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Checklist Of Beach Essentials For Your Next Beach Day

by Household Essentials • June 28, 2021
 
Use our basic beach essentials checklist to prepare for your next Beach Day!
 
Sunscreen - This is essential for those hot days out in the sun. According to the American Academy of Dermatology, it is recommended to use sunscreen with an SPF of 30.
 
Tote Bag - Pack towels, sandals, sunscreen and all the beach essentials in one place with a tote bag.
Beach Towels - Necessary for sunbathing and drying off!
Beach Hat - Bring a hat to keep the sunshine out of your eyes.
Swimsuit -  To jump into the ocean of course!
 

Recycling Bag - Bring a recycling bag to store all the bottles and cans from the beach day. 

Aloe Vera - If you end up getting sunburned, aloe vera is great for soothing sunburns. 

Umbrella -  For extra protection from the sun.

Chairs - Folding Chairs are great for extra seating. Plus, they are easy to fold up and take on the road.
 

Dirty Laundry Bag - Bringing a Laundry Bag is great for wet clothes in case you want to change into dry clothes for the rest of the day.  

Camera - Can’t forget to capture those unforgettable memories.

Cooler - Store drinks and water to make sure you are staying hydrated and refreshed.

Beach Toys - For Building sand castles and beach sand art or just for some extra entertainment for the kiddos.

Snacks - Protein bars, nut bars, fruit, and chips are great snacks to bring along on a beach day.

Extra Pair of Clothes - If you are planning on staying past sunset, then make sure you bring an extra pair of warm clothes.

Sunglasses - To keep the sunrays out of your eyes!

Water Bottles - Make sure you stay hydrated by having an ample supply of water.

 

Compact Clothing Dryer - Dry your clothes with a compact dryer that you can fold in your car and unfold quickly.

Hand Sanitizer - Sometimes beaches have bathrooms without soap. Brining hand sanitizer is a good backup just in case you aren’t able to wash your hands. 

Emergency Kit - Hopefully there aren’t any emergencies, but in case there are, having an emergency kit stocked with bandaids, alcohol, and ointments will have you prepared. 

 
Now, go and have some fun in the sun!