When camping, you can relax, breathe in the fresh air and wake up to exciting views that you can't see from the city. If you're still new to car camping, there are basics you need to grasp before you head for the wild.

1. Make A Plan Before You Start

Planning is key. So the first step is to determine where you want to camp, whether there are any fire restrictions in the camping area and if it is a commercial campsite, please make sure to book in advance.

Car campsites can be divided into docked car campsites and conventional car campsites in terms of functional equipment.

The docking car campsite is a simple facility that serves only as a place for people to resupply and take a short break during their journey. Whereas the conventional car campsite is much larger, with tent camping areas, sports and leisure areas, shops, restaurants, baths and other areas for daily living, and cottage accommodation.

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2. Know Your Surroundings

Before driving to the area where you want to camp, especially when planning your route, take note of the location of the nearest petrol stations, you don’t want to be on the road with an empty tank, supermarkets, grocery shops, and even hospitals and emergency centers in case something happens.

Find out about local policies and regulations, such as whether fires are allowed near forests or in woods, and whether camping is allowed in some country parks.

3. Wash Your Food Before You Left Home

When packing your food, it is good to wash and dry your vegetables and fruit at home before you pack them. Then when you arrive at camp you can start cooking. Sometimes the water is limited when camping, so this simple tip will help you save water and make camp cooking more efficient.

4. Take Away Your Trash

This is a very easy thing to do, but the environmental awareness and quality of many campers need to be improved, and no one wants to come to a campsite where there is rubbish everywhere. Don't forget to pack your rubbish and make sure you secure your packaging so it doesn't get blown around by a gust of wind. Check if there are any special rules for waste disposal where you are camping.

5. Disconnect From Social Media

Last but not the least, try saying goodbye to your social life for a short period. A short break away from your daily social life is very important for mental health, especially with the high-paced urban population, and we all need to do this.

It's important that the people you camp with are fully engaged in the activity, that you are aware of the interesting things around you, and that looking up at the night sky at night is relaxing.

Be patient about planning. A think ahead could save you thousands of troubles. Besides good preparation, a set of handy tools and gadgets could make your camping experience way more enjoyable.

1. Flashlight

A must-have item. In the event of an emergency at night, light can help you escape or defend yourself. After all, most beasts are afraid of the light. So it is a good idea to have a few.

2. Damp-proof Mats

A damp mat is arguably the most important piece of equipment apart from a tent. With a damp mat, you can not only insulate your body from the cold of the ground but also keep out small insects and improve the softness of your back. Helps you sleep.

3. Insect Repellent

Camping is mostly in the mountains or near streams, where there are many mosquitoes and insects, so make sure you have insect repellent with you.

4.Tents and Canopies

Regardless of which type of camping you do, apart from caravan camping which comes with a place to live, all other types of camping require a short-term 'shelter' and a tent is the easiest and quickest way of getting there.

5.Folding Table

Camping is only complete with a folding table, regardless of the size of the table, as long as there is a small table for physical use, cooking utensils etc on the table is a completely different feel to having everything thrown on a picnic mat.