This sleeping bag liner is not only cute but dirt-proof & compact!
Sleeping Bag Liner
Wool Blankets – If you are camping when it’s cold outside, a wool blanket is a must!
80% Wool Blanket
Memory Foam Camping Pillow – Forget the inflatable pillows! I can’t stand to sleep on those. Memory foam is where it’s at!
Memory Foam Travel-Sized Pillow
Air Mattress – If you’re anything like my husband you must have an air mattress!
Inflatable Air Mattress
Sleeping Pad – Instead of using an air mattress, you can use one of these!
Inflatable Sleeping Pad
Microfiber Blanket – You can just bring blankets from home, or you can get one of these special microfiber blankets. They don’t take up much space and are very lightweight!
I bought three of these one for each of my children. The kids shared a double sleeping bag. They mostly slept on top of it and had their own blanket.
Fun and Essential Lighting
Flashlight – I have one of these Streamlights and they are awesome! Not just any flashlight will do. You need something that can cut through the tree line or light up the tree.
A small cheap flashlight is fine when you are indoors, but outside there is so much more depth, it takes a powerful flashlight to cut through all that darkness.
It also has the option of strobe lighting. In addition, it has 3 different light settings, high, medium, and low.
Streamlight LED Flashlight
800 Lumens – means the light will cut through the woods. (lumens will depend on the model you purchase)
Impact-resistant (1 meter) for the clumsy.
Expensive – Great quality for your buck though!
Heavy – depending on the model you buy. The one I chose is fairly lightweight.
Portable LED Camping Lantern with Ceiling Fan – I love the idea of having a fan. Sometimes when we camp it is hot, and the air in the tent is stuffy and gross.
LED Camping Lantern and Fan
Fan – The fan is great for those warmer nights and can last 2 or 3 nights.
Adjustable fan – You can point the fan where you’d like it to blow.
Noise – It’s not loud, but the fan does put out a little bit of noise.
Small fan – A small fan like this isn’t going to work well in a large tent.
Dim lighting – This is not a super bright light.
LED Camping Lanterns 4 Pack
Miscellaneous | Best Camping Gear on Amazon
Axe – It never fails, you’ll always need a couple of blades when camping. Especially, if you’re going off the beaten track.
Unfortunately, I couldn’t really locate an axe with great reviews. The bad reviews of the blades breaking outweigh all the good review for me.
I’ve included one review summary of a higher-end hatchet, but the bad reviews are pretty terrible! So weigh your options.
Tarp – Tarps can come in handy for many things.
First Aid Kit – I love all of the handy labels inside. Being able to find a particular item during an emergency is really important. I love the organization and variety this bag provides. The same company has bigger first aid kits too!
First Aid Kit
Portable Charger – Charge your cell phone and other devices while camping. I like to disconnect when I go camping, but for emergencies, I want to have a charged cell phone. Plus, sometimes it’s nice to use for music!
Portable Solar Charger For Phones And More!
Wireless cell phone charging capabilities
10,000 mAh power bank
Solar and electric capabilities
Solar-powered? Description literally says it’s difficult to harness solar power and it’s best to use the USB to charge this device instead.
NOTE: Many of these portable chargers have similar complaints about holding a charge and not charging in the sun even within a 10-hour window.
For a colorful fire, grab a couple packs of these…
Rainbow Colored Flames
Camp Clothes & Accessories
Put that camp hair under a cute hat.
Sometimes I prefer a simple headband. It keeps my hair out of my face, catches some of that sweat, and it looks super cute.
Here’s a Happy Camper Hat
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