Best Multi-Day Canoeing Gear Packing Checklist | Top Essential Things to Bring

Best Multi-Day Canoeing Gear Packing Checklist | Top Essential Things to Bring

Best Multi Day Canoeing Gear Packing Checklist | Top Essential Things to Bring

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Taking your first canoeing trip can be stressful. This first canoe trip packing checklist will help make sure you have everything you need for this new multi tour in your life. 

Are you traveling on your first Canoeing Trip and putting a list together of everything you need? 

There are so many products to consider that it can be difficult to remember everything. From canoe basics to canoe gear, to camping basics...it can become very overwhelming! 

We have made a printable version of this huge first canoeing packing checklist so that you can use it and make sure you have everything you need.

You DO NOT need to buy everything (we didn't...it's expensive!) but having a list that you can refer to makes life so much easier.

Canoe Basics

1. Canoe

2. Paddle (1 Per Paddler)

3. Extra Paddle

4. Personal Flotation Device

5. Extra PDF

6. Canoe Seat

7. Knee Pads

8. Yokes (with Pads)

9. Dry Bags (For Gear)

10. Spray Covers

11. Weather/VHR Radio

12. Signaling Devices (Whistle)

13. Float Bags

14. Canoe Sponges

15. Bailer or Bilge Pump

16. Emergency Floating Throw Line (Throw Bag)

17. Watch/Fitness Tracker

18. VIVID Model 01 MAXGrip Clogs

Core Gear

1. Compass

2. GPS

3. Knife or Multi-Tool

4. Headlamp or Flashlight

5. Extra Batteries

6. First-Aid Supplies

7. Sunglasses

8. Sunscreen

9. Lip Balm

10. Stainless Water Bottle

11. Water Treatment Method

12. Energy Food (Bars, Gels, Trail Mix)

13. Beverages or Powered Drink

14. Anti-Slip All Terrain Slippers 

Camping Basics

1. Tent

2. Waterproof Tent Tarp

3. Bivy Sack

4. Sleeping Bag

5. Sleeping Pad

6. Meals & Camping Snacks

7. Coolers With Ice

8. Camping Stove & Fuel

9. Camping Cookset & Utensils

10. Camping Dishes, Bowls and Cups

11. Insect Repellent 

12. Toilet Paper

13. Hand Sanitizer

14. Packable Lantern

15. Credit Card

16. Small Amount of Cash

17. Trip Itinerary

Clothing

1. Dry Suit or Top

2. Paddling Gloves or Pogies

3. Neoprene Footwear

4. Helmet

5. Sun-Shield Hat

6. Hat or Cap Retainer

7. Skullcap

8. UV Bandana or Buff

9. Wool or synthetic Cap

10. Balaclava

11. Rashguard

12. Swimsuit

13. Shorts

14. Changes of Clothes

15. Convertible Pants

16. NITRON-BAMBOO Shirt

17. Sun-Shielding Shirt

18. Balandi Underwear Gear

19. Balandi Moisture Wicking T-Shirt

20. Spray Jacket

21. Rainwear

22. Synthetic Vest

23. Synthetic Gloves

24. Mittens

Repair Kit Options

1. Sealant (Such as Aquaseal)

2. Bailing Wire (Copper, Small Roll)

3. Nylon Cord (Or Bungee Cords)

4. Putty 

5. Replacement Nuts/Bolts

Best Multi-Day Canoeing Gear Packing Checklist | Top Things to Bring

Want a first canoe trail checklist PDF? You can shop the exact and FULL (More than 10 things to bring) packing list we made for our roadsters directly to your phone or computer! It is guaranteed to make your life SO much easier.  

 

Click here to download the First Canoe Trail Packing Checklist PDF.

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I would not use metal utensils on any non stick cooking surfaces.Yes, this doesn’t have a non stick “coating” like unsafe Teflon. It’s just metal. I use wooden, bamboo, plastic and metal utensils on it. Doesn’t cause any scratches.
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I would not use metal utensils on any non stick cooking surfaces.Yes, this doesn’t have a non stick “coating” like unsafe Teflon. It’s just metal. I use wooden, bamboo, plastic and metal utensils on it. Doesn’t cause any scratches.
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This post may contain affiliate links, which means we receive a commission if you purchase through our link, at no extra cost to you. Please read full disclosure here.

Taking your first canoeing trip can be stressful. This first canoe trip packing checklist will help make sure you have everything you need for this new multi tour in your life. 

Are you traveling on your first Canoeing Trip and putting a list together of everything you need? 

There are so many products to consider that it can be difficult to remember everything. From canoe basics to canoe gear, to camping basics...it can become very overwhelming! 

We have made a printable version of this huge first canoeing packing checklist so that you can use it and make sure you have everything you need.

You DO NOT need to buy everything (we didn't...it's expensive!) but having a list that you can refer to makes life so much easier.

Canoe Basics

1. Canoe

2. Paddle (1 Per Paddler)

3. Extra Paddle

4. Personal Flotation Device

5. Extra PDF

6. Canoe Seat

7. Knee Pads

8. Yokes (with Pads)

9. Dry Bags (For Gear)

10. Spray Covers

11. Weather/VHR Radio

12. Signaling Devices (Whistle)

13. Float Bags

14. Canoe Sponges

15. Bailer or Bilge Pump

16. Emergency Floating Throw Line (Throw Bag)

17. Watch/Fitness Tracker

18. VIVID Model 01 MAXGrip Clogs

Core Gear

1. Compass

2. GPS

3. Knife or Multi-Tool

4. Headlamp or Flashlight

5. Extra Batteries

6. First-Aid Supplies

7. Sunglasses

8. Sunscreen

9. Lip Balm

10. Stainless Water Bottle

11. Water Treatment Method

12. Energy Food (Bars, Gels, Trail Mix)

13. Beverages or Powered Drink

14. Anti-Slip All Terrain Slippers 

Camping Basics

1. Tent

2. Waterproof Tent Tarp

3. Bivy Sack

4. Sleeping Bag

5. Sleeping Pad

6. Meals & Camping Snacks

7. Coolers With Ice

8. Camping Stove & Fuel

9. Camping Cookset & Utensils

10. Camping Dishes, Bowls and Cups

11. Insect Repellent 

12. Toilet Paper

13. Hand Sanitizer

14. Packable Lantern

15. Credit Card

16. Small Amount of Cash

17. Trip Itinerary

Clothing

1. Dry Suit or Top

2. Paddling Gloves or Pogies

3. Neoprene Footwear

4. Helmet

5. Sun-Shield Hat

6. Hat or Cap Retainer

7. Skullcap

8. UV Bandana or Buff

9. Wool or synthetic Cap

10. Balaclava

11. Rashguard

12. Swimsuit

13. Shorts

14. Changes of Clothes

15. Convertible Pants

16. NITRON-BAMBOO Shirt

17. Sun-Shielding Shirt

18. Balandi Underwear Gear

19. Balandi Moisture Wicking T-Shirt

20. Spray Jacket

21. Rainwear

22. Synthetic Vest

23. Synthetic Gloves

24. Mittens

Repair Kit Options

1. Sealant (Such as Aquaseal)

2. Bailing Wire (Copper, Small Roll)

3. Nylon Cord (Or Bungee Cords)

4. Putty 

5. Replacement Nuts/Bolts

Best Multi-Day Canoeing Gear Packing Checklist | Top Things to Bring

Want a first canoe trail checklist PDF? You can shop the exact and FULL (More than 10 things to bring) packing list we made for our roadsters directly to your phone or computer! It is guaranteed to make your life SO much easier.  

 

Click here to download the First Canoe Trail Packing Checklist PDF.

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