Trying to keep your tent clean and free of trail dirt and pine needles can be tough, especially on a multi-day car camping adventure. Every time you enter your tent, you’re bringing in sand, dirt and twigs from the trail. But if you do a little housekeeping every day with a good dustpan, you’ll revolutionize your in-tent experience. Here are four dustpan sets to help you keep the dust and dirt from turning your tent into a sandbox.
When traveling or camping in certain parts of the world, it can be very important to keep yourself safe from mosquitos. However, even if you’re not at risk of catching some mosquito-borne illness, a mosquito net can still be a handy thing to have among your camping and traveling equipment, as it can keep away pesky insects during the evening or just while you’re lounging or hanging about.
Zero gravity chairs look a little different from your normal camp chair or tailgating bench, but they offer some interesting benefits. Designed to distribute your weight equally all over, you get a higher level of relaxation than you would from a normal chair, as a normal chair can sometimes cause pain in your back and legs.
Gear Editor Kristin Hostetter demonstrates how to safely cook inside a tent's vestibule
Our yurt-dwelling test team shares the goodness of Bear Creek Country Soup Mixes
Beat the backcountry blahs with this aromatic curry dish Beat the backcountry blahs with this aromatic curry dish.