I have an organization problem.
And I just can’t settle on one method or another.
Paper? Or digital?
A home calendar on the fridge, or smartphone apps that sync in the cloud?
Ugh! I love paper but I’m never around it when I need to check something! And when we’re camping, almost all paper ends up being a fire starter, at least, for us it does.
Do you have this problem too? Get organized for your seasonal camping trips, once and for all. Check this out:
This past year, we’ve camped in various places, which is something new for us. We’ve never camped outside of the Algonquin realm before (it kinda felt like we were cheating!) but we’!ve had so much fun.
When I came across the term, ‘camping binder’, the organizational freak in me lit up like you wouldn’t believe. With administration as my background, I’m a huge fan of anything organizational (you should see me at back-to-school!)
Yessiree, I love me a new way to get organized. I wanted to make a binder for myself, and so I’m sharing my new goodies with YOU! Download and print these pdfs, which will fit in a standard three-ring binder, and get ready for the next camping season!
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- Binder cover
- Campground Review Sheet
- Blank Calendar Page
I’ve included a campground review page so that you can keep track of the good and bad things about particular parks you stay at. I find this helpful since we’ve been venturing out of our Algonquin Park zone and camping in a few different parks. It will help to jog your memory when you book your reservations the following year.
The “calendar page”
- Contact Page
- Supplies Checklist (get the ideal list here)
- Campground Activities
To download the entire binder, including the supplies checklist (not shown because it’s a site freebie when you sign up for my mailing list), click the image to download the zip file:
Now that you’ve got the supplies to get organized for your camping season, go forth and camp!