I’ve noticed that a lot of you liked the Camping List post I put together last year.
That being the case, I decided to add a FREE downloadable link for you to print from - Below is a Camping Gear List and a Personal Items List - Please keep in mind that a woman came up with the items on this list, so everything might not be applicable to men ;)
I had made a Cooking Supplies Checklist as well, but it seems to have been overwritten - So as of right now I cannot help you with those items.
Anyway, I figured I would provide the lists just in time for camping season to start - Up here in MN that is.
Hopefully you find these checklists as useful as I did!
Please let me know if the downloads do not work. Thanks!
So, I obviously made it out alive. And completely forgot that I was going to write about my little trip.
First and foremost, I definitely enjoyed camping (minus the bugs). We went to a State Park campground where our little group had campsites right next to each other. I recommend doing it this way if you’re camping with a group. You still have the privacy of your own campsite, but you’re neighbors with everyone in your group.
Some of my favorite parts of the trip:
Speaking of taking pictures, I’m hoping to post some photos from my trip soon. Stay tuned!
P.S., If your camping this weekend & need some reminders on what to bring, I’ve started a camping list here. It was so incredibly helpful for me - We didn’t miss a thing. We had everything we needed (and more).
Welp, I’m going camping this weekend…
Actually, it should be quite fun. I’m going with a group of close friends (eight people in total, including myself). My only concern is that I haven’t been camping since I was a child. So, I’m interested to see how I do as a grown women who has definitely outgrown her tomboy years.
I started packing last night - I didn’t realize how much stuff you have to bring! I’m totally a nerd and did a little research online before I started packing. To add to the nerdery, I created a ‘Camping List’ in InDesign. I’ll share the documents in my next post.
Regardless of all the concerns of camping (you know, the inexperience, the dreaded tent and packing the right supplies to name a few), I’m very excited. And I’m bringing my camera with on this little adventure. Crossing my fingers I’m able to get some great shots to add to my collection.
Be sure to check back here Monday. If I made it out alive I’m sure to have some good stories.