Will you be in a camper or a tent? We camped a lot with our daughter when she was small. we brought the pack n' play and that helped a lot...but things are new and different, so expect the bedtime routine to be a bit disrupted. Bring lots of wipes, sunscreen and bugspray!
Also - bring a blanket that you can throw on the ground for the baby to play on. Sun hats are a must they will keep your baby happy - also for nap time, plan to move the pack n play outside as the tent gets hot. Bring extra blankets to put over the top to block out the sun if there isn't a nice shady spot.
Start telling baby that the fire is hot right away - I realize he/she is young yet but the sooner they learn it, the better! We started telling our daughter right away and at 2 1/2 we never have trouble with her going near the campfire.
We also made sure to bring familiar toys, lots of wipes, and extra clothes. You'll never believe how dirty those little ones can get while camping!
My daughter is an early riser and I do my best to get her dressed and away from the campsite as soon as she wakes up - so as not to bother other campers. bring an unbrella stroller so you can easily go for a walk and so you have somewhere to put the baby while you need to do other things like cook or do dishes.
I always pack a thermometer and tylenol too - I had my daughter come down with Roseolla while camping last summer. I was able to call my clinic's nurse line and get their advice on whether or not we should come home and I had the things I needed to make her comfortable while we were roughing it. Since we weren't far from home, they told us to stay out there because the fresh air was good for her and to just keep her comfy...it was easy to do because I had the tylenol she needed and I had a thermometer to continually monitor her.