Off-roading checklist

theRealCrazy

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Chris, feel free to move it in another section if it makes more sense!

I just finished my offroading/camping checklist, and i thought it might be useful to some of you.
I literally just printed it and laminated it, leave it in the car and right before taking off i go through it to be sure i didn't forget anything.

Because i often offroad with the wife and dog i might have more thing that i would need by myself, but it's easier to have everything written down.

If you see anything missing, don't hesitate to let me know!


Shelter and bedding

☐ Tent

☐ Tarp

☐ Rope/Tie downs

☐ Sleeping pad, mats, air mattress, air pump

☐ Blanket, comforter / sleeping bag

☐ Pillows

☐ Crocs / Sandals

☐ Sound Machine / Eye masks

☐ Fan / AC / Heater

☐ Windows side vents

Cooking and dining
☐ Pots and Cast Iron pan

☐ Cutting board

☐ Dish soap and sponge

☐ S’mores sticks

☐ Zip lock bags

☐ Cooler/Fridge

☐ Paper plates and bowls, plastic ware

☐ Folding chairs and table

☐ Trash bags

☐ Camp stove

☐ Fuel/propane

☐ Firewood

☐ Lighter

☐ Oven mitt

☐ Olive oil/salt/pepper…

☐ Water

Electronics

☐ CB radio, HAM walkies

☐ Drone/Batteries/SD cards

☐ Camera and lens, charged

☐ Pocket Camera, charged

☐ Portable power banks charged

☐ Power stations / Jackery x2 charged

☐ Outdoor lights, charged

☐ GPX datas loaded

☐ Headlamps, Flashlights/batteries


Rig

☐ Air compressor

☐ Winch remote

☐ Maxtrax/Traction boards

☐ Recovery straps, D rings

☐ Pressure gauge/deflator

☐ Trasharoo / Spare tire trash bag

☐ Rotopax / 2x water and fuel container

☐ Tools/Jack

☐ Inspect tires (spare included), tire pressure

☐ Ratchets and loops

☐ 12v converters, charging cables…etc…

☐ Shovel/Axe / Knife and pocket tools

☐ Fire extinguisher

First aid & hygiene

☐ Medication, prescriptions

☐ Bandages, tape, gauze, elastic wraps

☐ Aspirin, ibuprofen, acetaminophen

☐ Antibiotic wipes, hydrogen peroxide, cotton balls

☐ Antiseptic cream

☐ Sunscreen, sunburn lotion or ointment

☐ Scissors, tweezers, nail clippers, razor

☐ Bug spray

☐ Snake bite kit

☐ Eye wash

☐ Toilet paper

Dog/Pet
☐ Medication

☐ Food

☐ Treats

☐ Blanket

☐ Bowls

☐ Harness/25ft leash

☐ Towel
 
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Looks like you are going camping in style not off-roading.

Edit: am I on JL Forum ?
 
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Looks like you are going camping in style not off-roading.

Edit: am I on JL Forum ?
Not sure what you're alluding to ?
I go offroading for days at a time, with my wife and dog, eventhough we sleep in the Jeep you need bare essential for a bit of comfort and safety?

everything fits in on big bin + fridge
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just came back from Swansea, doing Cerro Gordo trail, climbing up to 9000feet, rated moderate.
for day trip rock crawling only I have my TJ, my JK is mainly to offroad and overland.

this is couple of videos of past weekend trails

if you want check if it's offroading enough :)


and since you hated a bit on the JL here are the two JL's that were with me.
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I am now in my 60's and no longer do trails and no I do not hate the JLs.
Back in my prime, I had sleeping bags or a tent depending on whom I go with and no cell phone.
Our luxury was a cooler packed with cold beer and so I thought your checklist is overwhelming.
 
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