Camping First Aid Gifts

The Best Camping Gifts You Can Give to Keep Someone Safe

53.1% of Americans reported receiving unwanted gifts.

That means you’ve probably already given and received some pretty bad gifts yourself, right?

Thanks for the socks, mom!

On the flip side, you’ve probably also given some terrible gifts.

I’m sorry to be the bearer of bad news, but no one likes receiving that ugly sweater every year.

So, what exactly makes a good gift?


Give a gift that serves a purpose.

These are the best gifts to give, especially for promotional items.

We’ve all been to an event and received toys, beads, or something silly and thrown it out.

If you have an event, such as a camping retreat, coming up, safety items are the best camping gifts.

Because they serve a purpose, people are more likely to keep them, even after the event.

Don’t be a bad gift-giver. Keep reading to discover the best camping gifts that serve a purpose and will keep campers safe.

The Best Camping Gifts for Safety 

Safety camping gifts will be used right away and likely saved for later use at home.

This makes your investment in promotional items well-worth it.

We’ve compiled some of the best camping gifts for a safe adventure.


Good lighting is critical to having a safe trip.

There are many different products that provide light so you can watch for unwanted creatures as you venture into the wilderness.

Carlsbad Cavern LED Cap 

This structured LED cap has a black anti-glare under-visor and HiBeam ultra-bright LED lights placed in its visor for an enhanced view at night.

There are 3 different illumination settings – path, distance & HiBeam lighting – for different needs.

The battery life is approximately 100,000 hours on 2 replaceable batteries, so you’ll never run out of light during your camping trip.

Whether you’re hunting and gathering, or leaving your tent for a bathroom break, this cap has you covered. You’ll be able to see the danger before it sees you.

Mammoth Cave Cob Headlamp

A cap alternative, something that will fit all head sizes and hairstyle, this adjustable mammoth cave cap headlamp is also a great source of lights for camping trips.

It has 4 different light settings: high, low, red light, flashing red lights.

The red lights may scare off animals, while the flashing lights could signal that you’re in danger.

It includes 3 AAA batteries, which makes it easy to replace if necessary.

Fort Desoto Flash Lantern

The Fort Desoto Flash Lantern has a dual purpose, functioning as both a lantern and flashlight.

The magnetic mount makes it sturdy for use in your campsite, and the hooks allow it to hang wherever you need.

The COB light has 3 settings: high, low, or flashing for your different needs.

Because this lantern has two functions, it’s a great gift to be used in the wilderness and at home.

Coleman 6D 3-Panel LED Lantern

This water-resistant lantern is a great camping gift because it’s rechargeable and has USB ports to charge mobile devices in case you need to call for help.

It features three detachable panels that can be used for personal lights while the base stays lit, which is perfect for campers.

One camper can take the personal light with them and leave the base at their tent.

You can attach the magnetized panels to a metal surface or use the fold-down handles as stands for hands-free lighting.


The Coleman 6D 3-Panel LED Lantern is an excellent light source for camping that will keep you safe.

Multi-Purpose Tools

Tools that have multiple uses are perfect gifts.

They not only are cost-effective for you, but they are also likely to be used again.

Staying top of mind for your customers and potential customers is the goal when providing promotional gifts.

Appalachian Trail 12-in-1 Multi-Tool

The Appalachian Trail 12-in-1 Multi-Tool provides safety measures such as a knife but also comes with other tools for the many encounters you will face in the wild.

The functions include pliers, knife, cross screwdriver, bottle opener, ruler, can opener, saw, file and a slot screwdriver.

It comes with a 600D pouch with hook and loop closure that can be worn on a belt loop for easy access.

This small but functional tool serves as the perfect gift.

A2S Protection Paracord Bracelet

This 5-in-1 tool is a complete paracord survival bracelet that includes a high-quality compass, flint fire starter, fire scrapper, emergency knife, and an emergency whistle.

It has been tried & tested to a minimum breaking point of 550lbs/250kg.

You can also deploy your 12 feet of paracord in any situation where an extremely strong rope or cordage is needed.

The paracord is a great safety feature. It can be used to make a shelter or used as a trap, fishing line, or sewing string

Solar-Powered Power Bank

The Eton Scorpion II is a hand crank-charged AM/FM radio with NOAA weather band radio stations.

The device also doubles as a power bank and an LED flashlight, making it the ultimate safety gadget.

It’s small and able to hook onto your pack, which makes it very functional and easy to carry on excursions.

it can also collect power from its solar panel, which eliminates the need for another power outlet.

Water Supplies

What happens if your water supply runs low, or an animal ransacks your tent? What if you’re stranded on a trail with no water for miles?

A human being can survive for three weeks without food, but most people would find it difficult to survive a week without water. An emergency water supply, then, could be a lifesaver if you found yourself stranded without any supplies.

A Filtered Water Bottle

A filtered-water bottle can save you some steps and stress.

You can fill the bottle with water from a lake or river, and the filter will remove the impurities.

This is another gift that will be used for years to come.

LifeStraw Personal Water Filter

The LifeStraw Personal Water Filter will provide you with safe drinking water in an emergency also.

It uses hollow fiber membrane technology to filter out bacteria, parasites, and other contaminants out of fresh water.

You can carry a LifeStraw instead of a water supply, or you can carry one for emergency use.

Insect and Predator Repellant

Getting bitten or stung will quickly ruin a trip. It’s best to attempt to prevent them with these items.

Insect Repellant

In addition to insect bites being uncomfortable, there are rare cases in which they can become a safety concern.

Few people are allergic to insects, such as mosquitos, and a bite could cause a terrible reaction.

Recent outbreaks of West Nile Virus, Chikungunya virus, or Zika virus, have also created a need for extra caution.

it’s better to be safe than sorry, so it’s important to bring insect repellant and citronella candles.

Bear Spray

Storing food away from your camp is an important safety tip, but there’s still a possibility of encountering a bear.

To prevent bear attacks you can store your food in a bear canister or use bear spray.

Most weapons are not powerful enough to pierce the skull of a bear, and will only anger the animal.

Bear spray, which is like pepper spray for bears, will release chemicals to ward off the bear.

The U.S. National Park Service provides more information on how to prevent attacks.

Chemical Snake Repellant

Always educate yourself about venomous snakes that you might encounter where you will be camping, so you can identify one if you see it.

There are several tips to reduce the chance of a snake encounter, such as staying away from tall grass and keeping your tent closed, but you can also buy chemical snake repellent to protect you against common venomous snakes, like the rattlesnake.

Other Safety Gear

First Aid Kit

First aid kits are vital to the safety of campers, and a comprehensive gift serves as a great gift.

Pre-assembled first-aid kits take the guesswork out of building your own, though many people personalize these kits to suit individual needs.

Our kits include numerous items such as an ice pack, Nitrile gloves, tweezers, scissors, 2 extra-large bandages, 1/2″ x 5-yard adhesive tape, 20 premium bandages, ABD absorbent gauze pad, finger splint, 5- 3×3″ gauze pads and much more.

In the event of an injury, a first aid kit could mean life or death.

Emergency Shelter

What happens if you get stranded on a trail, and you’re unable to return to your campsite?

Maybe someone gets injured and can’t walk back.

In these cases, an emergency shelter is important.

Your emergency shelter should include a blanket and a pop-up tent or tarp to protect you from any harsh winds or rain.

These items can be easily packed in a backpack or drawstring bag and given as a gift to your campers.

Safety Whistle

If you get injured or lost in the wilds, one of the best ways to summon help is a safety whistle.

This is especially important if you’re camping with children. If you one of your children wander off and can’t find their way back to the camp, they can whistle for your help.

Safety whistles don’t require batteries or a cell phone signal, making it one of the best safety items.

A pea-less whistle will work in freezing condition and can be heard from a mile away.

A safety whistle is a cheap and simple personal safety product. If you are going camping or hiking, it will give you an easy way to attract attention in any kind of emergency.

Fire Extinguisher 

If you are going to be cooking on your camping trip or lighting a campfire, a fire extinguisher is another essential piece of camping safety gear.

Instead of carrying a large fire extinguisher, you can get a small fire extinguishing aerosol.

Preventing a fire is important when camping, and it can also be kept at home in another room of the house.


It’s easy to get lost with no directional signs. Some campers may wander off from the group and find themselves in unfamiliar territory.

A compass and map are simple and cheap items to provide as gifts that will keep everyone safe and together.

A GPS locator is a more expensive gift but also a great navigation tool for those who don’t understand maps or compasses.

Either way, getting lost is an easy way to ruin a camping trip, and these items will keep campers safe.

Sun Protection

Sunburn could ruin a trip and potentially cause serious danger.

Sunglasses and sunscreen are two easy, small gifts to give to protect campers from sun damage.

Sanitary Items

Because sanitation options are limited in the wilderness, these gifts are very practical.

Contact with certain germs can cause a reaction or outbreak, and the best way to prevent this is with hand sanitizer and wet wipes.

Go Camping With Peace of Mind

Camping with these items offers great peace of mind for campers and provides your business with a great promotional marketing opportunity.

If you’re a business that provides products or services related to outdoor activities, you can partner with a school to distribute these gifts to get your name out.

Regardless of your business segment, adding your logo to items such as these proves that you care about your community.

The best camping gifts display your passion as a business owner.

Our promotional items can boost your business! Contact us to learn more.

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