What kind of Camping Accessories are out there at the moment to make my trip easier and more enjoyable?
Windbreaks have become massively popular with campers, especially in recent years, whether this be for a little shelter from the wind on the beach, next to your tent or to keep the dogs penned in next to the caravan. We stock a wide range of windbreaks, both in the wooden pole and collapsible compact variety. There are even some air pole windbreaks available now!
Lights and Lanterns, Torches, Head Torches and Fairy Lights are all available in our Lighting section. No need to trip over guylines in the dark on the walk back from the campsite toilets!
All kinds of steps, doormats, unsurprisingly can be found in the Steps and Door Mats section on the website. Steps are particularly popular to make it a bit easier for campers to get in and out of caravans.
Our Laundry and Cleaning section of the website contains items such as washing lines, including rotary lines, laundry baskets, waste bins and other cleaning materials
If there's any spare parts that are always a good idea to take along (as well as some spare tent poles) then we always recommend to take some spare pegs with you. Hard ground can cause pegs to bend or break. We sell a great range of thick and strong hard ground pegs, camping mallets, guylines and peg extractors, all available in the Camping Mallets, Tent Guylines & Pegs section of the World of Camping website.
If you have a fibreglass pole tent then it's always advisable to take along a spare pole set with you. Most tents just use one diameter of the pole, but some larger ones use two (i.e, they may use 11mm poles and 12.7mm poles) The diameters used will be somewhere in the instructions/info that come with your tent. Once you've found this info out it's advisable to buy a spare set of poles that can be used to repair a broken pole if needs be. These generic pole sets will be useable with whichever branded tent or awning you own as the diameters used by all manufacturers are the same across the industry. Therefore, for example, you can use a 12.7mm Vango pole to repair an Outdoor Revolution which uses 12.7 mm poles. We also recommend that you never go away without something to repair your tent with if the worse happens, always take a repair kit with you. Check out our Poles & Repair Kits section.
If you've got a campervan, caravan or motorhome then you'll want to look at the Levellers & Chocks section of the website which has all the items you need to make sure your vehicle is on the level despite what the ground is doing.
Fire Equipment such as fire blankets and fire extinguishers are available, and if you want to make your camping area extra pretty why not check out the Decorative Products section