Tuesday, November 3, 2015

25 Creative Ideas To Make Camping Easier & More Fun


A quick camp meal with almost no clean-up, but lots of novelty, that your kids will be talking about long after the camping trip is over.

A simple system that is easy on the eyes. A gallon milk jug filled with water with a headlamp pointing into the water.

These “S’more Cones” are yummy and super easy to make!

Put solar-powered garden lights near tent stakes, so you don’t trip over the lines at night.

A scavenger hunt list with pictures even little kids can understand.

An easy, fun family favorite Campfire Dessert that you throw right into the fire!

Cordless water pump dispenses bottled water without lifting or spilling. Specially designed pump snaps onto a 5 or 6 gallon bottle.

Use a shoe organizer to help with camp kitchen set-up.

Use Orajel or any toothache gel medicine to stops the itching from mosquito bites.

Empty a dozen eggs into a mason jar for easy travel. They fit perfect in the cooler without the worry of breaking. Just pour them out as you need.

These “donuts” are made from canned biscuits. Poke a big hole in the center and fry in a skillet. Dust them liberally with sugar and cinnamon, and you have Camping Donuts!

Coffee cans are wonderful for keeping your “important papers” dry and ready for use under any outdoors weather condition. The plastic Folgers can has a built-in handle for easy carrying to the campground outhouse or out in the woods.

For any kind of bite, sting, itch or minor skin irritation, carry a Zilactin Toothache Swab. It provides instant numbing and cooling of any skin problem. Safe, clean, portable.

This no-fuss dessert is absurdly easy, and sure to satisfy any sweet tooth.

Turn it on and watch it flicker and glow!

When preparing to leave home, fill baggies with pancake batter, tie off the end and when you are ready, just snip the small ends to use as a piping bag and you are ready to cook!

An ideal dinner if you don’t want to spend much time cooking, yet want to serve a meal that’s wholesome and satisfying. The best part? No dishes to wash up!

An easy DIY firestarter you can make with stuff you normally throw away. Wad up your old dryer lint and stick it inside a toilet paper tube.

Sounds crazy enough that it just might be good! :-)

Clamps conveniently on a table/grill or stakes in the ground. Has a Hands-Free Flex-Light, Radio/lantern holder, paper towel holder, adjustable condiment rack, movable utensil hooks, waste bag hoop, durable carry and storage bag.

A 5 gallon bucket with a toilet seat attached to the top. Add some kitty litter in a plastic garbage bag and it makes a great portable toilet so you don’t have to go to campground bathrooms for those late night potty runs.

Surprise your family with pizza on your camping trip! Using pre-made pizza crust that comes in a tube makes it a snap to prepare. Remember, any type of pizza that you can make at home, you can make in a Dutch Oven!

Duct tape can be a lifesaver. But carrying an entire roll takes up valuable space inside a backpack—and you probably won’t need that much tape. Wrap a couple feet around a Bic lighter, so you always have a short supply inside your pocket.

A great way to organize EVERYTHING you will need to cook and prepare meals OUTDOORS using a tool organizer!

Recycle that old detergent bottle and take it camping with you as a portable hand-washing station. Perfect for kids and adults to wash up before meals.

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