Master Camping list
Before recreating the wheel, I wanted to inquire if anyone had a Word or Excel based camping list. I know many items are unique to the individual, but some are pretty standard.
I'd prefer a tent list, but would take anything.
I can pm you my email, or a copy and paste on this thread would work well too.
Thanks in advance!!
Try sheep hunt pack list...
or similar term: "Search", "Advanced search", "Google Search of AOD".
You should find several threads, but one from last year with several good lists, Word and Excel format.
Thanks 6X - I searched this subforum, but not the entire site. Will try that...
Here is my camper (note: not camping) list
I keep it on my computer's desk top during the summer. You could copy and paste into your own doc. and change as needed.
Originally Posted by AlaskanSD
Bottle jack, tire irons, wheel wrench
Hacksaw, sockets, drivers, wrenches, etc.
Duct tape, electrical tape
Insulated copper wire, for emergency wiring around bad circuits.
Tube of RTV / Shoe Goo / Epoxy
Rope and bungies
Small chainsaw and fuel
Sleeping bags, pads, small tent for overflow
Fishing poles, gear, licenses
Canoe, paddles, PFDs
Collapsible shelter (for changing or porta potty)
Put on camper and tie down
Battery hooked up
Put on mirrors
Put on hitch
Check oil and coolant
Grease "pull behind" trailer bearings/check lights
Load up pull behind with overflow gear, canoe, wood, bikes, etc.
Pack in extra clothes/coats/rain gear, etc.
Rolls of paper towels, toilet paper
Pancake batter, syrup
Quick canned meals
Juice or pop
Drinking water in bottles
Northwest River Supplies deals primarily with the raft & kayak crowd, but they do have quite a few resources that apply to other types of outdoor activities. Here's their Gear Checklists page. The top three lists are pretty good for tent campers.
Thanks Jim, those are some pretty good lists from NRS.
Another list, although more directed towards float/boating trips, is on Jim's website. http://www.paddling.jimstrutz.com/page45.html . Guess Jim was just feeling humble.
I wouldn't forget the T/P
Also a bunch of coffee filters( Cheap ones ) there are a lot of uses for them besides coffee,and cheaper than paper towels.
I personally take a water filter, just in case
and any thing that is moisture sensitive is in zip loc or equivelant stroage bags. even gear in my back pack is double sealed. towels are a good way of packing things so thay do not chafe during transportation, A lot of my gear stays in the truck 24/7 and I inspect it from time to time making sure things are in good working order.
a couple of fire extinguishers are handy too . one is under the seat the other i mounted in the camper by the door.
Rope is my other favorite tool and i carry a lot of it in different types and sizes even parshoot shock cord. Tarps are good to have too and easy to tuck away. i use mine a lot.
Just some ideas