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Mother’s Day is such an important day of the year to say thank you to the woman who gave you the gift of life? We know that you want to celebrate mom the right way, but that finding an unique gift for her can be an overwhelming task. If you have been brainstorming what to get your camping Mom this Mother’s Day, here are 20 perfect Mother’s Day gifts to send her a little surprise. Do not forget to say “I love you” when giving her the gift. Our Moms always want to here that!
You can never go wrong with a camp mug of aluminum or stainless steel with your own personal message stamped or etched on the surface. Give her this meaningful cup on this Mother’s day and do not forget to tell her that how much you love her.
A pocketknife is an essential tool for any number of things. Some of the greatest female friendly blades have design features like purple aluminum handles and locking liners that keep blades locked open or closed. That way there are no unexpected events that she can’t handle. This Kershaw Scallion will be here favorite gift.
Whether you gift warm, winter wear or ultra-light protective gear, gloves are always appreciated for anyone who camps and hikes. And for ladies, there are even gloves with scent-controlling fabric because what gal doesn’t appreciate staying fresh? These Under Armour Womens Scent Control Liner Gloves could be a perfect gift for your mom.
No lady wants soggy ankles and toes. Get your avid hiker mom some femininely cool and award-winning purple gaiters. No more finding, these Outdoor Research Women’s Wrapid Gaiters will satisfy her well.
Whether she loves strolling on easy day hikes or adventurous 5-day backpacking hikes, the right hiking shoe can make all the difference!
Keep mom’s feet blister free and comfortable. Give her the gift of socks. After all, it’s only fair because she has probably been keeping you stocked with socks for years. Your mom will definitely love these Darn Tough Vermont Socks.
Give mom the best seat at the campfire with an easily compact folding chair. Ultra-light and easy to pack. She’ll love it. GCI Outdoor Pico Compact Folding Camp Chair will be a great choice to surprise her.
Give mom a navigational gift that can always be relied on, a good, handheld GPS.
Every gal loves a bit of bling. For a mom on the trail, her jewelry should be functional, like the latest trend in survival wristbands. These are toolkits for the wrist, a gift any outdoors-woman can appreciate.
And, while your at it, go ahead and get her a bit of outdoor enthusiast inspired bling.
Nothing says snuggle like a fleece poncho. A variety of colors, styles and prices makes it easy to stay on budget yet get EXACTLY what suits mom.
Mom certainly works up a thirst on hikes. Make sure clean drinking water is close at hand with the gift of a hand-held water purifier.
Ladies have certain essentials unique to their gender. With a hanging toiletry kit, those essentials stay handy, organized and, most of all, private. Select mom’s favorite color and contribute to happier hygiene.
What does mom do with her bedhair on the trail? Her mane is easily managed with a product like dry shampoo. A refreshing spray-in cleanser with pleasing fragrance choices is a win for a mom-gift under 10 bucks
Believe it or not, there are all kinds of little stuff a camper can never have too much of. Gift a grab bag of interesting things: the “Ultimate Camp Cooking” gift/cookbook loaded with humor and helpful camping tips, Wisconsin cheeses and beef summer sausage, ….
If mom finds her joy on the water, a kayaker safety kit is essential. In a single waterproof bag mom will find a bilge pump, alert whistle and paddle float.
A camping gal can never have enough T-shirts. She will be always happy to receive one more from you!
With great gift ideas like this, any mom who loves the great outdoors will know that you picked out a special gift just for her!
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.