With Spring break around the corner, why not check the family calendar and start planning a fun adventure with your family in the great outdoors? Mom, the usual family planner, can start off those camping checklists with these 7 camping essentials every family should have.
Making camping checklists can be a great help with vacation planning for moms and dads. There are some great printable checklists available online for those moms who like to use them.
1. Tent, waterproof tarps, sleeping bags
2. Clothes that fit the season and the adventures you have planned
3. Camping stove or charcoal grill, charcoal and any cooking supplies needed
4. Plenty of food and drinking water, paper supplies including plates, cups, plastic or metal flatware, napkins
5. Any personal hygiene accessories
6. At least one flashlight and your Cell phone
7. A fully stocked first aid kit
Is this the first camping trip you ever put on your family calendar? If so, that means your kids must be very excited! I mean, taking a vacation where you can sleep under the stars; explore; have delicious meals cooked outdoors; sit around a campfire and toast marshmallows, and sing fun songs or tell scary ghost stories; and not have to be stuck in some hotel room – is just about as good as it gets!
Easy And Fun Ideas To Add To Your Camping Checklist
Additional things to add to your camping checklist include items such as a camera; board games, card games and other fun games for the kids, perhaps some fishing rods (you might be near a lake); and Mom, the planner, will want to bring all the necessary items needed for cooking and cleaning; and she will want some extra blankets and pillows too. Adding some additional matches and batteries to that camping checklist is another good idea.
Camping has become more popular than ever, and it’s no wonder! Communing with the great outdoors; chance upon new exciting sites and hearing some interesting sounds, but above all, spending quality time with your family without the everyday conveniences and electronic accessories which ultimately obstruct the quality time you spend with your children at home.
Besides Mom preparing your camping checklist, another great way to make sure you are ready for your camping trip would be to visit the local camping store and ask some questions about the supplies you will need to make certain you have everything you need to make this a rewarding and adventure-filled vacation.
Checking with an expert will make the planning for moms and dads simple as ABC. Who knows, this could be the start of some new and fun family vacation traditions! There are so many destinations you can plan to see and experience; wonders of the natural world which will fascinate your kids, and help them to comprehend and appreciate the wonderful world around them.
Make sure to encourage picture taking! Photographs will add a great deal to your family vacation scrapbook. After all, a picture is worth a thousand words. Last but not least, stay safe and enjoy this fantastic back to nature vacation!