Camping Water Station - Camping Hack #9
Managing water and maintaining clean hands can be challenging while camping. However, with a simple setup, you can make it easier to keep everyone's hands clean and ensure a well-organized campsite.
This project requires minimal materials, doesn't involve any construction, and is budget-friendly. Here's what you'll need:
- Water Container With Spigot: A 5 to 7-gallon water container, available at outdoor supply stores or DIY home improvement stores.
- Sturdy Paper Towel Holder: Invest in a durable paper towel holder to ensure longevity.
- Bungee Cords: Use 18-inch bungee cords (number may vary depending on the container size) to secure the towel dispenser.
- Water Bucket: Purchase an inexpensive 5-gallon bucket from a home improvement store. This bucket will collect grey water and prevent your campsite from becoming muddy.
- Trash Can With Lid: Choose a trash container with a secure lid to prevent paper towels from blowing around the campground.
- Soap: Any soap of your preference will work, though foam dispensers are commonly used.
- Paper Towels: Opt for Select-A-Size paper towels to promote efficient use.
To set up the campsite water station, follow these steps:
- Securely attach the paper towel holder to the top of the water container using bungee cords.
- Position the grey water bucket directly beneath the water container.
- Place the soap dispenser and waste bin adjacent to the water source.
By implementing this camping hack, you'll have a convenient and organized camping water station that facilitates hand cleanliness while camping.CAMPING HACKS MENU : Start a Campfire Using Cheetos Aluminum Pan Grill Coffee Brewing Bags Cooler Corn Camping Spice Kit Peel and Eat Cake in an Orange Traveling Eggs Tacos in a Bag Water Station Mosquito Repellents Individual Soap Leaves DIY Fire Starters Mason Jar Tiki Torches