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The Glamping Gear You Need for Your Next Camping Trip

Pinnacle Glamping Tent

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This tent is gorgeous and surprisingly practical. The canvas is seam-taped, waterproof, and mold resistant. There's an optional opening if you need to put a stove inside. ($589;

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Star String Lights

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The fire is pretty, but why not accent your tent with something different? Illuminate your campsite with stars of your own. ($13;

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MUO Wireless Speaker

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Stream your music wirelessly through this gold speaker, which can be oriented vertically or horizontally for equally amazing sound for up to 12 hours. You can also link two devices at once, if you have competing Spotify factions. ($300;

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Portable Cocktail Bar

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Just because you're out in the woods doesn't mean you can't concoct your whiskey smash or margarita with the best tools out there. Muddle and sip with your pinkies up. ($279;

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Circular Daybed

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We'd set this up anywhere TBH, but it'll work perfectly to make your night in the woods incredibly comfortable. The backrest is detachable, and the top is waterproof in case of any sudden downpours or drink spills. ($56;

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Insulated Beer Growler

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Your favorite IPA doesn't need to succumb to the heat. This growler will keep your brew or water cold for up to 24 hours, no sweat. Pour yourself a cold one. ($60;

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Bocce Bag

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Pass some time with the ultimate game of leisure. ($150;

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Foldable Table

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Where else will you set your wine and cheese? This hardwood table folds up into a carry case for easy transport. ($78;

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Cool Containers

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Durable but trendy cups means you don't need to worry about broken glass or heavy lifting to get to your glampsite. Sip in serenity. ($34;

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Woven Blanket

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Cozy and transferable from indoors to out, wrap yourself with a silk and cotton weave that will make even the wildlife jealous. ($428;

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Hammock for One

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What is an afternoon spent outside without a good place to put your feet up? This hammock can pack up easily and makes for an automatic upgrade to any glamping situation. ($118;

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Smart Candles

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The cool color isn't just for show, these candles pack citronella to ward off pesky mosquitoes. A necessity at any campsite. ($5;

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Dutch Oven

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If you've got a good open fire going, this is the perfect no-hassle cooking tool so you can get a chili or stew going directly on the wood or coals. ($90;

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Portable Grill

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This mini grill folds up small, and keeps the mess contained whether you're cooking on coals or just keeping warm. We suggest cooking up one of these 12 Surprising Foods to Grill. ($40;


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Picnic Basket

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If you want the ultimate picnic, this pack has literally everything it takes to make it happen. Your camp will be in awe of your preparedness. ($280;

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Yoga Rug

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Lay this one out on the grass to get in your flow in the morning or evening. ($45;

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