Boy Scout Outdoor Equipment


Don't mark stuff off until it's *in* your pack
Clothing Personal Equipment Extras
Full Uniform
Long Pants
Hiking boots or sturdy shoes
T-Shirt (pref camp shirts)
Extra shoes
Plenty extra socks/underwear
Pajamas
Warm Weather...
Shorts
Extra T-Shirt (pref camp shirts)
Light Shoes/sandals
Light jacket (Good for Rain)
Sweater or warm jacket
    (wool or warm synthetic)
Cold Weather...
Extra Pair Long Pants
Long Underwear
Sweat Shirt
Winter Gloves
Warm Hat
Heavy coat (or Capote)
Tent
Ground Cloth Tarp
Backpack (and rain cover)
Sleeping bag
cot/air mattress
    (+solid pad in cold weather)
Mess Kit
    (plate, cup, bowl, fork, spoon)
Scout book
Pen/pencil small notebook
Garbage bags (many uses) [2]
Wrist watch
Sunglasses
Insect repellant
Lip Balm
Pillow
Binoculars
Fishing gear
Swimsuit/cut-offs & towel
Snorkel/Mask
Stool/Chair
whiskbroom
Photo equipment
Alarm Clock
Space Blanket
Water Purifier
Lantern
Bandanna
Laundry Bag (long camps)
Clothes Pins
Spending Money$$
Personal Hygiene Kits Kitchen/Cooking utensils & Tools Organized (Council) Camps
Toothbrush
Toothpaste
Floss
Shampoo
Soap
Comb
Towel
Washcloth
Deodorant
Nail clipper (many uses)
Toilet paper
Stove/Grill [2]
Fuel [2]
Dining fly [2]
Cookware [2]
Pot/Pan [2]
Food
Cooler(s) [2]
Can Opener (usu on knife)
Coffee & pot
Dishpan(s) [2]
Hammer [2]
Medical Exam Form
Tools & supplies for chosen Merit Badges
Spending $ for Merit badge supplies, extras
SASE for letters home
12 Scout Outdoor Essentials (These are kept in scout Day Pack) First Aid Kit SPL First Aid Kit
Pocketknife (NO sheath knives)
Personal First aid kit
Rain Gear (rain coat, poncho)
Canteen or water bottle (must have even if using a hydro pack)
Flashlight (spare batteries/bulb)
Trail food (Snacks/jerky/gorp)
Matches, Flint and Steel and lighter (must have all 3 in pack)
Sun protection (small travel size)
Compass
Whistle (Emergency Signal Only)
Rope (small strand Nylon or better) 30' minimum
Work Gloves
Other items that are good but not required
Duct Tape (not a whole roll just small amount)
Insect repellant (small travel size)
small sewing kit with safety pins
Utility Knife (Leatherman tool)
Small Binoculars
Garbage Bags (2 Heavy Duty)
Extra Flashlight (a rechargeable is best)
Small package of Zip Ties (15-30)
Ace bandages
Moleskin
Latex gloves
Triangular Bandage
Antibiotic Ointment
Alcohol Swabs
Scissors
Tape (medical tape)
Cotton Swabs
Tweezers
1"&2"Gauze Roll
Antiseptic
2Gauze pads 3-by-3inch
Assorted Bandages
Snake bite kit
Chewable Tylenol
Antihistamine
EpiPen (Adult and Junior)
Ibuprofen and Aspirin
Sting Relief
[2] Might be Supplied by Troop in Patrol box someday...
NO ELECTRONICS ARE ALLOWED IN CAMP! Sorry, no Cell Phones, no MP3 players, etc.
NO PERSONAL FOOD ITEMS ARE TO BE KEPT IN TENTS (or anything else bears can smell!)
All personal gear will be carried in your pack or duffle bag. Mark all of your gear with your name and Troop 320. Keep your gear organized in the same pack/duffle throughout camp (this makes it much easier to break camp and tote stuff back home).

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