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Summer is just around the corner, and that means camping season is nearly here. Help Dad start the camping season out right with one of these great camping gift ideas.
There is no better way to relax than lounging in a hammock at camp. String the hammock between two trees and take a well-deserved nap after a long day of exploring. Plus, the Eno DoubleNest has room for two!
One of the essentials in the camping kit, the Suunto Leader compass is sure to inspire the adventure-seeking dad.
For the dad who never seems to get enough hydration, choose the Hydro Flask 64oz bottle. Fill it with water, beer, lemonade, or iced tea and it will stay cold for 24 hours, and there will be plenty to go around.
Perfect for the weekend camping trip, the Flip 20 will ensure that dad’s tech is always charged. It easily holds two full charges for a smart phone and other devices.
That firewood isn’t going to chop itself! This handy and durable Ultimate Survival Technologies camp axe is sure to help dad keep the family warm at night.
Another essential piece of camping gear: the classic Swiss Army knife. Give dad the gift of dependable utility with the timeless Swiss Army Huntsman knife.
Keep the tunes playing even at the campsite! The UE Roll 2 Portable Speaker provides enough power for a 8-hours of music, and the rugged, waterproof construction of the Roll 2 ensures that the music will withstand years of abuse.
The Micro Dog Multitool is a must-have camping tool for the dad who loves his furry friend. It includes a flathead screwdriver, bottle opener, file, 5 different hex wrenches and a ruler.
Perfect for a quick overnight camping trip, the Osprey Talon 33 backpack has plenty of room for all of the essentials.
Morning coffee has never tasted so good.The double-walled Snow Peak cup will make sure that dad’s coffee stays hotter longer, and the durability will give him morning coffee comfort for a lifetime.
For the discerning dad, wine is an essential part of every outing, camping included. The GSI Wine Glass provides style and opulence for those cozy nights by the campfire.
Get dad organized! These zip sacks will make packing more simple and stress-free. No more digging around in the backpack for his headlamp.
The Yeti Tundra cooler is perfect for weekend family car camping with plenty of space to keep a couple of days worth of food cold and safe.
The perfect camp shirt; made of 100% polyester ripstop, the durable and quick-drying Patagonia Sol Patrol shirt will be sure to withstand the rigors of outdoor camping adventures.
For dads with younger kids, the Deuter Kid Comfort 2 backpack will allow him to trek longer and farther without worrying about a tired kid.
Give dad the gift of long-lasting camp cutlery. The Snow Peak Titanium set will last a lifetime and save weight in the pack.
The MPOWERD Solar Lantern is the perfect way to keep the tent illuminated without the need of batteries. Charge the lantern by the campsite during the day and he will enjoy ideal reading conditions at night.
Simple hydration on the go; the three liters in the Camelbak Crux will make sure that dad stays hydrated for longer. No more reaching for water bottles, the water reservoir makes for easy access on the trail.
The Mountain Summit Gear kitchen is a fantastic addition to dad’s camp cooking arsenal with plenty of room for hearty campsite meals.
Made for quick and easy setup, the REI Stowaway chair will take up little space in the car and leave room for more important things, while keeping him comfy by the fire.
Last Updated on June 5, 2019
Dennis Taylor - Owner of Outdoor Fact - is a graduate of National Camping School and REI Outdoor School. He knows everything about what gear to take with you, how to plan your trip to stay safe and what to do if you get lost in the mountains. We are lucky to have Dennis with us as he is a ‘walking encyclopedia’ when it comes to the wilderness.