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Old 05-07-2013, 01:41 PM   #1
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Let's see your camping setup.

I'm in the market for some camping gear for wheelin'/fishing/camping and want to know what a good set up is. I'll mainly be by myself (my wife won't camp) I don't need a tent over $100 but I'd like to keep dry at least. Looking for ideas.

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OK, it's not a tent. But it is my camping setup.



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Yeah I love that setup, unfortunately my half ton is not recommended for a slide in camper. Cool setup!
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Yeah I love that setup, unfortunately my half ton is not recommended for a slide in camper. Cool setup!

Thanks Bro. But you know, there are several lighter, smaller slide-in campers designed for 1/2 tons. There are even slide-in's that are "pop up's" that have a lower profile for better "windage" and are very light. I'm just saying.....
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We're rocking a Wal-mart special right now, but probably next year we will be upgrading to an Oztent. This is what you need, http://www.oztent.com/jet-tents/jet-tent-bunker
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We're rocking a Wal-mart special right now, but probably next year we will be upgrading to an Oztent. This is what you need, http://www.oztent.com/jet-tents/jet-tent-bunker
Ouch, not for $500 I don't. They make a tent-cot similar to that for far less, like $140.
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How about putting a canopy on your truck? Keep you dry and half way warm as well as being able to keep gear in the back locked up.
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I have this tent and I really like it. It has been waterproof for me, great for 1 or 2 people, and it has an inner mesh layer when you remove the rain fly to keep you cool and the bugs out.

http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00...?ie=UTF8&psc=1



Sounds like you're using a pickup, but in the Zuk I like to use big tubs to keep everything together in tubs. I can lock those up decently if I leave the rig for a while. it takes a few minutes to string a cable through and lock up though.



I personally like a synthetic regular style sleeping bag. I made the mistake of buying a mummy bag.

I really like to have one of these for fresh water. I set it on the hood, with the spout hanging off so I have fresh water for cooking, washing hands, etc.


Get a cooler in the size you think you need, plus ice. Get the block ice, it lasts way longer. Or you can get a 12 volt cooler. I have one, and I have it run through a switch direct to the battery. I have it run all day, even when the rig is off. At night I turn it off. They draw little power and work pretty well. Typically they drop the temp 40* below outside temp. It may not be wise if you want to keep milk for a week.. but I have not tried.

I'm going to get a propane stove.. I hate carrying liquid fuel, filling it and spilling, and lighting it is a pain. Yes I know my stove is probably 50 years old, but my other white gas one is the same way.

Bring a 12 volt adapter for your cell phone or other things. I bring an inverter so I can charge AA batteries for GPS, batteries for the camera, GoPro, etc. Also get a much faster charge rate off the inverter than most 12 volt to USB adapters for the phone.

Those are just some things to make life a bit easier.. all you really need is a tent and sleeping bag.

The rest depends on your location, what you want to do, how much stuff you want to bring, etc. Obviously you don't need a water cooler, inverter, 12v cooler either.. but they're nice!

Oh also I like to bring a tarp and string it up between something.. especially if you don't have a large tent with a vestibule.



For all the small stuff that you'd be angry if you forgot, like a chair, TP, toothbrush, etc. just Google "camping list". Here is a pretty comprehensive list.

http://www.lovetheoutdoors.com/camping/checklists.htm
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How about putting a canopy on your truck? Keep you dry and half way warm as well as being able to keep gear in the back locked up.
Been thinking about this idea, I could fashion up some kind of simple framework and stretch some fabric or a tarp over it. Wouldn't keep the bugs out but I'd stay dry.

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All good stuff. I have a cooler and small charcoal grill and some other stuff already. I'll look into that tent. Yes I will be in a pickup my Tracker will not be street legal.
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look on craigslist for pick up bed toppers,sometimes find real nice ones real cheap.



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If you do that, be sure to get something to get you off the steel bed. Even an inflatable air mattress will feel cold when it's against the steel. Get foam or better yet build a plywood floor with storage areas that you can sleep on.
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It has a plastic bed liner in it now. I'll get a mattress of some kind maybe a air style mattress to lay on in the bed.
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I can go from one extreme to another. Like backpacking or pushing a canoe up a trail with my camping gear in it.



But so worth it


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But I still like to throw the tent and gear on the rack and get out.

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I'm actually liking this idea more and more. The only con is it renders my truck bed virtually worthless to haul anything.

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I suppose I could make it into 2 sections and make it removable.
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having done the p-up cap thing, I would steer you to tenting it.

the cap will be hot; and if it's buggy you have to keep it closed.
When I used the cap on my bed, I threw a large piece of screen over the open t-gate/rear window and it helped, but still very little cross-ventilation.
I had also built up the floor over wheelwells, and that does not leave a lot of room to sit up...

ask yourself how often will you camp?


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Truck tent... Never tried one, but always wanted to. It lets you use your truck bed, and keeps you off the ground when you need to sleep. This is the cheapest I found with a quick search.. Most are in the $150-$200 range but can probably be found cheaper on ebay.
http://www.campersland.com/spzcliptr...FeNhMgodkUQAjw


Edit: Just realized those are only for GM trucks (?).. Here's the link to the others.. http://www.campersland.com/trucktents.html
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Another vote for a slide in

Though I'm loving our new toy hauler too.



I also swing one extreme to the other. Some camping is in camper, while wheeling. Other is minimalist camping out of a kayak in middle-of-nowhere Ozark mountain areas. My suggestions, though not the cheapest options, are all quality pieces that have kept me comfortable & dry in some of the nastiest camping situations imaginable.

Eureka Tents. I have camped probably close to 200 nights in these bad boys now. I have NEVER been wet. I've got both a solo & a 3XT apex models. A good friend has a 2XT. The solo is for minimalist kayak camping, but takes a devoted minimalist to use it. It's small, & not much is fitting in there with you. The 2XT is perfect for 1 person, the 3XT fits 2 people with gear very comfortably.

Thermorest sleep pads. Again, I've got 2 "basecamp" models, that are bigger for basic camping, & a smaller backpacking model for use out of the kayak. Hands down my favorite sleep pad ever used.

I use a cheap inflatable pillow that rolls up with my sleeping bag. As for sleeping bag, that's a full personal preference, & I have 3 that suit needs for year round camping.

Passed that, it's just a matter of how you're eating & what you're doing. A good nights sleep makes for a better day of whatever you're doing while out there.

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Truck tent... Never tried one, but always wanted to. It lets you use your truck bed, and keeps you off the ground when you need to sleep. This is the cheapest I found with a quick search.. Most are in the $150-$200 range but can probably be found cheaper on ebay.
http://www.campersland.com/spzcliptr...FeNhMgodkUQAjw


Edit: Just realized those are only for GM trucks (?).. Here's the link to the others.. http://www.campersland.com/trucktents.html
My truck is a GMC, damn $72.00 I can handle that is definitely the cheapest truck bed tent I have seen. I think that is the way to go for me.
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Yeah I saw that too.. Better hurry!! I wish I had the extra cash for one right now!
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http://www.sears.com/shc/s/p_10153_1...30-172643114-2 this is what i use if i am just taking one rig and myself and if i take the gooseneck i usually throw a friends pickup camper on it but hope to buy a popup and mount it on the neck soon
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