Format the checklist. Sure, you could simply post the checklist on your website. But a little extra effort on the design front can make your checklist feel more special and valuable. If you don't have graphic design resources in_house, your copywriter should be able to recommend a qualified designer. Distribute your list. Once you have the finished checklist, it's time to get it in the hands of your prospects. Consider adding it as a downloadable PDF to your website, e_mailing it to your mailing list, sending it along with a sales letter, writing about it on your blog and even issuing a press release to announce its availability.
Doing this can bring with it peace of mind that you will not forget a single thing you would like to bring including the "activities" you would like to do. While you are doing this for yourself, you don't need to forget that others are going out on this camping trip with you. Getting together with them can stave off any chances of forgetting a single thing. Between all of you, there should not be a single thing forgotten. Since camping checklist are pretty easy to make, there is no reason not to make one other than you just do not want to take the time.