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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]

Camping Breakfast! 2 T melted butter; 1 roll refrigerated biscuit dough, 8 ct.; 1 c. shredded mozzarella; 1 cup cooked, crumbled bacon; 1 c. shredded cheddar cheese. Preheat oven to 350 degrees brush a 9-inch cast iron skillet with melted butter. Unroll biscuits from can place into bottom of skillet. Top with slices of mozzarella cheese, bacon crumbles then shredded cheddar. Bake for 15-20 min, until cheese is melted and biscuits are cooked through. Serve warm.

Camping Breakfast! 2 T melted butter; 1 roll refrigerated biscuit dough, 8 ct.; 1 c. shredded mozzarella; 1 cup cooked, crumbled bacon; 1 c. shredded cheddar cheese. Preheat oven to 350 degrees brush a 9-inch cast iron skillet with melted butter. Unroll biscuits from can place into bottom of skillet. Top with slices of mozzarella cheese, bacon crumbles then shredded cheddar. Bake for 15-20 min, until cheese is melted and biscuits are cooked through. Serve warm.

The Ultimate Family Camping List

Campfire Cones (Fun & Easy Summer Dessert)

Campfire Cones filled with marshmallows, chocholate, bananas and so much more. You'll love this treat. (Fun & Easy, Oh So Yummy Summer Dessert)

Camping with real food-love this 1/2 gallon jars for prepared items would work well for getting ready for weekends

DIY: Hillbilly Washing Machine

Hillbilly Washer - A plunger and a bucket make a cheap, off-the-grid clothes washer. Would be good for road trips since it's portable!

Places You can Camp for Free

Places you can camp for free within the United States in a tent or an RV. Some have a small fee but most are free to use. Great resource when camping.

Whether you're a curious hiker or nervous camper, leaf identification is a useful skill to have. Learn how to identify different types of non-poisonous and poisonous leaves, like poison sumac, sugar maple, poison oak, gingko, and poison ivy. 27 Leaves Every Camper Should Know How to Identify | Red Rover Camping