How to Store Camping Gear in a Shed

Having a custom shed for storing camping gear and other hobbies is an effective way to keep things organized, clean, and protected. Shelving is highly recommended for use with large plastic containers with airtight lids. You can store your tent in the garage, as long as you find a way to keep it dry and out of direct sunlight. Heat and humidity should not be a factor, so it doesn't matter what type of garage you have.

Before using your tent, be sure to brush off dirt or sand from fabric, stakes, and posts. Storing camping equipment in the garage is an option, but you can also choose to store it in your basement or even in a free closet. This will ensure that your equipment is ready to go and in top condition when planning a camping adventure. When purchasing a shed, make sure to check the dimensions.

Avoid damp basements and unheated (and uncooled) spaces, such as the attic, garage, or car boot. All my neighbors have plastic sheds and friends, so I did a mini survey on how to & where to store camping equipment. The plastic bins that are popular in local stores are an excellent tool for storing camping equipment. They can be stacked and stored when not in use to save space and can even be the full-time home for some of your equipment.

These bins are durable and can last a lifetime if you don't stack heavy things on top of them. Make sure the equipment is easily accessible and clean before packing. Keeping your camping equipment clean and safe will ensure that your next adventure requires less effort and you won't have to spend money on replacing equipment unnecessarily. Store all your equipment in a hard plastic container away from windows in a dark corner of the garage.

Cherie Boucaud
Cherie Boucaud

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