Here it is in a list - camping from totes ready packed: Tub one contains all the cooking necessities: spatula, can opener, fire/oven mitts, marshmallow roasters, scissors paper bowls, paper plates, trash sacks, plastic cups, , plastic ware, plastic tablecloths, a couple of dish towels, tongs, spoon, foil, napkins, mugs, cooking oil, skillet, and a small pot. A note on top reminds me to toss in the lighter, salt and pepper, dish soap, and baby wipes/antibacterial wipes... [more on site]
Wondering where to pitch your tent or park your RV among the numerous camping opportunities offered by America’s largest state? Let Camping Alaska lead the way! This authoritative guidebook provides detailed descriptions of nearly 300 of the best campgrounds statewide—from the Arctic Ocean to Kodiak Island, spanning landscapes from temperate rain forests to tundra, with dozens of ecosystems, climates, and ranges of wildlife to chose from. Some of the campgrounds are remote and muddy.