Items I carry for camping are few. After all, everything I need is in my small motorhome Tardis. For the times I spend outside, I do have a few things that make camping more enjoyable.
Two folding camp chairs provide outside seating. The straight back type with a side table and cup holder is the one I use most. The sling back seat with cup holder is for a possible guest. Both are made by Ozark Trail. The small fold up table is meant for holding extras, but it rarely gets used.
Mostly I cook on the stove inside my rig. But, on occasion I grill outside with this small propane stove by Char-broil. I really wanted a charcoal or wood grill. But, sometimes they are not allowed, while propane ones are. Plus, a wood fire can always be done in a rock or metal fire ring.
Fiskar clippers and an Estwing hatchet are handy when preparing kindling and firewood. The Coleman folding shovel can be used for cleaning a fire pit or digging a cat hole. Believe it or not the Forest Service requires you to have a hatchet and shovel when camping.
I use the orange leveling blocks by Lynx, as they are more durable. Currently, 39 blocks are carried along with a couple of pieces of half-inch plywood. And yes, there have been times when I needed all of them to get level. Boondocking is my preferred way to camp.
I’m not sure a bike counts as camping gear. However, it’s useful for exploring an area, checking out iffy roads before driving them with my RV, and as an escape pod in case of a breakdown. Not to mention it’s fun for trail riding.
Camp: Various locations
Scene: Items for camping