9 ways to make your campsite more comfortable


At the end of the day, it’s nice to return to camp and enjoy a great meal, a campfire, and the company of others.  But learning how to camp in ultimate comfort can take years of trial and error.  So we thought we would offer up some of our best tips to help you accelerate your learning curve and get you camping like a champ on your next outing.

Don’t let money get in the way of a great camping adventure

There are a number of ways to maximize each dollar and ensure that you’re getting the most bang for your buck when purchasing camping equipment.  Tent camping on a budget is certainly possible.

Use tent rope to create a clothes line between two trees 

It’s a perfect way to dry wet clothes and hang coats or boots.  It also doubles as part of a quick shelter when combined with a tarp and poles.  It could be useful for protecting the things on a picnic table when unexpected afternoon showers appear out of nowhere.

9 ways to make your campsite more comfortable via Sepaqs

How to camp

Create various zones at your campsite for eating, washing, lounging, and first aid.  Organizing camp ensures that everything has a place and can be found when needed.

Compression bags are your friend 

They are perfect for sleeping bags, clothing, and pillows because they compress the contents down to save valuable space.  Stuff a compression bag with extra clothing to make a pretty comfy pillow too!

Most campgrounds have quiet time, but small battery powered speakers are a perfect mood setter.  Just drop in the iPod and enjoy tunes next to the campfire.  Recharge the batteries with a solar recharging unit like the Guide 10 from GoalZero.

Explore the various options for flooring in your tent 

Your feet will thank you after a long day.  An old area rug is perfect or try something more creative like this modular foam flooring option.

9 ways to make your campsite more comfortable via NSW National Parks

Plan ahead 

A last minute scurry to pack and head out the door may not ruin your trip but it can make it stressful before you ever reach the campground.

Bring an extra headlamp to set the mood 

Loop the headlamp around a Nalgene bottle or a gallon jug with the light facing into the middle.  It creates a very cool nightlight and looks great with different color bottles.  Blue is a favorite with our family.

Nothing is more uncomfortable in camp than unhappy little campers 

Keep the kids engaged with games and activities that appeal specifically to them.  Check out these Top 5 Non-Essential Camping Essentials for Kids.

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