Most people think of going straight into the ‘battlefield’ without a strategy, even without considering how their safety will be. The main key to avoiding the risk of negligence is only to rotate in preparation and careful planning long before vacation day, for example, the readiness of tent and other camping equipment.
Unless you intend to backpack, always choose the size of the tent 2-3 times greater than the claim of the tent’s broad capacity compared to the number of people who actually sleep in it. For example, a tent with the size of “three adults” actually only accommodates 1 adult and his camping equipment (or two adults, squeezed together); the size of the “two adults” tent can only fit one adult and part of his camper equipment.
In the campground that will be your home for a while, trying to “survive” like a reality TV show is not wise. Bring a pillow, if you really can’t sleep without a pillow. Potent sleep equipment will actually make you hate going to sleep and having trouble sleeping soundly. Also, check the weather forecasts for your camping days and adjust the clothes you will carry. In addition, you certainly don’t want to deal with panic when you learn that there is a broken tent frame, a broken tent zip, a leaking wind mat, or a gas stove that’s left half an hour before reaching the camper area – or, worst-case scenario, knowing all this misfortune in the area camp when reinforcements are no longer possible.
Before you camp, test-drive your tent first in your yard. Try to flush with water to make sure the material is still waterproof or there is a leak. Likewise with your other camping equipment, such as sleeping bags or flashlights (don’t forget the spare batteries), especially if the item is new and untested.
That’s it for the info that we can share with you this time. Although this article is short, we hope it helps you to avoid mistakes that can ruin your vacation at the beautiful campsite.