Looking to have more fun on your next camping trip?These DIY camper tricks will give you the best camp setup ever!
Camping is the perfect vacation. You’re surrounded by nature, you end the day by a campfire, and you eat delicious camping food. It doesn’t get much better than that!
But we’ve found that over the years, a few DIY camping hacks can make a good camping trip a great one. One of my favorite camper hacks is when we made our own fire starters which saved us a ton of time and frustration on those relaxing nights spent under the stars.
Luckily, there are even more DIY camper tricks just like that one. And we’ve compiled a list of some of our favorites today. We hope these camping ideas for families help you hack your way to an even more enjoyable camping trip!
Did you know it’s super simple to make your own fire starters? They’re a great way to get your campfire going with little effort! (Bonus: they’re made mostly from things you’d just toss or recycle anyway.)
Nothing is worse than camping in the middle of nowhere and finding out you’re missing some essential camping item. This camping survival kit has you covered. It’s got essential camping items like first aid items, dish soap, hand sanitizer, a flashlight, and the almighty duct tape.
Here’s another great DIY camper trick. Bugs are one of the downsides of being out in nature. Unfortunately, most commercial bug repellents are full of chemicals that aren’t great for your body. Go natural and make this essential oil based bug repellent.
Sometimes kids need to burn off some energy. This project using pool noodles will let the kids safely duke it out. I bet the adults will play too. Now you can have your own version of American Gladiators at your campsite.
I love walking around campgrounds and seeing how everyone has personalized their campsite. These personalized camping chairs are a super fun thing to do at your campsite. Now you can customize your own campsite.
I hope you were able to find some fun things to do at your campsite with our DIY camper tricks! I’d love to know what your favorite DIY camping hacks are.