Your 2021 Camping Essentials Checklist


It’s 2021; the past two years have seen us all having put the brakes a little on our grand globetrotting plans. Thankfully the future is looking a bit brighter, and we slowly see restrictions to travel being lifted. But let’s not thank our lucky stars too soon, things aren’t completely back to normal just yet, and it’s important to keep being vigilant and safe, so perhaps don’t book those interrailing tickets just yet. 

However, there are still ways we can escape the monotony of day to day life and enjoy the wonders of the great doors. This summer, if it’s your first time or you’ve been going for years, consider swapping out expensive flights and suitcases for long hikes and big rucksacks. This year, why not try camping. It’s a great opportunity to get in touch with nature and with your friends and family and just a great way to get out. If you’re thinking of taking a trip to one of the many great camping sites around the world this summer, here is a list of essentials to bring with you, so you have access to all of life’s luxuries and do camping right.

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Tent

If you’re thinking of camping out in the woods, while the thought of sleeping under the stars is a romantic one if you want to be protected from all of nature’s extremities, a tent is your first port of call. They come in all shapes and sizes, so pick the right tent for the number of people staying inside and a high-quality one so that it doesn’t get destroyed on the first night. Don’t forget tent pegs, or you may find yourself blown away!

Sleeping Bags

It can get very chilly at night so make sure you at least bring sleeping bags for everyone just in case. You can never be too careful. Blankets and duvets also work, but they can take up a lot of space, especially if you’re planning on taking your camp on the trail.

Sleeping Mat/Air Bed

Sometimes a sleeping bag is comfortable enough, but since the ground can get pretty uncomfortable, what with brambles and sticks and crunchy leaves, after a few nights, you may wish you had brought something a little comfier. Sleeping mats are easy to get and affordable.

Stove

You’re going to want to eat while you’re there. You certainly don’t want to starve. Of course, you can eat your food cold, but if you want to enjoy your meals, consider bringing a stove along with you. A portable barbeque is also a great idea if you fancy cooking in style!

Cooking Utensils

It goes without saying, really. Only bring the essentials you don’t want your stuff cluttering up the car, but whatever you may need day-to-day in the kitchen, bring along with you. Don’t forget cutlery either, or you’ll be eating with your hands.

Water Carrier

Again another no-brainer. A water carrier is a very easy and convenient way to have constant access to water, so you don’t have to keep running back and forth to a nearby site tap. 

Road Shower

Not something you’d often think of, but a necessity if you want to stay clean and presentable while you’re there. It’s bound to get hot and sweaty, especially if you jam-pack your day with outdoorsy activities; you’re going to want to find a way of washing yourself. For the Best Road Shower, check out the link provided. 

First Aid Kit

Health and safety is priority number one. You’re going to be out in the wilderness, with very little in the way of medical help on hand. You’re going to need a way to respond to any medical emergency that may befall you and your loved ones.

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