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When you are talking about spending several days in the wilderness, getting the right camping equipment is almost as important as packing basics like tents and sleeping bags. Before you can figure out what type of equipment you need to bring with you, you need to know what your camp site has and doesn’t have. If you are planning to camp at a popular spot in a designated camping area, call the site office to find out whether small equipment like cooking supplies are included or if they can be rented for a separate fee once you arrive.

For any extended camping trip, it’s a good idea to get special cooking equipment that will make it easy to prepare meals on the go. Camping accessories like special camping stoves and burners are portable, safe and very easy to use. In addition to getting cooking equipment, make sure that you bring along plenty of clean drinking water, especially if you are going to be far away from grocery stores. Remember that emergencies happen, and your car could break down. While having a mobile phone is a good way to deal with emergencies, it’s possible that you might need to travel on foot for a long time until you can get a working signal in the great outdoors. You need to have emergency supplies on hand just in case. Jugs of clean water, extra food, a complete first aid kit and a few blankets are all camping essentials.

Since camping equipment and supplies do take up quite a bit of space, think about investing in a trailer, especially if you spend time outdoors on a regular basis. You can easily find an affordable and spacious trailer that you can hook up to the back of your car. If you do purchase a trailer, then consider having the wheels treated with Puncture Safe so your holiday is not ruined by a puncture. You should also make sure that you have supplies for potential car emergencies in case something happens while you are on the road or camping. Keep an emergency repair kit in the boot at all times to deal with any unexpected situation quickly and safely.