1.)Plan your location
As it is said, “Knowing your enemy is half the battle.” In the same way, gathering as much information about your camping site is the foundation of a better camping experience. Get to know the weather and the terrain so book your trip accordingly. Also, find out whether your spot has good signal for your mobile phones, or at least, enough for calls and texts.
Pro tip: Camp that is near a town or a city. You will never know when you will need to go out for extra errands.
2.) Plan your fees
In any season of your life, budgeting will always come into play, more so when you and your family are out on a trip. Be aware of all the expenses you will be paying in person and be ready for extra fees that you might not have expected otherwise. Bring extra cash– not too much, just right. It will come in handy for unforeseen circumstances.
3.) Plan your meals
One of the highlights of any camping trips are the meals. Take into account that no matter what the meal is, it will taste great when you are out in the open, so plan simple. To make it easier, put your goods in safer and easier to cook forms, such as putting your eggs in jars instead of bringing it in a carton. Also, freeze as much food as you can. Pro tip: Freeze jugs of water instead of using crushed ice for storing. Jugs of water will last longer than crushed ice, and you can also drink those in the jug as it melts.