Camping Tips

Baby Wipes Are Great To Have At Your Campsite

Baby wipes are great to have at your campsite. Put them right on the picnic table for easy access. You can clean anything with them (including yourself) and they’re cheap. Grab a box before you head to the campsite next ...

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Wrap Your Lighter In Duct Tape

Two things you should always have at the campsite are a lighter and duct tape. Because you’re always looking to save space, you can wrap some duct tape around your lighter, and you’ll always have a some handy. When you’re out ...

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Store Your Utensils In A Pencil Box

Most of us who camp regularly have a box in the basement with all of our camping gear in it. This makes it easy to take off for a weekend and know that what you need is with you. Although ...

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How To Start A Fire With A Pencil Sharpener

Who knew that a pencil sharpener would be so handy in the woods? We all know, when you’re starting a fire – tinder is key. Great tinder burns easily, and if you’re lucky, is easy to source. Carrying a pencil sharpener ...

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Collapsible Laundry Baskets Make Great Trash Cans

Dealing with trash at a campsite can get out of control – especially if you have a large group. Campsites don’t often have a trash can, so you end up hooking the bag to whatever you can find. Collapsible laundry baskets make ...

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The Lansky 4 Rod Turn Box Is Affordable And Keeps Your Knives Razor Sharp

Lansky 4 Rod Turn Box

The Lansky 4 Rod Turn Box is a great addition to your camp box. It’s only $17 on Amazon and works great everything from pocket knives to fillet knives. I even use it to keep a razor sharp edge on ...

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DIY Water Station For Camping

Creating a water station for camping makes the whole weekend run a little smoother. It’s easier to wash your hands as well as dishes. This DIY water station for camping is easy to set up and helps to keep the ...

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Using Contractor Bags As Homemade Dry Bags, Ponchos, And More…

using contractor bags

At a campsite regular garbage bags are good for one thing – a small amount of garbage. Campsites often have sticks and rocks that will easily rip holes in thin bags. You should be using contractor bags. As in 3 ml thick contractor bags. ...

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8 Tricks To Stay Warm All Winter

I hate being cold. Like, I really hate it. So, it’s a good thing that I’ve figured out how to never be cold – ever. I grew up in International Falls, MN and now live in Minneapolis, MN. There’s a big, nasty ...

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Tip For Tent Safety – Put Tinfoil on Tent Guylines

Admit it, you have walked out of your tent, turned and tripped over the guyline coming off the fly of the tent. After a few choice words, you probably looked for something to put on it so you would notice ...

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