poles and Stakes

# Extra Lantern Mantles

# Waterproof Matches

# Flashlights or Headlamps with Extra Batteries

# Ground Cover or Tarp

# Multipurpose Knife or Multi Tool

# Camp Saw

# Rope, Bungee Cords, 550 Parachute Cord or Wire


Personal care
PERSONAL CARE

# First Aid Kit

# Camp Towels

# Biodegradable Soap

# Citronella Candles and

Insect Repellent

# Layered Clothing

# Rain Gear

# Toiletries

# Toilet Paper


You ll be glad you brought eating food prep
YOU'LL BE GLAD YOU BROUGHT...EATING/FOOD PREP

# Coffee

# Coffee Pot

# All-in-One Portable Sink

# Plastic Zipper Bags

# Pot Scrubbers # Salt

and Pepper

# Plastic Wrap

# Tin foil


Sleeping and comfort1
SLEEPING AND COMFORT

# Tool Kit: Hand Axe, Rubber

Tent-Peg Mallet and

Tent Stake PullertPan

# Tent Repair Kit

# Extra Tent Stakes

# Pillows

# Whisk Broom and Dust Pan


Camping gear2
CAMPING GEAR

# Fire Starting Kit: Butane Lighter, Cotton Balls, Strike-A-Fire or Trioxane Tablets, Fire Starter and Waterproof Matches

# Firewood for Camp Fires

# Fuel Funnel (if using a liquid fuel lantern or stove)

# Lantern Carry Case # Lantern Stand # Long-Nosed Butane Lighter


Personal
PERSONAL

# Digital Camera with Extra

Batteries

# Clothesline

# Cards and Games

# Flare, Signaling Mirror and

Survival Whistle

# Pad of Paper, Pencil or Pen

# Radio with Weather Band

# Sunglasses

# Sunscreen


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