Glamping Packing List
At Firelight Camps you'll find most of the amenities of a traditional hotel room, plus some extras to enhance your glamping experience:
Plush, multi-layered bedding on your King or Queen bed. On cold nights we'll tuck you in with the outdoor-approved Rumpl Super Fleece
Freshly laundered bath towels
Bath house with flushing toilets, hot showers, shampoo, conditioner, body wash, body lotion and hair dryers
Barebones Living battery-powered lanterns to light your tent and pathways
Phone and computer charging station in the main lobby
Umbrellas for use on the property
Water cooler with ice cold and piping hot water, to refill your water bottle or mug
Freshly brewed coffee from sun-up to sun-down
Games, games, games: bocce ball court, corn hole toss, board games, playing cards, and a small library
Camp Store with snacks (s'mores!), beverages, apparel, hiking maps, bug spray, and more essentials, all available for purchase.
Even in the warmer months the temperature can drop in the evening so be sure to bring warmer clothes than you think you'll need!
Casual clothing for hanging around the glampground and exploring town.
Trail-friendly clothing for hikes and outdoor adventures.
Evening wear for a nice meal out or vineyard visit.
Swimwear and a beach towel or sarong if you plan to visit a lake or swimming hole.
Base layer (a.k.a. "long johns"), top and bottom for hiking, lounging, layering or wearing as pajamas.
Raincoat or shell jacket to keep out wind and rain, as a light layer for chilly evenings, or added warmth over bulkier sweaters or fleece.
Fleece, insulated jacket or vest for added warmth or layering under a raincoat or shell.
Sweatshirt or sweater for cozy, casual warmth and layering.
shoes & accessories
Slippers or thick, warm socks for inside your tent.
Trail shoes: depending on the forecast or what activities you have planned, you could bring waterproof hiking shoes, rain boots, non-waterproof hiking shoes, or sneakers. Bottom line: something you can walk in and don't mind getting muddy.
Casual shoes for walking about town, wearing around camp or out to dinner.
Winter hat for cooler climates.
Sun hat to protect you from harmful rays.
Scarf or pashmina for warmth or a layering piece.
Daypack for stashing extra layers, a water bottle and snacks while on the trail, touring wineries or exploring the town.
Water bottle to stay hydrated during your glamping adventures.
Hand and feet warmers, you know those little pouches of warmth for skiing and snowy weather? They're great when the temperature dips.
Cooler for keeping your beverages cold.
Toiletries, sunscreen and bug repellent spray, though you should review the amenities provided by your glampground as these items may be included.
Book you've been wanting time to savor.
Journal to document your stay and foraging finds.
Board games, cards and other activities for unplugged fun, though your glampground may also have their own stash.
Phone, camera and chargers, so you can stay connected (but not too connected!) and capture your glamping experience.