"Line your cooler with Reflectix (aluminized bubble wrap). You can find it at most home improvement stores. It was invented to insulate homes and buildings. Smart campers came up with the idea to use Reflectix to keep the heat out and the cold air in coolers. Cut the Reflectix into pieces that fit, lining the inside of your cooler, including the top/lid. You can even throw a sheet of Reflectix over the outside of your cooler to further insulate it."
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Kitchen Packing List: Camp stove: Opt for a lightweight backpacking stove or traditional car camping stove. Fuel: Make sure you have the correct propane fuel for your stove. Plates, cups, and eating utensils (1 per family member): Use paper products or opt for reusable mess kits, which are available in outdoor stores. Tablecloth: Buy a cheap one at a dollar store. Dishwashing tub: Opt for a plastic tub or nylon, sealed, collapsible tub. Dishwashing supplies: P...
Camping Packing Lists and Tips: Everything You Need to Bring to the Campsite
Temporary Extension Cord Protection - If you're having a party or some other event in the yard and you need additional electricity sources, here's a great way to keep extension cord plugs dry. Cut notches in the opposite sides of a reusable plastic container and snap on the lid. Your plugs will stay dry if it happens to rain or the ground is moist.
Pre scrambled eggs for camping! I cleaned an old coffee creamer bottle, scrambled two eggs at a time and added through a funnel. Then marked where every two eggs were to make it easier when camping! Only took about 20 mins at home, but saved a huge headache when camping! They lasted us a whole week and didn't go bad in the ice chest.