Most campers know they should have a first aid kit on hand whenever they go camping and RVing. There are plenty of options for buying a pre-made kit but creating your own is probably a better option. You’ll be able to stock the items most required for your family and their unique needs, instead of carrying a one-size-fits all type of kit.
You’ll want to be sure you have medications on hand; both prescription and over-the-counter. If you have kids with allergies or if you suffer from heartburn, make a list of things you’ll need to alleviate those problems if they arise while camping.
Cuts, scrapes, and slivers will happen so stock up on bandages, anti-bacterial cream, and some gauze pads. Tweezers and a small magnifying glass can come in handy as well. Have anti-itch cream or Calamine lotion in the kit, too.
You can add bug spray and sunscreen to the list as well as plenty of your prescription medications to get you through your stay. Bring your pets’ shot records and their medications in case they have a flare up while you are away from their regular Vet.
Make sure you have pain relievers and maybe something for tummy troubles. An ice pack is a good idea and so is an eye wash cup.
We want your stay at Beaver Meadow Family Campground to be problem free but, just in case, bring your little first aid kit to solve any problems as fast as they arise.