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  • Camping: Packing List

    Here is a list of stuff you might want to bring for camping. I gathered most of this stuff from Sigh's older camping thread. Most of this stuff is not essential to your stay, but will make it more enjoyable. If you have something to add, post it up and i'll add it.


    Camping Location Fees


    • OHV sticker ($8 as of 4/2/09) (Available at all official parks, you will need one to wheel)
    • $100.00 in cash for covering overnight camping fees (weekend).

    Red - Highly Recommended
    Green - Recommended
    Black - Non-Essential/Should be readily available from others
    *[Item] - Added since posting of list


    CAMPING GEAR
    • Tent & Tarp (Lay tarp on ground, keeps tent clean)
    • Air Mattress (Need an inverter if it runs of AC, or DC/Batt Air Pump)
    • Sleeping Bags
    • Coleman Stove
    • Coleman Cylinders
    • Ice Chest (with lots of ice!)
    • Buckets
    • Mallet
    • Pots and Pans
    • Plates
    • Bowls
    • Silverware
    • Knife Set
    • Cooking Utensils
    • Wash Buckets
    • Water Jugs (non-potable)
    CAMPING SUPPLIES
    • Bottled Water
    • 3x Gal. Water Jugs (Cheaper than bottled)
    • Cokes
    • Beer
    • Coffee Bags/Coffee/Coffee Maker (Percolator-Stove/AC Powered-Inverter)
    • Breakfast food
    • Sandwich Makins
    • Chips
    • Plastic Wear (In case of rain)
    • Sugar Packets
    • Creme
    • Tough Twine
    • Plastic Garbage Bags
    • Hand Wipes (Grease ones, and Antibacterial)
    • *Fire Wood
    CAMPING PACKING LIST
    • Tooth Brush/Tooth Paste
    • Bug Repellent
    • Deodorant
    • Soap
    • Shorts (x2)
    • Shirts (x2)
    • Socks (x3)
    • Cap
    • Bandana (x3)
    • Contacts w/ Case
    • Ibuprophin
    • Camera
    • Batteries
    • *Benadryl
    • Toilet Paper in Zip-Lock (x2)
    • Towels
    • Candle Lantern
    • Fire Striker
    • Flash Lights
    • Sunglasses Case
    • Sunblock
    Jeep
    • Full Tank of Gas (Upon arrival to camp)
    • Cable Locks (for taking your doors off and securing them to a tree)
    • Ratchet Set (for newbies who don't have disconnects)
    • Tow Strap (If you dont have a winch)
    • Tow Points (Front and rear)
    • Spare Tire
    • Spare Parts (axles, u-joints, ect.)
    • Tire Deflators
    • Hi-Lift Jack or bottle jack (If you don't own one, someone else will)
    • CB Radio
    • Diff Oil
    • Engine Oil
    • Bottleneck Jack
    Misc
    • Dog Leash
    • Dog Food
    • Dog Bowls
    • Obedience Classes
    • Harness (If riding in Jeep)
    Travel Checklist
    • Make sure your Jeep's tires are inflated properly, unless you are towing.
    • If you are towing, make sure you have proper equipment. (Flat Towing, More Flat Towing,)
    • Check Oil Level
    • *First Aid Kit
    • Check Brakes/Fluid
    • Check Window Washer Fluid
    • Take off tires and clean away any mud in brake rotors
    • Check Spare
    • Check under Jeep for damaged control arms, bushings, loose bolts, ect.
    • Balanced Tires
    • Clean Air Filter
    Personally, I get an oil change after every run. Especially after Gilmer, dust and engines don't mix.
    Last edited by Mudd Diva; 10-29-2013, 08:35 PM.

  • #2
    You think Bob's is bad, look at mine

    Water
    1 gallon daily per person, Containers for water storage.

    Food
    MRE (Meals Ready to Eat / Dehydrated Food/ Food to cook)

    Outdoor cooking supplies
    Mess kits, paper cups, plates and plastic
    utensils.
    Canned meats, fruits, and vegetables
    Canned juices, milk, soup
    Staples - sugar, salt, pepper
    High-energy foods - peanut butter, jelly,
    crackers, granola bars, trail mix, Powerbars
    Special foods for infants, elderly or persons
    on special diets
    First-Aid Kit
    Hypoallergenic adhesive tape
    Scissors
    Antiseptic
    Latex gloves
    Sunscreen
    Sterile adhesive, triangular and sterile roller
    bandages
    Sterile gauze pads
    Tweezers
    Needle
    Moistened towelettes
    Thermometer
    Tongue depressors
    Petroleum jelly
    Safety pins
    Rubbing alcohol or bleach
    Non-prescription drugs - aspirin or pain
    reliever, anti-diarrhea medication, antacid,
    syrup of Ipecac, laxative
    Tools and Supplies
    2-way radio
    Battery operated, band or self-powered
    radios
    Flashlight
    Lantern (battery, gas, kerosene, propane or
    lamp oil)
    Batteries
    Gas container
    Pet carrier
    Non-electric can opener
    Fire extinguisher
    Tent
    Tarps
    Ratchet tie downs
    Bungee cords
    Candles
    Pliers
    Duct tape
    Artificial ice
    Ice chests / coolers
    Axe
    Compass
    Matches in waterproof container
    Plastic storage containers
    Signal flare
    Paper, pencil
    Needles, thread
    Waterproof container or water-tight,
    re-sealable plastic bag
    Maps
    Whistle
    Backpack, duffle bag
    Portable generator
    Medicine dropper
    Aluminum foil
    Cash or travelers' checks
    Sanitation
    Toilet paper
    Soap, liquid detergent
    Plastic garbage bags, ties
    Household chlorine bleach
    Miscellaneous
    Sturdy shoes or work boots
    Rain ponchos, rain suits
    Hats and gloves
    Thermal underwear
    Blankets or sleeping bags
    Cots, air mattresses
    Sunglasses
    Special Items
    For Baby - formula, diapers, bottles,
    powdered milk, medications
    For Children - games, books, activity pages,
    special toy
    For Adults - heart and blood pressure
    medications, insulin, prescription drugs,
    denture needs, contact lenses/supplies, extra
    eyeglasses
    For Pets - proper identification, immunization
    records, medications, ample supply of food
    and water, pet carrier
    sigpic "Not all who wander are lost"
    "Driving a Jeep is a journey, not a destination"

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    • #3
      I have closed this thread. We will keep this thread for future reference.

      If you have anything that you think should be added to the lists please send me a PM.
      Brian Ingle

      I wouldn't want to join any club that would have me as a member!

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