Halloween Campsite Decorating Ideas

Two things that I love are Halloween and camping. Mix them both together and you’re in for a spooktacular night! Some of my funnest memories as a kid are camping with friends and family around Halloween time. Growing up, my Grandparents owned some land out in the woods and Yogi Bear Jellystone Campground was right across the street. We would walk over there and go tric-or-treating and I remember some campers had some awesome campsite decorating ideas.

And just recently my wife and I camped at The Bogalusa Blues Fest and of course she decorated the camper accordingly. See picture above of Skully on banjo and Rufus on harmonica. They’re a hit every year at The Blues Fest. But anyway, with Halloween right around the corner and (finger’s crossed) some cooler weather rolling in, I’m sure some of you will be doing some camping soon. So what better time than now to share some cool ideas for decorating your campsite.

Here are 10 ways to turn your campsite into a Halloween adventure for all ages. And you can find all of these decorations on Amazon.com.

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Now let’s get to it!


1. Halloween Pumpkin Lights



Add these battery-powererd jack o lantern lights around your camper awning or in the trees near your campsite. No electricity hook-up? No problem. All you need is 3 AA batteries (not included). Lights are LED and will not get hot over extended use.

2. Large Hairy 6ft Spider


Any arachnafobic campers around? You should be able to scare them good with this thing. Set the spider out in the woods somewhere and don’t tell anyone. Then take them on a late night walk through the woods and watch for them to freak out when they walk up on this huge spider!

3. Hanging Lighted Witch Hats 8pcs


Light up the night with these glowing witch hats. There are 4 colors total (3 orange, 3 purple, 1 green and 1 black). Perfect for the campsite or home Halloween decorations. There are 8 different light modes controlled by 1 button. These are highly recommended according to customer reviews on Amazon.

4. Witches With Hitches Halloween T-Shirt


I know, it’s not technically a decoration. But just think of all the candy you will get tric-or-treating in this awesome shirt! Comes in 3 colors: Black, Asphalt, and Dark Heather.

5. Rustic Old Fashioned Light Up Lantern


Give your campsite a vintage feel with this old rugged looking lantern. I don’t think it will serve well as just a light source, but for decorating it will be perfect. It runs on AA batteries and has a Led light bulb in it.

6. LED Rope Light


Place these around the perimeter of the campsite for a great look at night and also as a precaution for people to watch there step. Connect up to three strands together to create a 100 ft. rope light. Light up walkways. Wrap around tree trunks. They’re perfectly safe for pets and kids and they’re cool to the touch.

7. BEWARE! KEEP OUT! DANGER!


Place these awesome signs around the campsite and really make a statement. After all, you should warn everyone else of the zombies and ghouls running around your camp before it’s too late!!

8. Zombie Face and Arms Lawn Stakes


Make it a ‘Night Of The Living Dead’ camp out with this zombie head and arms coming out of the ground. Head and arms are attached to plastic yard stakes that are put in the ground.

9. Halloween Vintage Camper Doormat


Awesome multi color doormat for your camper. Measurements are 18″ x 27″. You can find more info by clicking on the doormat photo above.

10. Banjo Pickin’ Skeleton


And lastly, you can’t go wrong with this guy. My wife and I have one and we named him Skully. And he can get down on that banjo. You just sit him up on a table or chair, hit the button and his eyes will light up as he plays his banjo. Uses 3 AA batteries (not included) and it’s motion activated.

Check out the links in the pictures above for more info. Thank you.


And there ya have it folks. Fall is in the air and it’s time to head out to your favorite campground with friends and family and scare some people!! No, just kidding. It’s all about having a good time in the good old outdoors.

Thank you so much for stopping by and checking out my post. Do you have any decorating ideas for camping that you would like to share? Or any questions? If so, just leave them in the comments section below.

Thank you and I’ll see ya on the trail,

Billy

  1. The timing of this post is just on the point! My girlfriend and I are getting ready for a halloween get-away, so am very glad I came across your post. For some strange reason, I am a big fan of the zombie face and arms lawn stakes, it was great to see that on your list. Any other halloween decoration you’ll recommend apart the 10 mentioned in your post, please?

  2. Great post, very seasonal, and ten really good and fun ideas for decorating a campsite. I particularly like the pumpkin fairy lights – I’d not seen those before. LED rope lights are great for outdoor events at any time of year, really good for helping people to stay safe outside. Thanks for sharing.

  3. Fantastic website, you hit all the points you said in the beginning, also you were honest and upfront in the beginning which makes me more trusting in your website. Will definitely be back to purchase some items. Thank you for the tips and information 😊. Happy Halloween!!!

  4. HellHammer TheHoneyBadger

    Great info and tips for the holiday, great products listed and I feel like they are tried and true because of your knowledge of them. will definitely be back to purchase from your site! I appreciate the honesty in the beginning, I feel more trusting in your site because of it. Happy Halloween!!!

  5. I feel happy to have found this post as I was searching for ideas for turning a campsite into a Halloween adventure that can suit both the young and the old. Your 10 ideas are awesome. 

    My major choice is the Rustic old fashioned Light up Lantern as it runs on AA batteries and will be perfect decoration. I am not bothered that it’s not likely to give enough light to illuminate the environment. 

    Your detailed information is worth sharing. Thanks.

    • Cool, thank you Chris. Yeah, that lantern is pretty cool huh? It makes a great center piece for a camping or coffee table. Thanks for stopping by! Come on back any ol’ time.

      Billy

  6. I love decorating for any holiday and this is such a neat thing that you do! I am sure that everyone enjoys seeing your camping site all decorated for Halloween. The 10 Decorating Ideas that you presented are all great stuff. I enjoyed reading this post and it brought a smile to my face. Thank you so much for sharing!

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