Lanier's Campground, Surf City, NC  28445
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Reservations

Packing - Put food on the bottom (you'll need other items first)

  • Backpack, daypack, &/or fanny pack
  • Bags - Tent bag, grocery bags, etc.
  • Cardboard boxes if needed
  • Ice Chests
  • 5 gallon bucket or similar container.

Lighting - Check batteries!

  • Maglight - The larger, the better.
  • Gas lantern (and/or electric)
  • BIC lighter
  • Matches (preferably water proof)
  • Spare batteries and bulbs
  • Spare lantern fuel and mantles

Shelter/Bedding

  • Sleeping bag
  • Space Blanket
  • Ground Cloth - Tarp for big tents
  • Mattress or pad - Inflator for air mattress
  • Pillow
  • Tent
  • Camp axe or hammer to pound tent stakes

Medical

  • Sunscreen
  • Bug Repellent - Spray, Citronella Candle, etc.
  • Poison Oak remedies - Special soap, antihistamine creams.
  • Allerest
  • Tylenol, Advil, Aspirin
  • Alka Seltzer, Maalox, Tums
  • Antibiotics - Whatever you need. Micatin for fungus, for example.
  • Tweezers for splinters & ticks.
  • Antiseptic, Band-Aids and bandages.
  • First Aid Kit (may include all the above items)

Cleaning & Personal Items

  • Bar or bottled soap
  • Washcloth
  • Pre-moistened Towelettes
  • Shampoo
  • Toothpaste & toothbrush
  • Comb or hair brush
  • Tampons/pads
  • Razor
  • Towel
  • Toilet Paper
  • Whisk broom to clean table and tent site

Miscellaneous

  • Small shovel
  • Swiss Army knife
  • Compass and Map
  • Fishing pole and gear (+ license & bait!)
  • Duct tape &/or electrical tape
  • Safety pins
  • Cellular phone w/extra battery and car adapter
  • Camera w/good battery and extra film
  • Camcorder w/good battery and extra tapes
  • Books, radio, cards, games, toys, Bible, etc.
  • MONEY, credit card, ID

Clothing

  • Hat
  • Sleeping cap
  • Bandanna
  • Jacket - As weather dictates. Eskimo style, mackintosh, windbreaker, etc.
  • Poncho - Doubles as emergency tent/lean-to.
  • Pants/Overalls, with belt
  • Underwear - 2
  • Shirt - 2 or 3 (one light, one flannel)
  • Shoes, shower shoes, HIKING BOOTS
  • Socks - 2 pair
  • Work gloves & warm mittens/gloves
  • Swim suit

Cooking

  • Stove with fuel & lighters, (take a couple of lighters, if you only have one it will invariably get lost or fall into a bucket or creek)
  • Newspapers for lighting a campfire
  • Firewood
  • Charcoal or wood & Grill for BBQ.
  • Frying Pan - Nonstick w/plastic spatula is nice.
  • Cooking skewers (for hot dogs, s'mores, etc.)
  • Pot or sauce pan - Big enough to cook noodles for all. With lid.
  • Can opener - If you have canned goods.
  • Thermos
  • Tongs
  • Coffee maker & filters
  • Pot lifter &/or pot holders
  • Wine cork puller for those tres yup trips
  • Tablecloth

Dishes

Reusables

  • Plate - Partition tray/plate is nice.
  • Mug/cup - Sierra Club Cup or Coleman Mountain Mug style
  • Kitchen knife - Nice to have. In general, carry a pocket knife.
  • Small mixing bowl
  • Knife, Fork, Spoon, Spatula
  • Scrub Pad
  • Dish Pan

Consumables

  • Paper towels & napkins
  • Trash bags
  • Paper plates, cups, bowls, etc.
  • Plastic knives, forks, spoons
  • Ziplock Bags
  • Aluminum Foil
  • Dish soap

Water

  • At least 1/2 gallon per person/day.
    • Water filters and purifiers if relying on natural water sources.
  • Water bottle, to carry while hiking

Food & Drink

  • Pancake Mix - Bisquick, 1/2 cup per person per day (need large skillet)
  • Cooking Oil - About 1 oz per person per day.
  • Syrup - About 2 oz per person per day.
  • Butter - 1/2 stick per person per day.
  • Malt-o-meal, or Cream of…{wheat, rice, ...}
  • Oatmeal - Instant single serving packs
  • Potatoes - 1-2 per person per day. Freeze dried if packing.
  • Bacon - 2 slices per person per day.
  • Eggs - 1-2 per person per day, fresh or powdered.
  • Noodles - Spaghetti, Angel Hair, Ramen, or shells.
  • Spaghetti Sauce - In jars or dehydrated
  • Parmesan cheese
  • Bouillon cubes - Chicken & Vegetable
  • Rice packages
  • Soup/Chili - mix or cans
  • Tuna - Don't forget Mayo, pickles, and onions
  • Onions, lemons, mushrooms, etc.
  • Bread - One or two loaves per day if camping with a small group.
  • Dry condiments - Salt, Pepper, Spices, Sugar
  • Catsup - Mustard - Mayo, Small containers
  • Salami
  • Cheese - Cheddar, Swiss
  • Fruit - Small fruit cups or fresh fruit
  • Veggies - carrot/celery sticks daily
  • Taco Stuff - (Meat, seasoning package, olives, lettuce, tortillas, buns)
  • Cocoa, Coffee, & Teas (don't forget SUGAR!)
  • Marshmallows, Graham Crackers & Hershey Bars (S'mores)
  • Peanut Butter & Jelly
  • Deli meat slices
  • Hot dogs & buns
  • Milk, soy milk, juice, soft drinks, etc.
  • Wine, beer

Baby Items

  • Baby carrier (Snugglie)
  • Formula, cereal & strained foods
  • Distilled water
  • Hat, sunscreen, insect repellent
  • Plenty of diapers, wet wipes

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