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Can someone tell what are some of the things you need for camping?

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  • 1 decade ago
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    Shelter and Bedding (essentials)

    tent

    tarp

    sleeping bag

    sleeping pad

    headrest

    Shelter and Bedding (optionals)

    books

    cot

    comforter

    throw rug

    pillow

    Cooking and Dining (essentials)

    water

    food

    cooler

    camp stove

    mess kit

    can opener

    charcoal

    Cooking and Dining (extras)

    charcoal chimney

    smoker

    Dutch oven

    hot dog sticks

    pie irons

    folding chairs

    folding table

    table cloth

    butane lighter

    screen room

    chuck box

    Chuck Box Items

    salt and pepper

    herbs and spices

    cooking oil

    pot holders

    paper towels

    napkins

    plastic trash bags

    tongs and spatula

    aluminum foil

    measuring cups

    plastic silverware

    paper plates/bowls

    plastic cups

    zip lock bags

    knives

    cutting board

    cork screw

    First Aid Kit

    personal medication

    bandages

    aspirin, Tylenol

    medical tape

    sterile gauze

    elastic wrap

    antibiotic wipes

    antiseptic cream

    burn ointment

    sunburn lotion

    hydrogen peroxide

    scissors

    tweezers

    eye wash

    sanitary napkins

    snake bite kit

    Personal Hygiene

    tooth brush

    tooth paste

    wash rag(s)

    towel(s)

    soap

    comb/brush

    nail clippers

    razor

    toilet paper

    Cleaning Items

    broom

    dust pan

    whisk broom

    lawn rake

    dish pan

    detergent

    dish rags

    pot scrubber

    Clothes

    t-shirts

    shorts

    jeans/pants

    socks

    shoes/boots

    camp shoes

    hat/cap

    sweater

    rain poncho

    underwear

    swim suit

    laundry bag

    Miscellaneous Items

    binoculars

    bird guide

    bug spray

    bungi cords

    camera

    candles

    cards, games

    cell phone

    clothes pins

    compass

    duct tape

    fishing gear

    flashlight

    frisbee

    GPS

    kites

    knife

    lantern

    matches

    pen and paper

    rope

    shower bag

    sun block

    tools

    water filters

    whistle

    Source(s):

    http://camping.about.com/cs/advicetips/a...

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  • 4 years ago

    Let him know you're behind him. I don't know which boot camp he's at, but that's the hardest training any grown man will ever have to go through. The things that are probably best to send include modest pictures of you (everyone will see them), letters that encourage him to do his best, and cute little notes about what's going on in your life. Really let him know that you support him, I can't stress that enough. Always focus on the positive things that are going on in your life, don't give him all the bad news in your life (his stress is much higher). Good luck to you too, having a relationship with someone in the military is extremely difficult, and only a few actually come out together.

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  • 1 decade ago

    Start with WATER, a shovel, and hatchet . matches as well at Toilet Paper, Damn CAN OPENER. MUSTS

    Now think your way through the day .. begin at waking up and and stepping out of the tent, clean up yourself or change .. toothbrush, cup to hold water ... WATER JUB!! Towel, washclothe....... will you need a chair? Breakfast. Try the COOLER CHEST. Maybe fishing .. you have a pole? Try a licinse to use it .... Now mid morning, what will you be doing? Reading (book) relaxing, how, maybe play a game. Then Lunch.. what will you make? You have plenty of ICE? Then afternoon activities, perhaps going for a walk, or collecting firewood. You have something to haul it in? Maybe more games? Then Dinner .. about this time the bugs come out ..so SPRAY the tent with insect spray, Got that? What will you make? You have a GRILL,charcol, or wood? You have a bucket to wash dishes?

    Go on throught the day ..and write it down, imagine every step including the musturd on your hot dog. The Can opener for your beans ... step by step. I hope this helped. Have Fun!!

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  • 1 decade ago

    Depends if your going "car camping" (campground or site) or if your going "back country camping" (middle of the woods, no facilties). I do both and you'll need certain things if your doing the second. You can google it and make sure you don't miss anything. But I can tell you one thing...air mattresses get really cold at night, so use a mat, like a thermarest, if the temp will dip at night. Trust me, I learned the hard way...

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  • 1 decade ago

    If you're referring to Tent Camping, here's a good list:

    http://www.packinglistplace.com/campinglist

    If you're talking about RV Camping, then here's a list for that:

    http://www.packinglistplace.com/rvlist

    Either way, make sure you print the Printer Friendly Version, so you'll have checkboxes to check off each item, and blank spaces to write in extras you think of. Hope the lists help, and have a great trip! --Johnnie

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  • 1 decade ago

    I googled a good camping checklist years ago and found this. I have changed it to fit my own needs and those of my family. I don't take everything on this list, but it's a great place to start

    http://www.lovetheoutdoors.com/camping/Checklists....

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  • 1 decade ago

    Well a tent and some matches always come in handy. Some luxury items might include a pillow, a sleeping bag, some food, bug spray, and a good (but not necesarily nice) hat. Have fun!

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  • 1 decade ago

    water, toilet paper, bags with moist towel, matches, tent, sleeping bag, air mattress, cooler with anything you need cold in it, extra light, batteries, deet, food MRE's, or whatever is in a can ,,not parrishable, can opener, plates plastic utensils and cups, blanket , knife, hatchet, pans, some cookstove,good friends and a wild story at the campfire LOL

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  • 1 decade ago

    a tent, an air mattress, sleeping bag, pliiow

    flashlight, lantern

    wood, lighter or matches

    food, drinks, cooler, ice

    dishes, cups, coffee mug, pots and other cooking utensils

    clean up clothe, towels

    warm night clothes, hot weather clothes for day

    toys for kids if you have any

    marshmellows and chocolate and graham crackers to make smores...yum!!!!!

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  • 1 decade ago

    One of the most important things to take is "TOILET PAPER". You'll be sorry if you forget that.

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