Looking for a fun and easy way to keep your camping memories in one spot? Check out our free printable camping journal and campground log!
Camping memories are the best kind! As you begin your camping journey, it’s usually pretty easy to remember each individual campground that you stayed at and many details about each. As the years start to tick by and as you accumulate many travel miles under your belt, you might find that sometimes the specific details start to get a little hazy. One set of campground memories transposes onto another campground and so it goes.
This is actually the main reason that we created our published Home is Where You Park It RV Log Book and Camping Journal. If you are looking for a bound book-type journal to keep in your camper or at home on a bookshelf, this is a great option.
I am excited to add a new printable to our blog today that will offer you another great option to keep those camping memories together. This version is a DIY camping journal and log that you can print and keep in a folder or binder. You can print as many pages as you need and can add to it over time.
This printable PDF file comes with 2 pages that you can use to keep track of your memories and also about campground details. It’s a great spot to write down all of the details you can remember about the campsite and campground. Use it to write down the amenities that you liked and what you might change on a future stay. (We love driving around a campground to scope out the various sites. If we find one that looks like a great spot, we will jot down the site number for future stays.)
Free Printable Camping Log and Journal
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If you end up using this printable, we’d love to hear how it worked out for you! Drop us a comment and tell us about it!