5 Things You Need To Know When Camping Without Electricity

In this day and age, camping has become more convenient. Most campsites offer electricity and other types of convenience. While this is ideal for families or beginners, plenty of people still want to experience the old-school style – camping with no electricity. If you’re planning for this kind of trip alone or with some buddies, there are certain things that you need to know and some helpful tips to follow to avoid the hassle.

Follow these valuable tips for a surefire fantastic camping trip without electricity:

Learn how to start a campfire

A campfire is one of the most important things to have when camping without electricity. It will be your most significant source of light and will also be your source of warmth during cold nights. That’s why it is crucial to learn how to start one from scratch if you don’t already. If you don’t know how to create one, make sure one of your buddies going on the trip with you knows how. Starting a campfire is one thing; keeping it ablaze is another, so make sure you bring the right tools with you to keep that campfire alive for as long as you need it.

Do some research about your campsite

Camping with no source of power indeed is a challenge, especially for first-timers. Make sure you are familiar with the area where you will be staying. Do some research and find out where the nearest road is, the most immediate area with electric power and the nearest hospital is. This is important in case of emergency. You will also know where to go if you run out of supplies.

Let someone know where you’re going

Even if you have extra batteries for your mobile phone, the signal in the woods might be weak, and it might become hard to communicate with anybody. It’s important to let a friend or a family member know where exactly you’re going and when you will come back for safety purposes.

Pack some good quality flashlights

Aside from basic camp essentials, bring a good quality flashlight which will be very useful as a source of light in the woods’ darkness. Bring a spare or two and some extra batteries.

Bring entertainment

Without electricity, what you can do in the woods is a bit limited, especially during the night. Don’t forget to bring a source of entertainment, whether for you or your friends. It could be some playing cards, a guitar or anything simple that will be fun!

Follow these simple tips for camping without electricity, and you’ll be ready!

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