There is no better time to hit the hiking trails and have a camp trip in the colorful trees than in fall, and outdoor lovers know it, so most of them have packed their gear and went out to enjoy a forest bathing.
However, if you are a new beginner to camping so have not a full-on camping trip, spending a night under the stars can be intimidating. Don't worry about it. In this article, we will recommend a few camping hacks to help you get started and have a nice camping trip.
1. BRING LIGHTING
You need light while camping. There are a number of different lanterns to choose from Battery-power torches, LED lights, candles, and oil lamps. Choose a lightweight, user-friendly, safe, and convenient one, light it, hang it, and continue with your adventures into the night.
2. BRING A PIECE OF WAXED TARPAULIN
Choose a big piece of waxed tarpaulin which will provide more protection to you. Take it to make a rain shelter if the weather is bad, or put it under the tent to help protect the groundsheet.
3. PACK AN EMERGENCY BLANKET
Conventionally this emergency blanket has a Mylar reflective side which can be used to reflect heat, create a radiant barrier, or signal for help. The other side is made of layers of polypropylene, can be used as a blanket, tarp, or shelter. So you can use it as a ground tarp, shelter, tent, or emergency blanket. Because of their silver coating, they're great for reflecting the sunlight if put on top of your tent, so you can use it as a cover of your tent to make it cool.
4. EMBRACE THE WONDERS OF DUCT TAPE
Remember take some tape which is great for all sorts of repairs, for example, patch up holes in your tent or sleeping pad, or treat blisters, and even to make a soft arm cast.
5. KEEP ANTS AWAY FROM YOUR PICNIC
How to keep ants away from your picnic? There is a good way to solve this problem: put a small tray of water under each table leg, as the ants won't be able to navigate the water so it will prevent ants crawl up the table legs.
6. REMEMBER TO PACK THE TINFOIL
If you plan to make a gourmet meal on the campfire while camping, Tinfoil is a must-have vehicle for cooking. It is durable enough to withstand the heat of the fire, and, you can just throw it away when you finished cooking, requires no cleanup.
7. WATERPROOF YOUR GEAR
It is not a good experience to use wet gear, you can use some tricks to prevent this from happening, such as, coat your shoes, clothes, and tents in beeswax or a waterproof spray to avoid watermarks and leaks, keep Matches in plastic containers.8. Waterproof your matches
Matches aren’t much use to you when they’re wet. Keep them in plastic containers, rather than matchboxes, and have a few spares.
8. BRING A SHOWER & TOILET TENT
It’s one of the most important things especially when you camp in the wilderness. See our range of shower & toilet tent. This is a double room pop-up shower tent for camping outdoors. You can also call it as best toilet tent or bath tent. It also can be a changing room, camp restroom, fishing tent, kid's dancing competition, or storage.
9. BRING MORE TOILET PAPER AND BABY WIPES
You can use these to wipe down equipment or give yourself a quick freshen up. One useful tip: remove the cardboard center from toilet paper, flatten it and wrap it in a plastic bag to save space.
Hope these Camping Hacks can help you to begin a camping trip.