5 Last-Minute Christmas Camping Tips

Last Updated On January 9th, 2019 in General by

Christmas holidays are about excitement, enthusiasm, family, and friends. Did we miss something?

What about vacations?

Yup, no time of the year is the best time for a nice vacation than Christmas.



Well, were you planning a vacation in the countryside but couldn’t book a vacation this time? Don’t fret, here are 5 last-minute tips to arrange an amazing Christmas camping trip.


  1. Somewhere nearby – Last-minute plans tone down everything. Well, that doesn’t mean you will have lesser fun as compared to your regular, awaited camping trips. Plan a trip to a campsite not too far away. Closer the campsite, you have more time to relax and unwind with the family.


  1. Pack less – Do not rush to pack for a regular trip when you have decided to plan this trip on a short notice. Pick a spot which has easy supplies so that you spend more time with family or friends.


  1. Meal plan – No matter your camping trip is short or long, awaited or impulsive, food is important. Chalk out a meal plan based on your stay. Remember this trip is a last-minute trip and you don’t want to spend much time packing, cook pot meals for the camping trip.


  1. First-Aid – Equally important as food is the first-aid. No matter the duration of the camping trip or how less time you took to plan one, always carry a first-aid. In fact, it is imperative to pack a first-aid first on a last-minute camping trip as chances are you might forget it completely.


  1. Free campsites – Go for free campsites on a last-minute camping trip as they are first in, first served. A few free campsites are Ingar Campground (NSW), Briggen Park (QLD), Badden Powell (WA), Blue Pool (VIC).

Contact Xtend Outdoors.


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