8 Essentials to Pack for Camping

by | Nov 29, 2018

person holding white ceramic mug

Written by Daniel

Daniel is the VP and one of the owners at TravelChair. Daniel is primarily responsible for our Sales & Marketing departments.
Published November 29, 2018

Have you ever worried over what to carry with you on a trip? Well, worry no more. Camping trips can create fun, lifelong memories with your family and friends. It doubles your zeal, relieves stress, and rejuvenates both your mind and body. Thus, it’s advisable to create time for camping trips at regular intervals. If you’re looking for tips and hints or are new to camping, below are some essential camping items offered by our friends over at InvertPro that will make your camping trip enjoyable and worry-free.

1. Cast iron oven

If you’re a hearty stew lover, then this is what you need to enrich your food with flavor and avoid struggling with overcomplicated meals. With a cast iron oven, you can simply chop your ingredients, put them in the pot and relax as the oven does the work for you.

2. Camp-friendly crockery

This crockery includes wine glasses and plastic picnic sets that can withstand the rigors of nature without fear of breaking. Picnic sets general have everything you may need for a given number of people. Always prioritize your needs to have complete fun with your friends. You can bring along stainless steel mugs to keep your drink hot if plastic mug won’t cut the mustard.

3. Long kitchen utensils

Consider carrying a longer type of utensils to avoid unnecessary finger burns. Keep off the risk of getting burned while trying to bake potato off the campfire with standard-size tongs.

4. Hotplate

An old-fashioned barbeque is what you need while preparing for camping. A hotplate plays a key role if you intend to cook steaks. It not only enhances the taste of your food but also frees up space.

5. Camping chairs, stools, and folding tables

Essential to every campsite is some great portable comfort. This furniture designed by TravelChair Company provide home-like comfort while outdoors. They are easy to use, convenient to carry and store, and portable so they can go anywhere. They are designed to maximize the features that give you more room, promote better posture, and utilize cooling fabrics for maximum comfort.

6. Camp oven tripod

You don’t want to see what a camp oven looks like when it’s about to tip over. Bring this deliberately designed tripod to ensure your camp oven isn’t at risk. It also helps you control the cooking temperature while using different dishes.

7. Washing up gear

Once you are done with meals, you can’t just leave along the used utensils without cleaning. It can be the worst activity to do right after a good meal. You will need to bring along enough plastic tubs that can fit cups, plates, and other cutlery. Other essential things you should not forget include dishcloths, detergent, and tea towels. Consequently, carrying extra tea towels can a good idea since you may need to mop up any spills.

8. Sunblock, hat, and a mosquito repellent

It is important to understand the nature of the environment where you will be camping. Many campers tend to underestimate the time they will be out there and the harsh condition of the region. Always remember to bring enough sunscreen and a hat as well. Mosquitos are also scary as they spread serious diseases through its bites. Thus, cover up well and use insect repellent to avoid such scenarios.

You May Alos Like…

Top 10 Best Camping Meals 2023

Top 10 Best Camping Meals 2023

at TravelChair, we know that camping is a great way to get outside, enjoy nature, and disconnect from the hustle and bustle of daily life. But let’s be real, food is an important part (an also favorite part) of camping. Whether it’s a multi-day backpacking trip or a weekend car camping excursion, meals play a role in the overall experience.

Slacker Stool- 1389V

"I now keep one in my car ready for any type of activity where sitting is preferable than standing. You can insert your own activity here. The size make this easy to grab when in doubt, and has often served as a life saver.

Easily stored and low-profile. Almost no bigger or heavier than an umbrella. You will not complain taking it with you and will be rewarded by being rested and comfortable when you get up."

-Richard T.

    Joey Chair- 7789V

    "After owning this chair for a little more than half a year, I can confirm that this chair is all-around amazing. It is extremely comfortable and it is pretty light weight.

    As others have mentioned, the feet outperform other chairs that have straight feet in the sand. The feet design allows for the chair to sit on top of sand rather than sinking in.

    My friends are always jealous when I bring this chair to the park (which is every time, since its so easy to pack). So much that we often end up taking turns on it 
    If you're debating whether or not to get it, do yourself a favor and just buy it!"

    -Roger C.

    Big Kahuna- 599

    "Awesome sturdy comfortable chair. I don't know why but I am the King Champion of breaking folding camp chairs. I am 6'2" 295lbs and have broke many 300lbs rated chairs, one chair cut up the back of my knee pretty good when it failed.

    My son is 6'7" 325lbs and plays major college football, he has not even come close to breaking as many chairs as I have. Well the Big Kahuna Chair is rock solid and comfortable I don't ever see this chair failing. If it ever does I'll post it."

    -Keith B.

    My cart
    Your cart is empty.

    Looks like you haven't made a choice yet.