My gear is mostly what I have built up over the years backpacking, canoe camping, hunting, work, etc.
Eureka Timberline 4 SQ or Sierra Designs Lightning 2 tent
Sleeping bags, liners, pads, pillows for number of people going
Hot weather - USB rechargeable or Milwaukee tools fan.
Cold Weather - Mr. Buddy Heater, only to warm tent at night and in the mornings.
Hammock(s) and appropriate tarps, bug nets, and bedding for conditions, generally in the warmer months.
Really a mix and match as needed, usually consisting of some combination of the following packed into either a Plano Sportsman's Tote or a Pelican 1550
Stove - Snowpeak Baja Burner, Snowpeak Giga, Jetboil Mighty Mo, MSR Whisperlite International - one or two as appropriate.
Stove fuel appropriate for trip
Snowpeak 1400, with bowl and replacement Four Dog Stoves Lid.
Small cutting board and knife with edge protector
4X Snowpeak Ti Plates
4X Snowpeak Ti Sporks
2X Sea to Summit collapsible silicone cups, measuring and drinking.
2X Snowpeak double walled 450 cups, with lids
Banks Fry Bake Alpine and Alpine Deep, with one lid and lifter
Rada Serverspoon spatula, MSR folding scoop spoon, and cheap stainless tongs
Salt, Pepper, Red Pepper, and Montreal Steak in small Nalgene widemouth jars
Washing up kit - safe suds, scotch brite, MSR scraper/brush
Stanley flask of canola oil
Sometimes GSI HA aluminum dutch oven
Dry food as trip dictates in Plano Sportsman box, other food in Yeti 50
As needed for trip, 2.5-21.5 Gallons
Katadyn gravity bag filter
Nalgene or water bottle per person
Other (as appropriate):
Shovel - depends on trip
UCO flat fold grill/firepit
Camp Time Roll Top table
Milwaukee M18 Fuel Chainsaw, extra chain and bar oil, felling wedges.
Extra Milwaukee M18 batteries and Milwaukee Top Off inverter (until I get a Jackery or Goal Zero)
Milwaukee USB rechargeable work lights, M12 lantern, M12 Speaker
Reliance toilet and bags, with TP
Bug spray and sunscreen seasonally
As appropriate, in weather proofish duffle bags like Northface. Hats and usually 2 of pants and/or shorts, shirt, overshirt and clean socks and underwear each day. Raingear and coats and other cold weather gear dependent on weather.
The basic, toothbrush, toothpaste, deodorant, soap, fingernail clippers, pack towel per person. And of course more TP.
Always in truck:
Basic recovery gear
First aid kit
Basic tool kit
So, are you looking for our inventory, or our actual load in / out for typical trips? That varies as I am well equipped to provide gear for a large percentage of my local extended family on my wifes side, she has 7 siblings, with their spouses, neices, nephews etc...
This list isn’t all inclusive, sadly there is far more than this. This is just the stuff I have recently laid eyes on.
This list includes everything from backpacking, to as simple as possible overnight on the beach because we drank too much while fishing, to overlanding while glamping. Much of this is massive overkill, some of it is downright loaners for more folks to enjoy the trip with us...
Kitchen / Dining Room:
First Need pumping water filter.
Evernew Titanium 1.3L ultralight series cook pot
2 @ REI Ti Ware Series Sierra Cup.
2 @ unknown MFG stainless steel Sierra Cups. These really should go.
GSI Outdoors Ultralight Java Drip pour over coffee maker.
Coleman Exponent F1 Ultralight Butane canister stove.
Lixada wood gasifier backpacking stove.
First Need Deluxe pump water filter / purifier.
Nalgene Water Bottles x2
1gloo “5 day” insulated bag coolers x2. These are basically overglorified lunch bags.
MSR Whisperlite pre shaker jet model, rebuilt and ready to go. Not certain of the sizes, but I believe 20 oz and 32 oz fuel bottles.
American Camper 4pc cook set. Technically 6pc, 8” Skillet, 3QT cook pot, 2QT cook pot with matching lids, and 1 cup plastic graduated measuring cup. All cook pots / lids stainless steel with swing open plastic coated metal handles in a stuff sack.
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Harbor Freight 18" tool bag. The thin, nasty old style. I use this as a sandbag over the winch cable in case it snaps.
Harbor Freight Hercules 18" Tool bag that holds the loose stuff.
Engo E9000 9K winch upgraded to synthetic winch rope. (100', where the original steel rope was 95')
Keeper 4" x 30' 20K lbs vehicle recovery strap.
4 @ Smittybuild 3/8" snatch blocks (17.5K lbs).
4 @ 3/4" rubberized D ring shackles.
4 @ Traction boards.
Hi Lift Jack with off road foot.
Tuffy roller fairlead license plate flip up mount.
Tchipie Roof top cargo carrier bag.
Haul Master Cargo Carrier.
Assortment of cables, locks, etc...
HDX 27 gallon heavy duty storage totes x2.
Variety of home made stowage bags / ditty bags for things like cook kits, tent accesories, etc...
Enamel Steel housing first aid kit. This is one of those giant Sams Club first aid kits, tweaked to suit our needs, and enclosed in an old school stamped steel kit like the ones you see in commercial installations, and doctors offices.
Campsite Fuel distribution:
4 @ 5 gallon gas cans for Ethanol Free unleaded gasoline.
1 gallon gas can for Ethanol free unleaded gasoline. The 5 gallon jugs are a main source, I transfer TO the 1 gallon can for filling appliances as it is MUCH easier to manipulate over a filler funnel.
2 @ 20lb propane cylinders. I do the exchange program and try to get the freshest cylidners I can...
Century MFG Tri Outlet Safety Post (Distribution Tree)
GasPro Propane POL / ACME threaded Y fitting.
GasPro 18' ACME to Disposable thread propane adapter hose.
GasPro 12' POL to Disposable thread propane adapter hose.