Don’t go on another camping trip without these 20 hacks that will change the way you camp:)
Toilet Paper Container
Place the toilet paper inside & cut a slit in the side large enough for the paper to pull through. Poke a small hole in the bottom of the can and the lid and run a string through it to use to hang the toilet paper off of the ground.
Sunny Side Up Eggs
Make mini pans out of foil & cook the egg in them on the grill… Now thats a delicious camping hack! Via instagam
Make your own toilet using a 5 gallon bucket, heavy duty garbage bags, kitty litter, an inexpensive toilet seat, and a roll of toilet paper.
Use Tic Tacs For Spices
Don’t throw out those empty tic tac cases,instead use them to place your spices in to take camp meals up a notch.
Natural Insect Repellent
No more bug bites…YES!
Match Holder with Sandpaper
Use sandpaper, or use the strike pad off the match box and glue it on the mason lid. Add matches inside & you have a waterproof match kit.
You can easily find this at the dollar tree & it can be used for mutiple uses, such as hanging clothes to dry & tying down things 🙂
Pill Bottle First Aid Kits
Use your old pill bottles for storing band aids , anti bacterial ointment & cotton balls.
Campfire Orange Rolls
Cut orange in hald & remove the inside. Add in the Pillsbury cinnamon roll into the orange. Place on a baking sheet cover with foil add to the campfire & be amazed at this deliciousness campfire treat.
Be sure to watch & make sure they don’t burn.
or roll em into balls and throw them on the grill.
Duct tape is a great thing to have while camping. Its great to use to close packages of food, using over a blister, or to keep your tablecloth down.
Travel size containers
Useful to store any small items such as lotions,rubbing alcohol, or even cooking oils.
Waterproof Phone Holder
Put your phone in a baggie for a waterproof hack.
Useful for a dry seat & to use in your canoe when you are kneeling.
DIY Single Use Antibiotic Packs
Use bits of straws burn one end & add your ointment then burn the other end for travel size ointments.
Use solar powered garden lights for around your camping site to always have light even in the darkest nights.