Maybe it is never possible to have all the camping gear you will ever need when you find yourself on the site; maybe Murphy's Law is indeed true on all possible occasions. However, one should indeed strive to always be prepared when going camping outdoors.
First of all, it should be a very safe place ' both from people and animals. And here is one fact that you should not ignore. Sometimes people are more dangerous than the animals. Second, you should be carrying sufficient (if not more) food and water supplies.
If you are planning to use the water at the source, you should carry along with you sufficient water purifier tablets (or any other way to have the water purified at source). Water purification is one of the most critical aspects you should pay attention to, and the other is packing the right camping gear.
How to Make Sure That You Have All the Camping Gear You Need for the TripOften you will find, much to your chagrin, that the exact thing you decided to leave out from your camping gear is what is needed when you reach your camping spot. Otherwise, something extraordinary would happen and would require your intervention, for which you need a certain camping gear that was there at home, but never thought it would be needed. So, how can anyone make sure they are ready all the time? First of all, draw up a list with all the things you would think would be needed for such a trip. After you think you wrote everything, you divide it into categories like "essentials," "emergency," and "may-be-needed" categories. Include all the items that fall under the "essentials" and the "emergency" categories. Take the "may-be-needed" category and ask your friends their opinion. Based on your own experience and any response you get, you will be able to make a well-informed decision about the rest.
Some Things you Should Keep in Mind While Packing Your Camping Gear the unexpected can happen (and the chances are that will happen if you are not prepared for it). Hence, be prepared for rain, for loss of food or water, for running into a wild animal or a terrible human being, and so on.
Be prepared how to handle any and all the situations, and have each member of your family be equally prepared. Sometimes, this could be the difference between life and death. Preparation is the key, so be sure to carry some extras and be ready for rain, even if it never rains, when you go camping. Sometimes out of the blue it will rain ' and it should not catch you unaware in this case.
Carry some type of protective gear against fire. It is imperative that every member of your "camp family" knows how to handle and douse a fire effectively! This basic knowledge is essential and can prove to be life saving since fire is one of the most potential hazards during a camping trip. This is again a very critical aspect, because a carelessly drawn fire can spell disaster not only for you but for the whole forest, and sometimes the entire region. Thus, be prepared, and be safe.