How to Pack an Emergency Case for a Camping Trip

Are you going camping? Have you ever wondered if you needed to bring a emergency case? You need to bring one just in case. What if you get splinters? What if you get cuts? That is why you need to bring an emergency case.

Steps

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    Pack a whole pack of bandages. You will need them in case you get a cut.
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    Also pack a pair of tweezers in case someone gets an splinter. You don't want to get an infection!
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    Bring a few walkie-talkies. The number of walkie-talkies you need to bring depends on how many people are in your family.
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    Pack a flashlights and few spare batteries. You will need them when you're outside in the dark.
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    Bring a few medicines in case you get sick during the camping trip. Use the medicine until you get to the hospital.
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    Bring antiseptics in case of a cut or scrape
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    Bring a notebook and pen in case you really need to write something.
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    A knife can always come in handy when in an emergency situation as long as you stay safe
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    Last but not least, make sure to bring a snakebite kit.

Tips

  • Bring some matches when you need to start a fire on the firewood. Be sure to keep them in a plastic bag or covered in wax so they don't get wet! Some decent fire starters are lint and newspaper.
  • Bring pretzels or some other food with high carbohydrate or protein levels to keep up your energy level.
  • Bring an emergency dollar bill in case you run out of money and you really need to buy a bottle of water.
  • A lighter with full fuel works better then matches because it occupies less space and has more uses.

Warnings

  • Do not harm the animals. The park rangers will not let you camp there and they will make you pay a fine.
  • Do not bring anything illegal to the camping trip, such as fireworks or guns (unless you are properly trained and licensed).

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Categories: Survival Kits | Camping