6 Reasons to Go Camping

6 Reasons to Go Camping .You are off on your first camping adventure, and you hope you’ll finally get a chance to lay out in the wilderness at some point – but you are aware of the downsides. Now is the time you realize you may never again experience the thrill, the freedom and the simplicity of camping. So what can you do to prevent the stress that goes with camping from ruining your first great outdoor adventure?

1. Preparation

To make your camping experience more successful, you need to be prepared for things you may face or see on your trip. The things listed below will give you a better idea of what you need to go camping in the future.

2. Equipment

You will need a good, sturdy tent, sleeping bag and backpack. These items will let you have a good trip and be a good parent to your children.

3. Nature Packages

A nature pack is a small first aid kit that can include aspirin, bandages, gauze, pads, insect repellant and other items depending on the weather.

4. Cooking Packages

A cooking pack is a package that can cook food for your camping trip. The food you cook can be just basic meals, but don’t overlook snacks and drinks. You will need a good cooler to keep your drinking water and cold snacks.

5. Sleeping Packs

Sleeping bags are very important to campers. Sleeping bags are available in different sizes. If you have a specific place that gets a lot of snow, you may need a double sleeping bag to keep you warm. If you are going to be camping in a tent, you will need a sleeping bag to sleep in.

6. Tent Stuff

You will need a good repair kit. You can buy a small bottle of white vinegar which can be used to clean tent stakes, mud patches, and tent poles that are larger than the tent stakes. You can also use the little white vinegar to remove tent stakes and mud patches.

You will need lots of paracord, 550 cord, and string. 550 cord is a nylon rope that has a very strong break. Now I would recommend that you buy a 26 foot circle from Home Depot. This will give you the ability to tie things to the middle of the tent and tie it to a tree. You will need a mallet to drive the stakes into the ground.

7. Axe

You will need to cut the branches and limbs you may need for your campfire. Ask your camp counselor or aldermen for help with this. An axe is a very important tool. You will need this to cut branches and limbs for firewood. It also will be used to hike a trail to the fire.

8. fire

Once your fire goes out, you will need to make a fire. You can use a fireboard, but I recommend bringing a hand axe. The fireboard is easier to use, but you could also use a rock or another piece of hard wood. There are no fire pits or fire rings established in the area. Therefore you will need to bring firewood and a bucket to collect and haul it in.

9. rain gear

Rain gear is crucial to camping in wet areas. Clothes should be allowed to get wet, but gear and equipment should not. Even if you wait until you are in a designated campground, rain can come in. Your tent will be your only shelter in the event of rain. Make sure you have a poncho or rain suit to protect it in the event of rain. A rain coat is also helpful, especially if you are going to be out in the sun.

10. sun

The sun is dangerous. Don’t let it catch you. Wear sunglasses. To avoid overexposure on the trail, bring sunscreen and sunglasses. Apply sunscreen before you head out (even on cloudy days) because you never know how long you will be out in the sun. If you forget the sunscreen, you will still be sunburned when you finally exit the trail.

11. raccoons

Catch a few naps of sunlight. The little critters who cross paths with hikers at all will become human food. Keep your water filled up and keep them away from your campsite. Also, raccoons are attracted to trash so keep them away also. Keep all food in a bear-proof box. However, do not worry, because bear boxes are widely available, and camping is as convenient as owning a box. You just throw your food in the box whenever you are hungry. Whatever food you decide to bring, it is highly suggested that you bring it in zipper lock bags. The more trash you carry, the less trash you can have.

12. Did you bring the necessary garbage bags?