Camping is so much fun, it’s the perfect opportunity to hang out with family and friends and get up close and personal with nature.
You could even have a birdseye view if you packed the Cacoon Hanging Tent that we have featured above! We have included an awesome video that has 31 hacks that you won’t want to miss plus you’ll find lots of other helpful information you need to know.
Before you check out the Camping Hacks Video, we thought you might appreciate this excellent Camping Check List that has 50 things that you should look at including on your trip.
We also have included how to set up your campsite correctly and also some excellent camping food hacks too. Be sure that you read our article in its entirety and Pin as you go.
Camping Hacks Video
This Camping Hacks Video has incredibly good ideas and it only goes for a bit more than a minute. You will pick up so many tips, you’ll be a Camping Pro in no time. Click Play above to watch ^
Thanks to Fix for this fabulous Infographic that has so many additional hacks. It shows you how to steam cook in a packet and how you can swap out items for more suitable versions.
Over on E-Replacements they have created an excellent infographic that shows you how to set up your campsite correctly. Remember not to store food in your car or tents as this can attract wild animals. You should also use a lockable cooler. They have some great info on how to pack your Camp Cooler correctly too.
Thanks to Mashable for this awesome hack that involves using Dryer Lint and paper rolls. They apparently make great fire starters.
An old Milk Jug with a light makes the perfect Camp Lamp and it emits a very bright light. It’s great for kids too.
Always a favorite, no camping trip is complete without campfire cones and these ones from Kids Activities Blog sure are delicious!
This Kamprite Tent is a big favorite with our Community. It is available in single and double cot and gets you off the ground. You can view the range here
Another popular idea for camping have been these individual hanging pods. They are called the Cacoon and who wouldn’t love to have one. You can find out view the range here