Personal Overnight Camping Gear - Troop 70 Austin Texas Troop 70

Personal Overnight Camping Gear - Troop 70 Austin Texas Troop 70
Personal Overnight Camping Gear for Scout
Outings
Here is the complete list of what the Boy Scouts of America suggest that Scouts bring on
outdoor activities. For in depth coverage read Scouting’s Skills in your Scout Handbook
on pages 197-247.
X
Scout Outdoor 10 Essentials
X Clothing for the season
Pocketknife (Totin’ Chip card required!)
Warm weather
First Aid Kit
Short sleeved shirt
Extra clothing
T-shirt
Rain gear
Hiking shorts
Water bottle
Long pants
Flashlight
Sweater or warm jacket*
Trail food
Hiking boots or sturdy shoes
Matches and fire starters
Socks
Sun protection _ SPF 30
Hat with a brim for shade
Map and compass
Bandana
X Eating Kit
Rain gear
Spoon, fork, knife
Extra underwear
Plate
X Cold weather
Bowl
Long-sleeved shirt*
Cup
Long pants*
X Clean Up Kit
Sweater*
Soap
Long underwear*
Toothbrush
Hiking boots or sturdy shoes
Toothpaste
Socks
Dental flos
Insulated parka or coat with hood
Comb
Warm hat*
Washcloth
Mitten or gloves*
Towel
Rain gear, gaiters
X Personal Extras (optional)
Extra underwear
Watch
X Backpack/Shelter
Digital camera
Backpack, Daypack, Duffle bag
Notebook
Rain cover for backpack
Pencil or pen
Sleeping bag and stuff sack
Sunglasses
Sleeping pad
Small musical instrument
Ground cloth
Swimsuit
Pillow
Folding Chair
Backpacking Tent (optional)
* items should be made of wool or a warm synthetic fabric
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