There are many forms of camping, from hot weather to
cold. Some folks camp alone, others with a huge family. Only you know what
you need for your type of camping, but we have created a guideline of types of
clothing you may wish to consider bringing on your next trip.
When you are camping, consider packing your clothing in
ziplock bags, one for each day. Store these in a Tupperware type container for
extra protection from the rain and dew. When camping with children, you can
never bring too many extra items of clothing! And of course, ANYTHING camo is
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Bathing Suit – preferably 2.
Flip flops for the beach, lake and camp shower.
Hat for sun protection.
Hiking boots – Spray with water repellant solution.
Loose fitting long pajamas for cold nights.
Rain poncho – always assume it will rain.
Shorts and long pants.
Socks up to the knee to fight ticks and poison ivy.