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Things to Take Camping

Here's the list I use when I'm planning a camping trip. You can clone it and use it to plan your own trip.

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Marc Harrison
1st September 2017 in travel
Item
Item
Category
Packed
Owned
Image
Notes
  • Equipment and Gear

  • 1
    Tent
  • 2
    Tent stakes
  • 23
    Batteries for electronics and cameras
  • 24
    Mobile phone
  • 25
    Lantern
  • 26
    Matches/lighter
  • 27
    Rainfly to cover your tent
  • 28
    Rope
  • 29
    Sleeping mat
  • 30
    Sleeping bag
  • 31
    Stove and fuel
  • 61
    Battery powered radio
  • 62
    Compass
  • Food and Cooking Tools

  • 32
    Aluminum foil
  • 33
    Cooking/eating utensils
  • 34
    Cookset and dishes
  • 35
    Drinking cups
  • 36
    Food
  • 37
    Plastic garbage bags
  • 38
    Pot scrubber and dish towel
  • 39
    Resealable plastic bags
  • 40
    Reusable water bottles
  • 41
    Water filter/purifier
  • 42
    Water-purification tablets
  • Clothing

  • 9
    Fleece jacket or wool sweater
  • 10
    Fleece or wool gloves or mittens
  • 11
    Fleece or wool vest
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