Prepare To Camp On Sand: If you want to camp next to the water be prepared. You'll be camping on top of hard packed sand, rugs are blankets are recommended to keep the sand out of your tent as much as possible.
Sleeping Supplies: An Air Mattress, futon, or other so surfaces for comfy sleep including pillows and warm blankets to bundle up at night.
Tent Lock: The isn’t a frequent occurrence throughout the campsites, but it does happen. If you’re bringing valuables like your computer, portable speakers or expensive camp equipment, be smart and keep it out of plain sight or tucked away in your tent when you’re not at your camp. If you’re feeling extra cautious pick up a tent lock.
Chairs: inflatable or fold-out chairs save a lot of space!
Extra Blankets: The SSBD nights can be cold. Pack an extra blanket just in case your sleeping bag isn’t cu ng it.
Heavy Duty Stakes, Hammer or Sandbags: The winds can get pre y strong and unfastened tents and EZ ups have been known to take ight! Stake down your stu for your safety and your neighbors safety!
Camera: Don’t forget to label it with your name and contact info. Disposable cameras are a great way to document the fun while escaping your phone!
Camping Things: Gloves, tape, rope, zip es, bungee cords, tarps, safety pins, etc... for your camp.
Towels: For the lake and showers