Imagine the sounds of waves crashing against California beaches with seagulls flying in the air. Picture fly fishing in the Colorado River, hiking in the Grand Canyon, playing sports outside while munching on some watermelon and/or swimming in a lake. What do these descriptions symbolize? In my eyes, summer vacation. This is the time to plan a fun-filled, happy and safe camping trip. But before you engage in this common summer activity, please keep the following tidbits on-hand. These tips will help you enjoy your trip to the fullest.

Bring Stainless Steel Cookware

The last thing you want to do is lug around heavy cooking equipment and/or too much of it. Consolidate by using this type of steel cookware. It is light, resilient and easy to clean. Those are three traits you need when selecting materials and tools to use for preparing food under extreme temperatures and conditions. It may be very hot over the fire and having durable material to work with makes a difference. it can determine whether you are going to bed in the woods hungry or falling asleep in your tent under the stars on a full stomach. Also, it can be used for a wide variety of purposes including holding and preparing hot and cold liquids.

What Type of Thermos Do You Need?

Stainless steel is able to preserve your drinks in whatever state you need. If it needs to remain cold then it shall. If you need it hot then this piece of equipment does the trick. These thermoses satisfy the vital requirements you need for outdoor compatible drinking containers. You may also use these for alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks alike. It is long lasting, rust-resistant, and withstands the bumping it may endure while climbing, hiking and rafting.

Pick Up After Yourself

This is the high season for brush fires so please pick up your own trash. Do not leave anything behind. Additionally, food scraps and crumbs invite unwanted guests. It is a welcoming party for wild animals. Dispose of food and drinks appropriately to ensure outside critters stay away.

Pack a Tarp

You never know how quickly the weather can change. Be prepared. Bring a tarp to cover your eating and sleeping areas. It protects the necessary items ensuring you have a healthy and happy camping trip.

Got Socks?

If you are at the beach then there is no reason to fret over this piece of advice. If your trip involves much hiking then do not forget to bring an extra pair of socks. Socks protect your feet from blisters, cuts and scrapes, which may lead to a serious infection. Guard your feet from succumbing to such circumstances by carrying additional socks.

If you follow one rule from the above then please make it this, bring stainless steel products with you. It is a metal that does not exhibit flimsy traits under a wide array of environments. Choose wisely and make this summer camping trip your best yet.

Source by Reda E Abouleish Lyle