Want to load the car for camping in 15 minutes? It’s easy if you keep your camping stuff organized and stored together in totes. Plus, you’ll never leave anything important behind.
This is the second post in our Camping with Kids series. It will focus on the most important bin, the Tent Stuff Bin. Click on each link to read the other posts:
Part 1: Big Stuff (too big to fit in a bin)
Part 3: Cooking Bin
Part 4: The Essentials
Tent Stuff Bin:
The tent stuff bin has only a few items needed to set up the tent. You can click on any picture below to view the item on Amazon.
2 tarps: (that’s what it takes for a 10 man tent). These are just cheap tarps to keep your tent clean and dry.
Doormat: We use an old carpet sample to wipe feet on before coming in the tent.
Tent Pegs: Most tents come with pegs.
Mallet/Hammer: Just a cheap rubber mallet like this one to put the tent pegs in.
2 Camping Lights: These small lights put out a bunch of wattage for inside the tent. They hang on the ceiling of most tents and hardly take up any space.
Tent poles: Our tent poles fit in this bin. If yours don’t, make sure you keep them close to the tent! Forgetting them is a huge problem. Or buy a bigger bin so that your tent poles will fit–that’s on our agenda.
Dust Pan/Broom: We have a small dustpan & broom for sweeping out the tent before we go home.