Every inch of cargo space in your vehicle is precious for a camping trip. Therefore, a collapsible/folding bucket frees up space for other gear when collapsed. A 5-gallon bucket full of water weighs more than 40 pounds. In order to
A nearly or completely drained car battery is not such a huge issue if your vehicle is parked at a campground with many helpful campers. However, if your battery dies when you are paralleled parked on a busy street. It
Scrapes, cuts and more serious injuries could strike anywhere, not just during a camping trip. Therefore, a first aid kit should always be readily available. We keep one at home and one in each vehicle. For a camping trip, we
Plain and simple, a cargo box (a.k.a. roof box) extends your vehicle’s storage. For camping trips, we load it up with light but bulky items. For example: tent, sleeping bags, tarps, poles, camping chairs, fishing gear, inflatables, beach/water toys, clothing,
We have camped with friends whose lanterns are powered by propane and liquid fuel. Their lanterns were undeniably bright. However, we chose batteries over propane or liquid fuel because of two main reasons. First, batteries are slightly more compact in
AAA batteries are quite common for camping gear such as flashlights, emergency radio, LED lanterns, etc. Some name brand batteries are expensive. We have tried no names batteries from various discount retailers. Unfortunately, these no-name batteries are usually a hit-and-miss.
This is an interesting product we found for camping. Normally, we don’t believe in All-In-One products. Because you would lose all its features if the unit ceases to work. The main function of the product is a radio. Not only
Basic brush and dustpan for sweeping debris off picnic table after arriving at your campsite. It is quite useful before you leave the campsite. You can brush dirt, leaves, insects off your tent, camping tarp, shade tarp, etc. After your