Glamping Checklist

The “Glamping checklist” is a camping checklist for when you are going camping in more “luxurious” camping environment.

Glamping is Camping done in a glamorous way. Many people will not entertain the thought of proper camping due to the effort needed to set up a tent, the lack of electricity and the cooking on camp stoves.

Glamping is a half way house that allows many of the comforts of a stay in a cottage or cabin whilst still being a type of camping.

This glamping checklist assumes:

  • The tent is already there and set up for you
  • The tent has electrical supply
  • You need your own bedding (some sites provide glamping bedding but generally you will need to bring your own)
  • You need your own cooking facilities

You should always check what is provided at your glamping site.

It’s fairly obvious, but check with the tent provider or site owner to see what’s provided and cross it off the glamping checklist. There’s no point taking more than you need to and any unnecessary items can be crossed off your glamping checklist.

Glamping Checklist

Packing

Cooking

Backpacks / bags Water carrier
Bags – Tent bag, plastic bags, etc. Thermos
Storage boxes if needed Stove with fuel/propane
Ice Chests Matches/lighter
Day packs / small rucksacks Campfire grill/BBQ grill
Newspapers for lighting a fire
Glamping Bedding Charcoal and Grill for BBQ
Sleeping bags Frying Pan
Sheets/blankets Pans with lids
Pillows Potholders/oven mitts
Air mattress (if needed)
Air pump (if needed)

Dishes / Utensils

Repair kit for air mattress Plates
Utility bags for storage Mugs (insulated with lids)
Duvets (if you’ve got room!) Bowls
Knives, Forks, Spoons and Teaspoons

Furniture

Sharp knives
Folding table(s) Can opener
Folding chairs Corkscrew / Bottleopener
Folding Shelves Potato peeler
Door Mat Wooden spoon
Fish slice

Lighting – Check batteries!

Tongs
Torches Chopping board
Head Torch Skewers/grill forks
Spare batteries Thermos flask?
Lantern Tablecloth/thumb tacks/clips
Lighter (as in cigarette) Paper plates, cups, bowls, etc.
Matches (water proof) Plastic knives, forks, spoons
Spare lantern fuel / batteries Scissors
Citronella Candles Coffee pot
Beer mugs / wine glasses

Food and Drink

Jug / Pitcher
Cooking Oil Picnic Blankets / rugs
Salt, Pepper, Spices, Sugar
Coffee and Tea (don’t forget SUGAR!)

Cleaning up

Butter Washing Up Liquid
Milk, juice, soft drinks Dish Cloth
Sauces Tea Towels
Fruit Rubbish bags
Bread Paper towels
Snacks Scrub pad/brillo
Food * Dust pan/brush
* What food to take depends on how long you’re going for and where you are staying. We can’t cover every option in this list. Tissues
Hand wipes
Anti-bacterial lotion
Washing powder / liquid

Storage

Containers for food storage

Tools

Aluminum Foil Compass/GPS
Folding shelves Maps/directions
Ziplock bags Guidebooks
Cling Film Basic tool kit
Saw/axe

Washroom and Personal Items

Swiss Army knife / Multi tool
Toilet paper Whistle
Towels/flannels Fire extinguisher
Soap in plastic case Scissors
Shampoo Work gloves
Deodorant Small shovel
Comb/brush
Razor and shaving cream

Entertainment

Tooth brushes/tooth paste Books/magazines/Kindle
Make up Camera / charger
Personal medications – take extra Camcorder / charger
Feminine products Fishing rods / nets
Extra toilet paper Football / cricket set
Sunglasses Cards/games/toys
Makeup / mirror Musical instruments/song books
Radio

Clothes

Frisbee
Shoes/boots
Jeans/trousers

Miscellaneous

Shorts First aid kit
T-shirts Sunscreen/chapstick
Socks/extra socks Bug repellant/candles
Hats/gloves/scarves Plastic grocery bags
Bandana Safety pins
Sweatshirt/jacket Travel Clock
Underwear Money/ID/credit card/change
Sleep clothes Clothesline and pegs
Rain gear Small sewing kit
Swim suit/towel Umbrellas
Laundry bag Travel alarm clock
Shower shoes/flip flops Notepad/pen
Binoculars

If you have electrical Hookup

Rope/clothes line
Elec hookup cable Duct tape/electrical tape
Power strip Watch
Travel Fridge / cooler
Lamp
Phone chargers
Fan Heater (if cold)
kettle
Fan (if hot)
Hair Dryer

If you have any other items you think should be added to our glamping checklist please let us know by visiting our contact page.

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