A camping first aid kit should be a high priority on your camping list.
Packing personal medications should be a first priority in creating a camping first aid kit. After that, add the basics like bandages, adhesive tape, antibiotic ointment, pain medication, calamine lotion, sunburn treatment, insect repellant, scissors and tweezers.
Obviously it is not possible to be totally prepared for every possible medical situation that might occur while camping. You may want to bring as many items as possible or, if you are a hiker or backpacker, you will want to bring only what fits within your restricted packing guidelines.
You can use any appropriate tote bag, backpack or covered container to hold your homemade first aid kit. Just be sure it is waterproof and easy to carry. If you choose to purchase a ready-made first aid kit, there are a couple of suggestions below. You will find more options when you click on the links.
The soft sided case makes this first aid kit a good choice for many uses. We carry one this size with our camping gear, another in each of our vehicles and have another that goes in the boat for fishing trips.
Don't leave home without one!200 Piece Premium First Aid Kit - Contains Everything You Need to Be Prepared for an Emergency may be the ultimate "be prepared for anything" camping first aid kit. It contains more than 200 items and is great for camping and to take along any time you are enjoying Minnesota outdoor activities.
Add this assortment of first aid supplies to your camping list if you are part of a large group activity like a bike trip, snowmobile trek or a family reunion, Someone is sure to need something contained in this kit.
This first aid kit is tailored specifically to the outdoor activities you love most It holds medical supplies to treat common injuries for 4 people for 6 days and is designed to provide peace of mind for the whole family.
This First Aid Kit gives families a fully stocked medical kit for common fishing, hunting, camping, and hiking injuries. The kit comes with supplies to treat sprains, fractures, cuts, scrapes, headaches, and allergic reactions as well as reactions as well as handy guides on how to administer medications and how to dress more serious wounds.Outdoor First Aid Kit 201 Pieces for Camping, Boating, Fishing, Hunting
From A Reviewer: "I am the founder of the Costa Rican Squad of Survival and Wilderness Exploration, and I got this product in order to complete and re-stock my wilderness first aid kit. The shipping and delivery was very fast and I am really happy with it. About the product itself, I was looking for a multi-compartmental and hard case kit, and this one has these features. Also the shoulder strap is a plus, besides it is easy to carry. The price is very affordable too. The contents are of good quality and I really liked the large quantity of the Alcohol Prep Pads and the Antiseptic Towelettes, which you need a lot to treat scrapes, cuts or small wounds in the jungle. The Emergency Lightstick becomes handy at night and the Emergency Whistle is a very useful tool in a survival or emergency situation. A very good kit for the outdoors activities, but you always are invited to add some more items of your choice and need."