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If you're looking for an inexpensive option for a family vacation, a camping trip may be just what the doctor ordered. Most beginners have no idea what to expect from a trip to the mountains and tend to go a little overboard buying camp equipment and supplies that they probably won't even use. There's also the possibility of buying high quality, high tech tents, sleeping bags and backpacks that work great, but are far too elaborate for a simple family outing. You probably won't need as much as you think, but if you think all you need is a backpack, sleeping bag and a knife, you might want to familiarize yourself with these common pieces of camping and outdoor equipment you'll need.

  • Pocket Knife - You'll probably need a good pocket knife and to use, with the multiple tools provided this is a great item. Go ahead and splurge on a high quality knife, you won't be sorry.
  • Fire Starters - It wouldn't be camping without a campfire, so be sure to bring plenty of wood, kindling and fire starting supplies. Just be certain to obey all campfire bans and pay attention. A small camp fire can get out of control before you know what's happened.
  • Tents - Unless you're traveling in a motor home, you'll want a good tent. Families who aren't camping in the winter can get away with large, cheap tents sold at big box retailers. If you're doing back country camping, you might want something that's rated to cooler temperatures.
  • Portable Stove - For those who decide not to have a fire in the great outdoors then a portable stove if for you. Usually running off of propane or even electricity, it is a safe and effective tool to prepare food.
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    Tradition Creek, Llc
    106 West Water Street Suite 5, Saint Paul, MN 55106
    Wilderness outfitters and sales of camping equipment and cabin décor provider offering exceptional selections of all your favorite brands and equipment. Make us your trusted source for all your camping merchandise including tents, apparel, boots, and equipment.
    (651) 246-6383
    Gloege's Northern Sun Canoe Outfitters
    30153 Huntersville Rd, Sebeka, MN 56477
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    (218) 472-3250
     
    User Review: "The gloeges took excellent care of us. They're totally friendly and kind. They drove us and the canoe up the river, even..." - Christy (MN)
    Rei
    750 American Blvd W, Minneapolis, MN 55420
    (952) 884-4315
    Minnesota Surplus & Outfitters
    218 W Superior St, Duluth, MN 55802
    (218) 727-1333
    Paumco Products Inc
    500 Congress St W, Maple Lake, MN 55358
    (320) 963-3868
    Scout Shop
    14250 Plymouth Ave, Burnsville, MN 55337
    (952) 892-0206
    Red Rock Wilderness Store
    2267 Fernberg Rd, Ely, MN 55731
    (218) 365-4512
    Rei
    1955 County Road B2 W Ste 1, Saint Paul, MN 55113
    (651) 635-0211
    Boy Scouts Of America
    5300 Glenwood Ave, Minneapolis, MN 55422
    (763) 545-4550
    MidWest Mountaineering
    309 Cedar Ave S, Minneapolis, MN 55454
    (612) 339-3433
    Northern Surplus
    325 3rd St Nw, Bemidji, MN 56601
    (218) 751-6866
    Farm Island Lake Resort & Campground
    29551 Pioneer Ave, Aitkin, MN 56431
    (218) 927-3841
    Boy Scouts of America St Paul Scout Shop
    393 Marshall Ave, Saint Paul, MN 55102
    (651) 224-4175
    Hilltop Trailer Sales
    7050 11th Ave Sw, Rochester, MN 55902
    (507) 252-1481
    Tyrol Ski & Sports
    1923 2nd St Sw, Rochester, MN 55902
    (507) 288-1683


    Camping enthusiasts have a love for the great outdoors. But they need the proper supplies and equipment to go out. Sleeping bags, flashlights, blankets, backpacks, and first aid kits are all supplies that campers need to spend time at a campground. Some people prefer to rough it and stay in tents when they camp, while others like to travel in style with RVs. Camping—the act of sleeping in a tent, trailer or cabin in the woods—can be a fun way to spend a vacation, either for a night or a week, or even more. It's also typically cheaper than staying in a hotel. People have been camping recreationally for years, especially with the advent of national parks within the last century or so. National parks provide the public with access to natural wonders, brimming with wildlife, lakes, and mountains. Campgrounds are popular places to be during the warm weather. They offer playgrounds, family activities, pools, campfires, and more. Those who like to go for hikes will need insulated beverage containers, backpacks, flashlights, and first aid supply equipment. Those who love to grill, cook, or picnic will need to buy baskets, blankets, portable stoves, matches, and coal. Many campsites feature picnic tables where families can gather to eat their hot dogs and hamburgers. Portable stoves are a good investment for the serious camper, especially for use within a camper or RV. Fire pits are also a typical fixture at campsites, allowing kids and adults alike to roast their marshmallows. You may need a knife, sleeping bag, flashlight, cooler, and even wood for your fire. You can stock up on these items at an outdoor outlet beforehand, or pick up some essentials at campground convenience shops. Most campgrounds sell the basics, such as snacks, drinks, ice, bug spray, and firewood.
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