Get ready for your next camping adventure with this cute camping SVG file, perfect for a t-shirt or mug. Whether you use a tent or RV, pull yourself up to the campfire and roast some marshmallows.
I love camping. Growing up we went camping almost every weekend from May to October. I loved sitting around the campfire and making s’mores. That’s where I got the inspiration to make this cute camping SVG design, ‘Keep Calm and Get Your S’mores On’.
We teamed up again this month with our blogger friends to bring you a variety of camping SVG files to choose from. Therefore, you will be prepared for whatever camping adventure you choose this summer.
How do you camp, tent or camper trailer?
To me, camping is camping. You are spending most of your time outdoors enjoying nature. However, there is a debate that if you are in a trailer or RV, is that really camping? I have camped in a tent and a trailer and there are pros and cons to both.
When I was young, we started out using a tent, then worked our way up to a trailer that we parked seasonally at a campground. It had a nice screened in porch off it, that my dad built, as well as TV and air conditioning. It had all your normal trailer amenities like a bathroom, beds, and a kitchen. However, we spent most of our days on the pond doing all sorts of fun stuff. Who cares if we wanted to sleep in comfort. Nowadays with my young boys, we use the cheaper option, a tent. I only agree to go for a long weekend because I’m not really a wilderness person. I do have a lot of fun camping with my family though and the boys really love it.
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What are the essentials for camping?
Now I have never camped in the wilderness, like all out live off the land or whatever craziness. I only camp in campgrounds that have electricity, running water, etc. Now you can say that’s not ‘real’ camping and I’m fine with that because that’s not for me. If you are camping at a campground, you still need to bring some essential items.
- Tent – I think this is a given. You need a protected place to sleep. A tent is the cheapest option.
- Sleeping bags – You need these or blankets and pillows, so you have a comfortable place to sleep. If your tent is big enough, you could even fit a couple of cots in it or an inflatable mattress, to help make it more comfortable.
- Flashlight – You will be wanting some sort of light source once it gets dark, so this is just a good idea to bring.
- Water – Bring bottles of water or if your campground has a water refill station, then bring reusable water bottles. Water is a must though.
- Pocket knife – It’s always a good idea to have one because you don’t know what you will come across. It’s just a great multipurpose tool that can cut rope, sharpen a stick, and other helpful things.
- Firestarter – You will need matches or a lighter to help you start that nightly campfire. Unless you are amazingly good with rubbing sticks or something, I suggest bringing a firestarter. I know I need one!
- First aid kit – This is also a given because you never know when accidents can happen, especially with kids. I feel like my boys are always cutting themselves on something.
- Portable grill – We use a little propane grill to cook some of our meals. While we have cooked food over an open fire, I prefer making our breakfast with the grill.
- Cooler – Store all refrigerated food items in a cooler packed with ice. The trick is to fill it up with ice the first day. The second day you will find most ice has melted. However, when you fill it up the second day, it will last longer because now all the items are properly chilled. We usually go for long weekends and this method works well for us.
I know when we pack up to go camping, it seems like we are practically bringing our house. However, it is definitely better to be prepared than not. And don’t forget ingredients to make s’mores!
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13 fun camping SVG files
- Camping is My Happy Place from That’s What Che Said
- Take a Hike from Persia Lou
- Let’s Go Camping from Pineapple Paper Co
- Home is Where We Park it from Brooklyn Berry Designs
- Camper Sweet Camper from We Can Make That
- Eat, Sleep, Camp, Repeat from Hello Creative Family
- My Camper is Calling and I Must Go from The Girl Creative
- Sleep Under the Stars from Liz on Call
- Glamping from Try It – Like It- Create It
- Bonfires & Booze from Everyday Party Magazine
- Making Memories from Happy Go Lucky
- Get Lost and Find Yourself from the unOriginal Mom
- Best Memories Made While Camping from Mom of 5 Trying to Survive
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