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No matter if you camp for just a 3-day weekend or whether you are a full time RVer, there's no reason that you should have to sacrifice comfort for a great time in the outdoors. These crazy camping tips will help make for a fun and interesting outdoor adventure.

1. Make a portable washing machine with a bucket and plunger.

Makeshift portable washing machine for camping
Get directions here.

2. Make a grilled crescent roll over the fire. Stuff it when cream cheese, marshmallows or chocolate to make it taste even better.

Grill crescent rolls on the fire

3. Make a lantern using a bottle of mountain dew + baking soda + peroxide. 

Mountain Dew lantern with baking soda

4. Also, to make another lantern, wrap a headlamp flashlight around a jug of water. Instant lantern!

Milk jug lantern

5. Place foam tiles on the floor of a tent to make it softer to walk and sleep on.

Soft tiles on bottom of tent

6. Roast a starburst over the fire.

Roasted starburst over fire for camping
Source: clarkandsuz.blogspot.com

7. Makeshift toilet using a bucket and milk crate. Recommended only for emergencies. 

Makeshift toilet for camping. Cheap toilet for camping.

8. Cook cinnamon rolls in an empty orange peel.

Cinnamon in orange peel
Directions here.

Let us know if you have any other crazy camping tips and hacks that would be beneficial.

Posted: February 11, 2014

Tags: Tips & Tricks   Tutorials & How-Tos  


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