organizing

If you are a camper, you know very well how easy it is for clothes, food, and gears to be in a chaotic mess. In some cases, you’ll find yourself spending a lot of your time outdoors rummaging through your things trying to find what you need. To avoid all that and to make sure that you make the most out of your time while camping, here are some storage and organization tips for campers like you.

How To Stay Organized While Camping

  1. Keep it lightweight and organized

Make good use of your bag’s pockets to keep and organize the things you want to bring for camping. Assign which pocket will hold your toiletries and which one will hold your snacks. The point here is to have a place for the things you wish to bring with you.

  1. Color code your dry bags

Organize your gear using color coded dry bags. This way, you’ll know what you’re grabbing especially when you are in a hurry.

  1. Use see-through storage bins

If you’re going on a car camping trip, it’s best to bring see through storage bins. They will keep your gears secure while allowing you to see what’s inside without taking the lid off.

  1. Keep scented/smelly stuff in one place

When you are packing for a camping trip, you should keep smelly things in one bag or box so they won’t contaminate your other camping gear.

  1. Enjoy multi-use items

You need to know how much gear you are bringing. This is one of the best ways to stay organized while you are camping. One of the best ways to do this is to focus on bringing gear items that serve multiple functions.

  1. Fanny pack

Organize your gear using a fanny pack. It helps you keep the things you need easily accessible.

  1. Prepare storage for your trash

Don’t forget to bring something where you can store your trash. You can use old grocery store bags, for example.

  1. Use compression sacks

Compression sacks are perfect for storing gear when your space is too small. They are lightweight and you can compress your sleeping bags, clothes, and other camping gears.

  1. Poop bag

What would you do if nature calls while you are out camping? Make a poop bag! It contains everything you need when that call comes. These includes toilet paper, hand trowel, and hand sanitizer.

  1. Create a hand and dishwashing station

Set up a separate space for hand and dishwashing. Doing so will keep your campsite in order.

  1. Make a clothesline

If you are camping for several days, one camping storage idea that you may find helpful is to create a clothesline. You can use it to air out and hang your stinky hiking clothes or life jackets or wet clothes.

  1. Place gears in hard sided containers

Apart from hanging things, use hard sided containers to store your gear while you keep it secure from critters you find in the camp site.

  1. Use mini containers for spices

You don’t have to eat boring food just because you are camping. Find mini containers where you can store your favorite spices.

  1. Portable drawers are your best friend

Don’t overlook the importance of having portable drawers. These are one great way of staying organized while camping. They’re best for keeping things that are not in use or to store your gear.

  1. Prepare a camping grab bag

One of the most frustrating aspect of camping is getting yourself out the door. The preparation needed for this activity can be overwhelming and that’s why many people end up staying at home instead. So, it’s better to prepare a camping grab bag well before you decide to have a camping trip. Pack everything you need so you know you’re ready once you decide to have a last minute camping with friends or family.

Staying organized is crucial whether you are at the campsite, at home or, in the office. If you need help in decluttering or home organizing, call Brunswick Organizing Solutions now.

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