With the sun peeking through the clouds and the birds chirping in unison, it’s finally time to kick off the long-awaited camping season. If you’re dusting off your gear and realizing that you need something new – don’t worry, we’ve got you covered. Here are some great picks for camping gear that are currently on sale.
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If you have a big camping trip planned with friends and family, you’ll want to ensure you have a tent with plenty of room. Getting a two-room tent is an excellent way to accommodate everyone at the campsite. This tent sleeps 8 or more people and is made with extra height in mind.
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These Solo Stove fire pits are a great addition to anyone’s camping gear. Their smokeless design is excellent for families and prevents those uncomfortable gusts of wind from smoking out the fun. The Ranger 2.0 now also comes with a removable ash pan for easy clean up and a carrying case.
Solo Stove Ranger 2.0, $200
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A durable sleeping bag is crucial when you’re camping often. This sleeping bag will keep you warm on those chilly nights at the beginning and end of the season. The mummy shape prevents drafts and is made from light, waterproof fabric.
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Primitive camping is definitely fun, but if you get a particularly hard campsite, your body may not agree. Prevent aches and pains with this inflatable sleeping pad. With 6 ½ feet of length, you’ll be covered from head to toe for a comfortable night’s sleep.
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When you’re setting up your camp kitchen, you’ll need some high, flat surfaces for meal prep. Set up shop on this lightweight utility table. It easily snaps together so you aren’t wasting any precious time outdoors with your loved ones.
ALPS Mountaineering Folding Utility Table, $120
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As much as we hope for consistently clear weather during our camping trip, it isn’t always guaranteed. But unless you’re under a severe weather warning, that doesn’t mean you should pack it up. Pick up a shelter to protect your outdoor gear from rain or intense sun, and if it’s still raining at the end of the night, move it over your tent for a little extra protection.
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This accessory kit is meant to keep you prepared for any camping stove needs. The windscreen is a great accessory for those breezy spring evenings, and the fire striker and tinder on a rope will help you keep the fire going.
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A good, durable set of camping dishes that are easy to clean will make your time in the outdoors that much more enjoyable. The classic camping set includes a set of 12-ounce mugs, 6 inch bowls, and 10.5-inch plates.
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