1. Use a belt and hooks to hang up pots and pans.
2. To have a softer and more comfortable tent floor.
Buy a pack of 10 foam floor mats and lay them out under your sleeping bags.
3. Make crescent rolls over the campfire, wedge between a branch.
Just because you’re camping doesn’t mean you don’t need a fulfilling breakfast. For extra deliciousness try filling them with marshmallows and Nutella. Go here for directions.
4. Keep matches waterproof by keeping them in a plastic container.
Glue to the lid a piece of sandpaper but make sure you buy strike-anywhere matches.
5. Make ground planted candlesticks to light paths and add a bit of ambiance.
They’re cheap and relatively easy to make.
6. Use old coffee cans to protect and hold toilet paper wherever you go.
Slice a line out of the side, insert your toilet paper, close the lid and you’re done.
7. Ingenious light idea.
8. If you can’t live without your spices
and want to take them on your rough and wild adventure, then store them in tic tac containers to keep it fresh and water free.
9. Attach these awesome hammocks to the back of your car
10. For easier storage of antibiotics and toothpaste
Cut pieces out of a straw to create single-use packets. Seal the ends with a lighter and it’s good to go.
11. Shave up a bar of soap with a veggie peeler
to save time and space in your packs. A slice per shower makes it easy to use, and you won’t lose it as easily as it’s not all out in the open.
12. Make grilled sandwiches with this camp-fire panini press.
Just grab two slices of bread, put in some meats, cheese or whatever tickles your fancy. It’s quick, easy and delicious.
13. If you’re a chocolate and banana lover, then this is for you
Easy to make, delicious and serves the munchies straight.
14. Firestarter idea
15. Flavour enhance your barbecues
When you’re grilling out in the open, rather than eating your food plain, place some rosemary right on the hot coals and cooked your meat over it. The rosemary steams through the meat and gives it a better aroma.
16. Natural mosquito repellent
To keep mosquitoes away when sitting around a camp-fire, simple put bundles of sage in the fire every hour or two.
17. Make portable fire starters by dipping round cotton pads into a wax.
They’re cheap and you can make 30 for under 10 dollars.
18. Make emergency light sources
Simply with an Altoids tin, cardboard, and some wax. Fold and pack the cardboard into the tin, melt some wax over the top and close the lid until needed.