Camping is one of those things that many people enjoy, but not many know much about. It’s not a life or death situation, and it’s not a place to make big decisions. Camping is a summer activity that’s better suited for those who want a day-to-day escape from their busy lives. Camping is not an activity that you get better at with age. It’s more a hobby that you pick up along the way.

If you’re a new camper, whether you’re a novice backpacker or a seasoned mountaineer, our easy-to-use tent essentials will make your first trip out in the wild more comfortable than ever. If you’re a new camper, whether you’re a novice backpacker or a seasoned mountaineer, our easy-to-use tent essentials will make your first trip out in the wild more comfortable than ever.

If you want to go camping and you don’t know how to pack a tent or pitching a tent, then I’ve got the article for you. I’ll show you seven essential items to take with you on your camping trip that are a MUST.

Summer is upon us, a time associated with vacation and time spent outside. If you really want to experience nature, the best thing to do is to go hiking.

Don’t be intimidated if you’re new to camping. Many campsites have running water on every site, as well as cabins with toilets in case nature calls.

With the right equipment, camping can be a fun, safe and relaxing experience filled with memories of roasting marshmallows by the fire, perhaps accompanied by a good Lambrusco.

TentColeman Sundome

In a survival situation, shelter is the first thing you need, and this is easy to find thanks to the large number of tents on the market today, most of which can be set up in minutes.

A good tent will give you space to sleep and store your belongings, and shade to protect you from the sun or rain.

The Coleman Sundome is a great choice for aspiring campers. Depending on the size, it can accommodate 2 to 6 people. This is a relatively inexpensive tent with large mesh windows that let wind through, but not insects. There is even an outlet if you want to put an extension cord inside.



ColemanGas Camping Stove

Sure, you can cook over a campfire, but a much easier, safer, and less time-consuming method is to use what many experienced campers have: a portable gas cooker. On some campsites that do not have open fires, it is even mandatory.

If you’re camping near your car and don’t want to bother with a stove, the Coleman Triton+ two-burner model is ideal. It easily connects to a portable propane tank, and the two burners allow you to cook bacon and eggs on one side and brew coffee in the kettle on the other.



Pinnacle Camper Cooking Kit

If you want to cook while camping, you will need kitchen utensils. No need to bring large pots and pans from home, because the GSI Outdoors Pinnacle Camper set includes four plates, four cups, four bowls, two jumbo lid pans, a non-stick skillet, and even a sink that you can convert into a flexible sink/rack. And the best part? All the tools fit into a small bag that weighs just over three pounds.

With the Destination Kitchen and Tableware Set from GSI Outdoors, you’ll have everything you need to be a true outdoor chef.



YETI Hopper Flip 18 portable refrigerator

To keep food and drinks cool, you need a good fridge that will protect them from the summer heat.

YETI is proud to offer the best insulated coolers on the market. The Hopper series consists of portable, soft coolers, each with handle and shoulder strap. They are available in different sizes.

If you’re camping with fresh rosé, choose the Flip 18 because it’s big enough for full bottles.



NEMO Stargaze Recliner Camping Chair

This sturdy, adjustable chair weighs just under 3kg, can carry up to 300kg and is balanced on an easy to assemble, portable frame. Thanks to an advanced harness system, all you have to do is lean back on the chair and it will support and maintain your chosen position.

Bonus: With a beer holder on the left and a pocket on the right for a cell phone or book, you won’t have to stand up.



Sleeping bagCelsius Regular

A good quality sleeping bag is essential for a good night’s sleep. This model from TETON Sports will keep you warm in temperatures down to 0°F and has a lining along the zipper to prevent drafts.

The hood can be pulled out of the bag to keep the pillow clean, and there is also an inner pocket to store items. When the sleepover is over, it’s easy to store because it fits into a 15″ x 10″ x 10″ compression pouch.



GSI Outdoors Wine Glasses Gift Set

It’s easy to bring wine on a camping trip with this portable wine set, which includes a 750ml soft carafe that can hold a full bottle of your choice. It is stored in a neoprene bag with a shoulder strap that also contains two clear plastic wine glasses. More than just glasses, these are sturdy utensils that are easy to assemble by screwing the legs to the bottom of the glasses. So you can gracefully – fingers up – hold your Cabernet Sauvignon in front of the hot fire.


Published on the 3rd. June 2021

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