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47 essentials to pack for your next camping trip, starting at $5

What every happy camper needs.

Because it takes place in the great outdoors — where Mother Nature can be awfully unforgiving —there's an added pressure of packing when going on a camping trip. What you bring, or forget to bring, really does determine whether or not you'll ever want to sleep under the stars again.

Shop TODAY rounded up some great camping gear that you'll definitely want by your side as you rough it during your next trip. From a cooler that floats (and keeps your favorite drinks cold for 24 hours) to a two-second tent that comes pre-assembled to kid-friendly water toys, here's what you should consider packing if you plan on camping this summer.

Continue reading the fulll article to learn more about the packing essentials written by Katie Jackson and Sierra Hoeger here.

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October 3, 2023

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