This tent is great for my needs! I’ve been in camps many times, so I’m not new here, but this is the first time I’ve been sleeping alone in a tent, so I ship myself and build a tent. I was camping in the middle of the forest in northern Michigan this weekend with some friends. Very easy to set up! You really can finish it in a few minutes. I spent my time drinking beer, so maybe 10-20 minutes. Everything you need to install is attached. You can find it on Amazon best seller tent.
2. Getting a hammock is always comfortable, wherever there is a tree.
“Very happy with this purchase! Not kidding or exaggerating, took me 45 seconds to set up by myself.
Very durable yet light weight hammock . Withstands a very rough 4 year old monkey (my little sister).100% sure I will be purchasing another one to camp in; instead of a tent.”
This hammock is great for staying out of the bugs and enjoying a nice stay in the hammock. I enjoyed the hammock but at the same time had a lot of trouble rolling over n it. You really bend quite a bit and it makes it challenging to get in and out. I would also like a hook or something to hand a water bottle from as the inside pockets frequently dumped my items. Regardless, a good quality hammock and quality bug protection.
Pretty decent sleeping bag. Used it on a camping trip with some others. Has been a while since I’ve been camping and one of the other guys actually ended up buying the same bag which wasn’t planned.
5. Get a Hand Cranking Solar Powered Rechargeable Flashlight and never be left in the dark.
Small hand sized flashlight. Has three lights inside that seem bright so far. Nice that it takes either solar charge or crank charge, so it can work at night even if it’s not charged. I tried cranking it maybe 10-20 circles and it allowed it to have light with just that amount of cranking.
Good size bluetooth boom box. The color and design are nice too. Sound tested are pretty clear so far, better than expected. I use it to listen to music in my home gym and the bass and sound are strong and solid enough. Good product for the money
Haven’t been able to use it yet on a trip, but I bought this to charge my headlamp during backpacking and canoeing trips. It’s extremely durable and I enjoy the two LED lights on the front. Keeps me from bringing an extra flashlight with me on my trips. It may charge slower than your larger collapsible solar chargers, but it’s great to have a battery that can charge throughout the day so in case you need it at night, you still have a backup. Plus, it’s so much easier to just clip to the back of your pack than other solar power chargers that take up your entire backpack and can easily be snagged on branches. For what I need it for (my headlamp), I have no doubt it will suffice.
This is a nice heavy duty charging bank. This is a must-have for camping and hiking. It is very durable and well made. It has a solar panel on the unit that can be used to charge the charging bank. It does charge much slower using the solar panel so it is recommended to charge using the power cord through a plug or computer. It will charge through the solar component, just a lot slower.
Pretty cool compact pots. Held up nicely with boiling water… not so much with other food. It burns too easily and is very hard to clean. The bottom already has a burn spot where the flame hits it. Can’t speak for their longevity. If you’re doing serious camp cooking these are not for you! Otherwise pretty good bang for buck.