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Printable Camping Meal Planner Template

Our family just returned from a weekend away staying at a county park in a camping trailer. One of the things we loved most from our weekend was the delicious meals we shared together. Creating a camping meal plan in advance meant we had some great meals.

We really enjoyed branching beyond the traditional camping fare since we had access to a fridge, freezer, and kitchen. I decided to create a cute camping meal planning template for my readers to be able to use on their next camping vacation.

Use this Camping Meal Planner template free printable to plan your meals for your next camping trip StuffedSuitcase.com
Camping Menu Meal Planning Printable

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Whether you’re camping in a tent, trailer, or renting an RV, this printable will help you organize your meals and be sure that worrying about food isn’t a part of your outdoor vacation!

How to use this camping menu printable:

  • In the header at the top note how many breakfasts, lunches, and dinners you’ll be eating.
  • Write down what meal you want to make for each day you’re camping in the Day 1, Day 2, Day 3, and Day 4 boxes.
  • At the bottom note your snacks & drinks, desserts, and any condiments/spices you’ll need.
  • Make a shopping list for items not found in your home.
  • Gather and pack up all the food you’ll need from home and from your grocery shop.

Then enjoy your family time and the yummy meals! Use my campfire conversation starters if you’d like some fun topics to talk about during dinner or dessert.

Camping Menu Meal Plan Template
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We loved having supplies for s’mores and campfire popcorn each evening, but we did forget butter for our corn on the cob one night (thankfully the corn was delicious on its own!) Having nothing planned but fixing dinner and hanging out was such a wonderful bit of family time.

Do you love to go camping? What kind of camper are you? Do you love KOA campgrounds, prefer wilderness, or perhaps you’re more into glamping, which is definitely my cup of tea!

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Lana

Friday 27th of April 2018

Thank you so much for this!! So glad I found your site.

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Erika Hile

Wednesday 29th of March 2017

As camping season approaches, my OCD is going into hyper-drive with cleaning the camper and getting things organized! I came across this and the angels sang! lol! I will have to share this with my campground friends as we are all moms to large family's, and when you have a bunch of kiddos you need to be organized!

Kimberly

Wednesday 29th of March 2017

Haha - love it Erika! Thank you for commenting and helping me see there are fellow organization / planner junkies. :) I really appreciate it and wish you a fun and happy camping season!

Jes @ Mommy Envy

Wednesday 22nd of July 2015

This is perfect! We're going to Lake Powell soon and this will help! Sharing this on my Facebook page!

Kimberly

Wednesday 22nd of July 2015

Great Jes - thanks & have fun!

Donna Peed

Thursday 16th of July 2015

Our family has been camping for over 25 years. We started out in a tent, graduated to a pop-up and now have a 30' travel trailer. We have 3 grown children and 2 grandchildren and next week we will all be together camping in our beautiful North Carolina mountains. (Heaven on earth for this MaMa and Grammy!) I was asked recently by a young mother to share our family's secret for being so close as a family. I told her that I felt our many years of camping together has a lot to do with it. Our 24 year old daughter jokingly said, "you have no choice but to be close when you have 5 people in 1 small camper!" Our married daughter and her husband have started making their own sweet memories of camping with their precious little ones. However, no matter how many years of camping experience one has, there is always much to learn! Thank you for a great website. Enjoy those little ones, they grow up fast!

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