Camping

We’ve stayed in Lower Wray and Wasdale campsites both run my National Trust. They are very clean campsites with modern facilities. (More info)

…..Looking forward to going again

Essentials
Tent
Sleeping bag/duvet
Air Mattress/Inflator/ground sheet
Pillow
Mallet
Compass and Prayer Mat/Sheet
Lanterns, torches & batteries
Lighter, matches
Spare batteries and bulbs
Washbag including toothbrush!
Towel
Loo roll/Water bottle
Halal Marshmallows
Tea, coffee, sugar, milk

Cooking Essentials
Food
Gas burner and/or BBQ or fire basket
Appropriate fuel for above
Tin opener
Cool box & Ice packs
Newspapers or kindling for getting a fire going
Saucepans, frying pan, lids
Thermos
Plastic bags/bin liners
Cooking oil
Mugs/cups/glasses
Plates/bowls
Very sharp knife
Tongs
Cutlery
Dish cloth/sponge
Bucket for washing up
Washing-up liquid
Tea Towel
Aluminium Foil & cling wrap

Camping Comfort
Ear plugs
Eye mask
Insect repellent
Sun cream
Painkillers
Tweezers for splinters and other nasties
Antiseptic wipes, plasters and bandages
First Aid kit
Cash, bank cards
Pocket knife
map and information on the surrounding area
Safety pins – always useful
Camera and extra battery
Books/Magazines
Frisbee/Badminton set/Cricket Set/Rugby Ball/Football
Clothesline and pegs if away for a while

Extras
Walking Boots
Flip flops (handy for ablution)
Bicycle (if you have space on your car)
Candles

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