Two Girls Take A Photo In Front Of Car While Camping

QUICK GUIDE TO PACKING YOUR CAR FOR CAMPING

Packing your car for your next camping trip may be stressful at times. You have to prepare and pack all your camping necessities the ideal way as possible that’s both convenient and practical.

Check out this guide to help you pack your camping gears in your car.

PACK AHEAD OF TIME

Packing requires strategic planning and time management. You can pack your stuff in different containers ahead of time, so it’s easier for you to put them inside your car on the day of your trip.

HAVE A CHECKLIST

Include everything that you need for your camping in your checklist. It’s a way of remembering all items are packed and present on your trip. Weigh all possibilities and reject those stuff that’s not useful for your camping trip.

BE ORGANISED

Being organised is a mindset that saves you more time, and makes your life easier. Follow your camping gear list and arrange items accordingly. For example, put together anything that’s related to your food, or according to the use of each camping gear. You can use containers or zip-lock bags to help you organise your stuff.

KEEP THE ITEMS YOU NEED FIRST ACCESSIBLE

You have to think of the items that you will first use once you reach your campsite. For example, a shelter.Put your tent somewhere easy to reach when you arrive.

HEAVY ITEMS AT THE BOTTOM

Place heavy items in the centre of your vehicle boot or under car seats to help the better handling of your car. Cars have a maximum capacity, and carrying heavy loads have negative handling and performance effects.

PACKING ON TOP OF YOUR CAR

Packing on top of your car is not for heavy items, but for bulky yet light items or other camping gear that is too long that it can’t fit in your car. Roof racks are excellent for fishing rods.

KEEP YOUR CAR SEATS FREE

Keep your driver and passenger seats empty of camping gear. If you are using your seats to store items, you are overloading your car.

Remember that being organised when planning a camping trip is a must. There’s nothing worse than forgetting important items. Plan and stay organised as you prepare.


Is there anything you would like to say? Share your thoughts below.

...
Tags:
mm
Jane F
jane.f@dinga.com.au

Jane loves camping, hiking and anything to do with the outdoors. She might love glamping but she will do it all.