We have been using this Camp Pack List (or variations of it) for years. It makes packing for a trip less stressful. I usually print out a new copy for each trip and cross each item off the list once it is packed or ready to go.
If you would like to print a copy for yourself, you must have the Acrobat reader on your system to view the file. If needed, you can download the latest version of Acrobat reader for free.
A friend of our site, Campermom, graciously allowed us to offer her detailed Packing List for camping with babies and kids in general. Although the list was compiled for her family trips in a pop-up, it applies to everyone. She gives some great tips, and the list is extremely organized and well thought-out. (Same as our camping list, this is in pdf form, so you have to have Acrobat reader to view or print it.)
NewEnglandCamper also offers a detailed camping pack list.
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