Abide by campfire regulations on a campground and don't use your campfire to burn your trash.
Carry a first aid kit with all the essential items to help you be prepared for injuries which may not be too serious, such as bug bites and minor cuts and burns.
Use established campgrounds instead of unpopulated wooded areas. Carrying a map and using GPS equipment will help keep you from getting lost and assist you with getting to where you want to go.
You may want to consider carrying a portable toilet or digging a latrine if you plan to camp out in an area without regular toilets in order to ensure the most sanitary conditions.
Boiling water for a little under 15 minutes will purify it and ensure that it is safe for drinking.
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