Add a splash of light to your campsite, nighttime tailgating, or backyard dinner party with these solar-powered string lights from MPOWERD. They attach to a charging puck that holds an 18-foot length of cord, dotted with 20 LEDs. It runs for up to 20 hours per charge, and is available in both warm white and color versions.
Set up an outdoor fire quickly and easily with this lightweight folding fire pit from Campfire Defender Protect Preserve. Its rustproof mesh platform holds up to 80 pounds of firewood and helps promote airflow for a clean, low-smoke fire. It opens up to 24″ x 24″ x 15″ when in use and weighs just 3.2 pounds.
Wacaco’s portable coffee machine is compatible with Nespresso capsules, so you can enjoy delicious espresso drinks even when you’re camping. Just add hot water to its tank, unlock its piston, and pump for espresso perfection, complete with that smooth crema topper.
Benewin’s sturdy and outdoor-friendly table is a notch above others. Their larger model measures a substantial 47.3″ x 23.6″ x 17.4″, and packs down to just 26.3″ x 9.8″ x 7.1″. Its made from solid wood and features a removable roll-up top and triple folding legs. They also make a smaller 35″ wide model.
While cooking out is generally associated with warm weather, we do it year-round. This 11-piece travel set is perfect for outdoor cooking and includes everything but the fire to cook over. It comes with tongs, a grill fork, shears, knives, a ladle, a cutting board, spice shakers, a corkscrew, and a zippered case to carry it all in.
This handy camping accessory from TreeHugger Systems provides a way to keep loose items together in your backpack. Its 3D-printed baseplate has dozens of holes for tying down items with the included lashing cord. Its open grid can also be used with Velcro straps.
This unique camping cookware collapses down to just 3cm (~1.18″) tall when not in use, making it easy to carry in a backpack. It’s made from durable stainless steel and holds up to 1.1 liters of contents. Its precision-engineered structure is watertight, so that nothing will leak out while cooking.
A great gift for campers, the Base Camp kit packs some of Gerber Gear’s most useful camping tools. It includes a tactical pack hatchet, a Compleat utensil set, and a Freeman fixed blade knife. The hatchet and knife feature full-tang construction, and the utensils include a fork, spoon, spatula, tongs, and 4-function kitchen tool.
NEBO’ collapsible lantern doubles as a watertight bucket. It folds down to just 2.2″ thick and expands to hold up to 1.3 gallons (5 liters) of contents. With its lid on, it works as a lantern, and its puck-shaped magnetic light is removable. It’s perfect for doing under-sink repairs or for carrying bathing supplies when camping.
Just because you’re outdoors doesn’t mean you have to keep your stuff on the ground. This lightweight, portable table provides a heavy-duty ripstop nylon tabletop, set atop a folding aluminum structure. Four built-in cupholder baskets ensure your drinks won’t tip over.
This rugged duffel bag from Prometheus Design Werx maximizes storage space with its squared-off shape. It’s great for carrying all kinds of supplies for overlanding and camping. It has a rain flap around its zipper, mesh organizer pockets, and two removable EDCO panels. It also has a spot for optional content identification patches.
Igloo’s heavy-duty coolers are built using a lightweight blow-molded body, with thick foam walls that keep ice frozen for up to 4 days. They have multiple tie-down points, non-slip corners, a rubberized grab handle, and a stainless steel kick plate. Available in 25 qt., 52 qt., and 72 qt. sizes.
Tired of struggling to get your grill or fire pit started? The RocketFire attaches to a small bottle of propane or MAP gas and converts it into a rapid firestarter. The 17″ long stainless steel wand has a tri-flame cone tip that starts fires quickly with its focused flame and up to 2000ºF of heat.
The puffy, reversible, water-resistant Adventure Blanket from Cascade Mountain Tech has become our cozy buddy for camping, beaching, event-going, and RV bedding. Made of machine-washable nylon rip-stop, it’s big enough for two (70” x 60”) and has thumb loops so you can wrap up while keeping your hands free.
These heavy-duty coolers have a freezer-quality lid gasket, built-in bottle openers, and up to 3 inches of foam insulation to hold ice for up to a full week. With their ultra-tough roto-molded construction, the 45-, 60- and 80-quart coolers are certified bear-resistant, so they’ll even survive your craziest parties.
These portable lanterns have collapsible shades and folding legs to use up 50% less space in your backpack. Their tripod legs double as hanging hooks, and you can remove their shades for spotlight mode. Available in 150-lumen Backcountry and 250-lumen Basecamp models, both with a red light mode. Batteries sold separately.
This compact grill is great for cooking small portions of meats, veggies, and even grilled cheese sandwiches. Its butane fuel canister hides inside and can burn at a full flame for up to 90 minutes. Plus, its ceramic grates have a smooth, nonstick surface for easy flipping.
This smartly designed all-metal bow saw is perfect for clearing thick branches or cutting firewood while camping. It folds up to fit in your pack, with its blade safely tucked away inside when not in use. Available in 15″ and 21″ sizes. The smaller model weighs just over 11 oz. while the larger one weighs less than 14 oz.
Keep your campsite running with this powerful and portable battery pack. With a capacity of 288Wh, it charges gadgets quickly, and its three AC outlets can power tools and household appliances. It has three USB-A ports, including one with fast charge, one USB-C 100W port, a 12VDC port, and built-in emergency light.
Getting off the ground when you’re camping has all kinds of advantages – keeping you away from damp ground, providing greater visibility, and improving sleep comfort. The Aerial A1 can be set up between trees using its slackline-inspired suspension system, as well as on rough, uneven terrain when trees aren’t available.
Hammaka’s outdoor bed combines the comfort of a sleeping pad with the ability to hang it up as a hammock. Its inflatable pad can be adjusted to your desired firmness and can be used standalone on the ground as well. Measures 82″L x 35″W x 2.5″H, and has a 300 lb weight capacity.
Yearning for adventure? El Capitan Canyon offers a memorable getaway on the unspoiled California coast north of Santa Barbara. One of the USA’s first sustainably-minded “glamping” lodges, it offers comfy cedar cabins, safari tents, and domed yurts stretched along a peaceful canyon creek within 350 protected acres.
This modern fire pit burns wood without smoking you out, thanks to its see-through mesh body and battery-powered airflow system. Its included grill grate lets you cook meals, and an adjustable fuel rack allows charcoal grilling too. You can even adjust the intensity of its flame via a smartphone app.
One of the cooler options coming to the Rivian R1T electric pickup truck is the integrated mobile kitchen. It slides out of the side of the truck and includes a pair of induction burners, a sink, 5 gallons of water storage, and storage for cooking and serving accessories. Volter Media posted a demo of a late-stage prototype.