things to bring

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 Plate
 Bowl
 Cup
 Utensils
 Hot beverage mug
 Water (at least a gallon or 2 per day)
 Other drinks
 Granola/protein bars
 Caffeine if you need it (tea, coffee, Monster)
 Trail mix or easy-carry munchies
 Any other snacks 

BRING EXTRA FOOD. Better safe than sorry

Night time

 Tent (or a REGISTERED r.v. or bus)
 Mattress
 Fitted sheet
 Flat sheet
 Blankets (it gets cold)
 Sleeping bag
 Pillow
 Ear plugs (even if you don't think you need them, you do! if not for sleeping, sometimes things can get a little loud!)

Cooking

 camp stove
 fuel
 lighter
 cooking pots and pans
 pot holder
 cleaning supplies- plastic sink, water, sponge, paper towels, soap 

Necessities

  Comfortable clothes
 Comfortable shoes
 Extra socks
 Sunscreen
 Bug spray
 Small day pack or backpack
 Refillable drink bottle
 Umbrella
 Carabiners
 Any medications you need
 Towels
 Bath stuff
 Head lamp
 Flashlight
 Toilet paper
 Baby wipes
 Hand fan
 Throw blankets
 Camp chair
 Poncho
 Hat(s)
 Costume clothes and accessories
 Aloe
 Batteries
 Chapstick
 Hand sanitizer
 Super glue
 Benadryl
 Parasol
 Hair brush
 Scrunchies
 Rain boots
 Jacket/ hoodie
 Warm coat
 Condoms
 Tampons/pads { bring something to discard these into! they do not belong in portos please }

maybe...

  Tarp
 Duct tape
 First aid
 Work gloves
 Scissors
 Multi tool
 Sewing kit
 Bug bite ointment
 Items to gift {if you want to}
 Alcohol (to drink!)
 TICKET!! 

AND HEY..

It MIGHT be a good idea to just go ahead and write a list of everything you've packed! it can help you to realize things that you may have forgotten! Also, it may help you to not leave anything behind when you are packing out to head home! check that list when you get there and when you leave! pack it in, pack it out!