Be sure to think safety first.
When adventuring out in the backcountry or to a local campground, safety should come first.
To ensure everyone has a fun and enjoyable time, be sure and read our camping safety tips.
Always have this knowledge handy, so you will be able to have a safe, fun, relaxing, memorable camping trip.
Be sure to go over this safety list with everyone in your group before leaving on your adventure.
Do you know where you’re going?
Research the area.
Where will you be camping? Near a lake or some water, in the backcountry, or just up the local mountain. Each area has its own gear to bring to ensure safety.
Do you know what kind of wildlife is in the area? If your somewhere, you could potentially meet up with a bear or those pesky mosquitos. Whichever it might be, you want to be prepared to ward off either one of them. So check out the area so you are prepared.
HOW ARE YOU CAMPING?
You need to consider who you are taking, and if it’s someone elderly, kids or even your pet, you need to know how you will be camping.
Will you have a tent or a trailer? Can you do a lot of hiking, or would you be just staying in a local campground? To ensure safety, these are questions to be discussed before you leave on your trip.
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To ensure you have a peaceful camping experience, Woodlands offers camping cabins and top-notch camping sites with fire pits, picnic tables, washrooms, and so much more.
Woodlands is your go-to for all your camping styles.
Bring a first aid kit.
Always be prepared; we have no control of the wild outdoors.
You can purchase first aid kits which have the basic and add in your own extras.
- Antiseptic wipes
- Gauze pads
- Safety pins
- Small pair of scissors
- EpiPen ( if someone has an allergy)
- Allergy medicine
- Chemical heat and cold packs
- Cotton swaps, balls
- Digital thermometer
- Elastic bandages
- Latex gloves
- Petroleum jelly
- Sunblock Lotion or spray
- Magnifying glass for splinters or even starting a fire
- Matches for fire starter
- Empty zipper-lock bags to the bag used items for safety.
- Aspirin or Ibuprofen
Always plan for different kinds of weather while camping. Nothing ruins a camping trip like a downpour of rain if you’re unprepared.
Pack light rain gear to wear over your clothes; they will fit easily in your backpack.
To enjoy the time of a downpour when you’re at camp, make sure to pack some easy card games or board games or even a good book. Sometimes just sitting, relaxing and listening to rain is good for the soul.
Wouldnt be a camping trip without a campfire and toasted Marshmallows.
Campfires can be dangerous if not build and contented correctly, so practice fire safety.
Here are some fire safety measures while camping.
- Use a fire pit ring or put rocks in a circle to content fire.
- Know which way the wind is blowing
- Clear all debris from around the fire pit
- Keep chairs, tents, propane bottles any flammable items away from the fire.
- Never leave a fire unattended.
- Have water bucket close by
- Check that fire is out, recheck, add water.
- Pack an Axe