10 Easy DIY Camping Hacks From Pinterest


10 of the easiest DIY things to do before you go camping.
10 Easy DIY Camping Hacks from Pinterest
Dip Cotton Balls in Paraffin Wax for Fire starters
Freeze Jugs of Drinking Water to Help Cut Down on Ice in the Cooler
Make a Floating Cooler from a Plastic Tub, Rope, and a Pool Noodle
Pack Outfits in Individual Bags
Put a Solar Lamp in a Terra Cotta Pot for a Table Lamp
Roll Up Plastic Shopping Bags for Easy Trash Bags Outside
Slit the Sides of a Tote Bag for an Easy Wood Carrier
Store Spices in a Pill Separator
Use a Coffee Can to Keep Toilet Paper Dry
Use a Washed Out Laundry Jug Filled with Water for a Hand Washing Station

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  • Lynn
    on Jul 8, 2016

    Outside loo: You'll need a 5 gallon bucket, a pool noodle and plastic bags. 1) Line the bucket with the trash bag. 2) Slit the noodle lengthwise and cut it shorter so that it fits about 3/4 of the way around the rim of the bucket. 3) Slip the noodle onto the rim of the bucket. 4) Thread a roll of toilet paper onto the bucket handle for easy access. When each person is done, they tie up their bag and put another one on for the next person. All used bags should be stored in a much larger bag for disposal late on. If you use plastic biodegradable bags, you won't have to worry about the environment! Privacy while you do your thing isn't always an option. But hey, it's camping!

  • Vallaree Spires
    on Sep 19, 2019

    Smart idea. Better than Duggar’s hole and putting your rump over a stump like we did.

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