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Published: January 6th 2018
If you’ve ever been camping, and even if you haven’t, when people discuss camping supplies, some basic things probably come to mind: tents, sleeping bags, firewood, and lanterns.
And you’d be right - all of these items are necessities for camping. Unless of course, you own a camping trailer or RV, then the first two items on this list can be reserved for friends that visit your site and party a little too hard to return home until morning.
But what about some more unconventional camping supplies? The ones that you might not think to bring or don’t realize you even need? No fear! This list will provide you with a few must-have items that will turn your camping trip from commonplace to unforgettable. Zero Gravity Chairs
Perhaps the greatest invention in outdoor comfort ever made, the zero gravity chair is basically your living room recliner brought to the great outdoors. But not only are these chairs extremely comfortable, but they can actually reduce back pain
The chairs are pretty common looking, equipped with armrests and a removable pillow for your head. Some offer a side table with a cup holder as well. Once you sit in the comfort of a zero gravity chair, simply push back and find the optimal position for comfort and relaxation. What makes them so comfortable? The design works to distribute your weight evenly, creating a more relaxed experience.
You can set your zero gravity chair in a group of friends, snuggle with a blanket in the early morning hours, or simply bask in the sun during the afternoon. Zero gravity chairs are amazing for naps and late nights by the campfire. Bluetooth Speakers
No outdoor party is complete without some good tunes. Whether you’re into classic rock or country, music is a requirement for any successful camping trip.
If you own an RV or camper, it’s likely equipped with a stereo system inside and speakers outside. This means you can tune into a local radio station or hook-up your iPod or another music device to stream tunes. But if you’re looking for another option, outdoor Bluetooth speakers
are a great option.
You’ll be amazed at how loud these speakers can pump out the music. And the great thing about Bluetooth speakers is that they’re portable. You can move them from the picnic table to the campfire or near the grill while you’re cooking. You can even bring them along to the pool or playground!
No camping trip is complete without your favorite tunes. Games
Sure, camping is about enjoying nature, getting outside in the fresh air, and sharing stories near the fire. But there are some pretty fun and competitive games that can help fill your days with laughs and some healthy competition.
If you haven’t been living in a hole for the last 5 years, you’ve heard of a little game called corn hole, or bean bag toss. The concept of the game is pretty simple - toss your team’s bean bags into the hole of a wooden board set approximately 25 feet from where you’re standing. Players get points if their bags end up on the board or in the hole. The first team to reach 21 wins. The fun of the game is matched only by the awesome and expansive corn hole board designs
Is frisbee more of your game? Then KanJam
is for you. The purpose of the game is to get your frisbee in the slot of the opposing team’s can. Your partner is standing near the can and can smack the frisbee either into the top opening or simply into the side of the can. Points are given for whether or not the frisbee hits the can independently or with help from your teammate. Get the frisbee in the tiny slot without assistance and your team automatically wins the game! Think of Camping as a Party
Camping doesn’t have to be just about getting dirty and warding off bears. Every camping trip is as fun as you make it. Bring along music, amazing food, good friends, and games and you’ll instantly transform your outdoor experience into a party to remember.
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