List of Essential Camping Equipment

Camping veterans knew camping convenience is equal to great camping experience. Most of them learned this unspoken rule through forgettable experiences, which is why essential equipment and good planning are necessary. A well prepared camper is better-off in the woods, which is short of saying that camping in pop-up campers or truck campers are better than coming-in less prepared. Here are some of the reasons why? When camping in tent you need to consider bringing;1. Camping furniture – camping chairs or stools, folding tables, stove racks, camp kitchen, portable wash stations, roll-a-cot or air mattress, sleeping bags, hammocks, camping umbrella.2. Privacy tents – A portable private place that you can use as change room, shower room or an outhouse.3. Camping toilet – Portable toilet and waste carrier.4. Water containers – potable water storage.5. Camping apparel – Backpacks, trek/hiking shoes, boots, cool weather shirts, jackets for all weather conditions, rain coats, toe socks, gloves. Head covers.6. Camping gadgets a) Survival kits – Which include a heavy-duty fire starter (match, lighter, flints) compass or GPS, LED and common flashlights or head lamps, saw, folding shovel, Swiss army-knives and a standard rope.b) LPG tanksc) Lights-lanterns and lamps.d) Bug zappers and toilet bowl deodorizers.e) Camp fire grill- Nature parks around the country are very careful when it comes to camp fires, camp fire grills that meet the standard specifications are safe and comfortable to use.f) Water purifier or filter.g) Don’t forget your favorite coffee-maker. You might experience sudden cravings for coffee especially in the misty-cold mornings.h) Cooking gadgets- Portable oven, camping grill, kettle, pans, meal kits (spoons and plates) and cookers.i) Wash basins or wash stations-To clean up after meals mess.j) Food containers- To keep food safe from insect and contaminations.k) Camping fridge or freezer and coolers.l) Portable heater and air conditioning system.m) Alternative power source devices- Energy savers like solar and wind camping power stations are very handy.7. First-aid kits- required medical first-aid kits are easily available but a medical kit video or a medical first aid book can also be very useful.8. Cargo carriers or cargo trailers- to carry everything you need. Including your inflatable kayak and paddle if you need to.9. Camping tents-There are different types of camping tents to choose from. Find a nice place to set them up without blocking someone else view to the beautiful scenery. While for used pop-up campers or used truck campers;Now imagine camping in your pop-up campers for sale. You need to strike number 1 off the list except for the hammocks perhaps. You also won’t be needing numbers 2, 3 and 4 completely. Pop-up campers and truck campers for sale are have pre-installed essential camping equipment like shower rooms, private toilets, portable, gray, and black water tanks, all you need to do is run a thorough check before starting out. You will only need to bring camping gadgets listed on #6 from letters A to G, but some of them are optional and they are cheaper than those listed in letters I-M, which again pop-up campers and most truck campers for sale have as standard features. List #7 is necessary. The point here is; it is simply too complicated to enjoy camping when there are plenty of things that demands your proper attention. We haven’t even discussed how to plan your vacation like, where’s the best place to go, how much time do you need for the entire trip? Study the park’s lay-out and campgrounds. Yet when you put all these into consideration plus the time that you needed to load your gears, set your tents up for the night, replace them in the morning, and time in-between to set-up the other camping equipment, that leaves you little time to enjoy the adventure, right? Plus imagine the cost of your total purchases for something that you don’t normally use. When you put everything into perspective, used pop-up campers or even used truck campers are actually way cheaper than camping in tents.