Camping Hacks and Tricks That Will Make you a Camping Pro

If you’re someone who loves to camp, I’ve got a treat for you. I’ve gathered 55 of the most amazing camping hacks. These easy tricks are guaranteed to get the Wow factor going, and sure to make spending time in the great outdoors even more special than it was before. All you need is your sunglasses and you’re ready for some outdoor rest and relaxation.

From easier ways to cook your food to the simplest storage solutions, there’s a hack in here that you are bound to find useful. Whether you camp for the relaxation, or you just love soaking up the sun, you’re sure to find a useful hack in this collection. You can use so many of these to make your trip extra fun for the kids. So, grab those camping supplies, we’re about to learn some of the best, and easiest, ways to make yourself and your family more comfortable when you’re living the sweet life.

1. Duct Tape Mod

19. Duct Tape ModThis is a great idea for keeping duct tape within easy reach. Everyone finds themselves in need of duct tape from time to time, especially when out camping. Instead of rummaging through your backpack or tent to find what you need, just wrap a bit of duct tape around your water bottle.
Chances are, you always have your bottle with you, so you’ll always have duct tape when you need it.

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2. Easy Lighting

2. Easy LightingThis gallon jug lighting is brilliant. You just strap a headlamp to a gallon jug and it gives off as much light as your living room lamp. It’s enough to fill your entire tent. You just need the jug and your headlamp, which you can pick up at any store that carries camping equipment, and they’re relatively cheap. This is great for those late night talks or even reading in the tent.

3. Tick Deterrent

3. Tick DeterrentIf you’re planning to go camping, tick deterrent is a must. This one is all natural so there are no harmful chemicals and it’s perfectly safe for kids. You could even spritz it on your pets if you normally take them along with you. This is a great recipe not only for camping, but for keeping with you anytime you’re outdoors this summer.

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