What to expect and include

The Ultimate Glamping Checklist

Most times, we try to find a mid-point between comfort and adventure; this is when glamping comes to mind. There is no other better way to describe the world of glamour and camping. If you are searching for the perfect way to combine the comfort of your home with the wildness of camping, then glamping is the solution you need.

Glamping sites often feature accessorised and pre-assembled accommodations that are associated with most upmarket camping. The unique and diverse quality of these sites makes it a perfect place to find a balance of home comforts you like and yet still feel close to nature. You can leverage on the beautiful landscapes and fully serviced grounds to derive the most splendid camping feeling you envisioned.

What to include in a glamping checklist

There are a variety of items or necessities that should go on your ideal glamping checklist. Include things such as food, toiletries, hiking boots, etc. however, the details are not static. It depends on where you are planning to go. You will either need a full gear or necessities. However, it’s essential to check with the glamping site you are booking with to ensure you didn’t miss anything.

If you are searching for the perfect glamping checklist, you need not worry because we got you covered. The checklist below has everything you will need.

Checklist Essentials

  • Food and drinks: You can prepare your dishes yourself or arrange for a food delivery by a supermarket chain to the site.
  • Clothes: The kind of clothes you will bring for the trip depends on the type of glam you are planning. However, you will not need many clothes if you are planning to enjoy the best of the summer season while there.
  • Insect repellent: Glamping is not the right time to deal with annoying insects or mosquitoes. So, it would be best if you came with spray or other insecticides.
  • Water bottles: The campsite might include a place for filling water bottles
  • Sunscreen lotion: It’s best to protect your skin during your glamping. It doesn’t matter whether a shade of trees covers you or not.
  • Sunscreen lotion: It’s best to protect your skin during your glamping. It doesn’t matter whether a shade of trees covers you or not.
  • Toiletries: It’s necessary you feel good in the morning. So bring items such as toothbrush, towels, shaving stick or cream, face cream, etc.
  • Sock or slippers: You must keep your feet warm always.
  • Camp stove/gas: If your campsite doesn’t have a place to cook, ensure you bring one.
  • Can opener: This is an essential item you mustn’t forget to take
  • Coffee maker: For the coffee lover, this is non-negotiable, especially if you have electricity
  • Sponge or dishcloth (after eating, you will need to clean those plates up)

Other items to consider

  • Torch
  • Matches
  • Camera
  • Blankets for outside
  • Medications – Although this is not necessary if you are on any medication, you must bring them alongside.
  • Knives, spoons, forks, plates, pots, grill pan, and potato peeler unless already supplied, check with your site provider.
  • If your glamp site doesn’t provide food onsite, you might need these essential items to cook your favourite dishes.
  • Card/board games (for game enthusiasts)
  • Coolers and food storage containers
  • Aluminium foil (you will thank us later)

Here at Wampford Woodland Retreat our aim is to make your stay feel like a home that is far away from home.

We’ll ensure your glamping experience is not just memorable, but the best.

So take your bags and prepare to book a holiday with us!

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