Hello, my name is Lucy Gomez from Getting Camping Wild. I’m very expertise at wild and car camping.
I would like to say thank you to Family Tent Center!
That’s very kind of them when they asked me to contribute a very exciting topic about car camping. I can’t say “NO” at all.
So, I will try my best on a complete car camping checklist.
If you have any question, feel free to comment below or shot me an email to [email protected].
Back country hiking is a great way to get in touch with nature as well as see the wild side of the world, but it might not be possible with kids in tow.
If you love camping but have a family to take care of, you may consider car camping.
Car camping is a good way to introduce spouses and kids to the joy of camping, especially when preparing for the first adventure.
Whether you’re camping with kids or friends, you can use this detailed checklist to ensure the camping trip is fun and a successful one.
Also, make sure to bring with you enough items that can keep you and your family for the days you will be camping.
Sometimes the nights might be cold so make sure to bring appropriate clothing. You can check the clothing and footwear list below:
There’s nothing more enjoying than a home-cooked meal over the roaring fire. Make sure to pack these essentials in your car so that you can enjoy true campground cooking. Below you can find some of the must-have items you should bring on the camping trip.
To make sure that you buy and bring right cooler, you can comment below or send me an email. I will answer as soon as I can.
When it comes to food items, plan the meals basing on the number of days you will be camping and then aim for either one or two pot meals such as pancakes and stews in a day.
Make sure to pack enough snacks and fruits to starve off hunger between the meals. Some of the food items you are supposed to pack include:
The best thing about car camping is, you can bring with you a few home comforts. Some modern campgrounds do have heated bathrooms plus electricity. Below you will find a few of the comfort as well as personal hygiene items that you should bring along with your car.
No one would wish to get hurt while camping, but it’s important to be always prepared. For safety measures, here are some of the most important safety items you should not forget in your car camping checklist:
Car camping is one of the most exhilarating experience you should not afford to miss.
It is full of fun especially if you decide to go along with your family because you will enjoy nature and get a chance to introduce your children to the wonders of the world.
Moreover, you will have the comfort as well as the security of a campground plus help from other campers any time you need it.
If it is your first time to take your family for a car camping, make sure you pack properly as well bring along everything we have mentioned above and I guarantee you will create a new family culture with your first camping trip.
From Lucy Gomez – Get Wild Camping