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Tent accessories

Discussion in 'Shelter' started by AurelioLeo, Mar 19, 2013.

  1. AurelioLeo

    AurelioLeo Newbie

    What kind of tent accessories do you bring with you on your camping trip? I like to bring extra stakes, some 550 paracord, tent light, and a large tarp. I get alot of my camping suppiles at Walmart how about you?
  2. campforums

    campforums Founder Staff Member

    I clicked this thread to come in and post about a light but it looks like you already mentioned that. How do you mount the light inside your tent?

    What I normally do is just tie some rope around the test posts near the top and then hang a flashlight or battery powered lamp off it, its also good for hanging your clothes.
  3. Lita11

    Lita11 Newbie

    1) Bed
    2) Portable toilet
    3) food saver
  4. 2sweed

    2sweed Natural Camper Staff Member

    If my car is handy to my camp site I bring along a cot and lanterns and a cook stove. I also bring extra tarps for a extra ground cover, as well as, a tarp for over a picnic table and extra one for over my tent if needed. I like camping in the State Parks where all my friends and I, still use tents. So tent lights come in handy, plus flashlights for finding the bathroom in the middle of the night. And of course the good ole cooler & lots of food.
    If I am camping off in the woods the extra rope and tent stakes, and tarps are still a welcome sight if the weather turns nasty.
  5. AurelioLeo

    AurelioLeo Newbie

    reply: The model of tent I picked for myself has a small net that hangs down in which you can place a light there. I like to use my solar light with backup lithium battery power. I use it light at night and recharge it during the day. I like the lithium backup batteries just in case the solar power did die out. I got 40 lumens in which is plenty to brighten up a tent.
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