We all know how cumbersome the “must-have” folding chairs can be when packing your gear. How about one that folds up to the size of a water bottle but has the same endurance and stability? The CLIQ Camping Chair is a “no-tip” chair holds up to 300 pounds and weighs a little over 3 lbs. ($84 at amazon.com)
The very handy Coleman Dish and Hand Camp Soap Sheets are a sure way to never be caught with your hands dirty. Just add water to these little sheets of soap that are biodegradable and suds up really well and you, and the dishes, will be clean as a whistle in no time. ($9/packet at walmart.com)
You never know what you’ll run up against when enjoying the outdoors – from bug bites to sprains and cuts – so be prepared with the AMK Mountain Series Medical Explorer Kit that holds “enough bandages, medication and instruments for four people on a seven day excursion.” Users say it’s easy to carry and easy to keep organized. ($67 at amazon.com)
Any RVer knows to maximize space you use every inch of the rig and sometimes that means reaching for the highest shelf. The Camco Adjustable Height RV Step Stool might be just the gift for your favorite RVers. Sturdy, stable, and adjustable to up to nine additional inches of height. ($107 at amazon.com)
After the hike is over, these comfy slippers will do the trick to provide the perfect leisure footwear to don back at camp. The North Face Thermoball Traction Mules V are water-resistant and insulated to keep your toes nice and warm. (Under $60 at backcountry.com)
Speaking of hiking, give your favorite hiker this yummy gift box from Patagonia. This treat box contains lightweight, tasty, nutritious treats like organic crackers, tinned seafood, and smoked salmon. ($89 at patagoniaprovisions.com)
Let the Barebones Living Beacon Rechargable Camping Lantern light the way when camping. The lantern lasts nearly 200 hours on one charge, is dimmable, and comes with a USB cord for recharging. ($79.99 at barebonesliving.com)
Don’t forget to give yourself the gift of camping this year with the Thousand Trails Camping Pass. You select the region of the country you’re hoping to camp (or regions if you’re hitting 2024 hard!) and can camp your way through the year. We promise it’ll mean more time outside, making memories, and saving on nightly fees.
- These holiday mason jar recipes are sure to please the eye and your taste buds!
- Resolve to get out and camp even more in 2024, we promise you won’t regret it!
- Slow down and plan a visit to the library, specifically these U.S. Public Libraries that may leave you speechless.
- Did you know you can time travel? Well, sort of. We found a few towns that make you feel like you’ve gone back in time!
- Explore the Thousand Trails Camping Pass and the Thousand Trails Cabin Pass!
- Find more campgrounds at ThousandTrails.com.