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Buy Camping Furniture Online

Updated on March 23, 2010

Camping is a wonderful activity for families to spend quality time and enjoy the great outdoors. There are some essentials that make the whole camping experience more enjoyable. Most campsites have a picnic table but sitting without a back on the picnic table gets old pretty quickly.

There are many great camp chairs on the market today and there is one for every taste. You can even get a camp chair that sits two for you and your special someone. Some camp chairs have cup holders and even built in coolers.

Laying in a hammock under the trees and listening to the birds chirping and the fish jumping in the lake is unbeatable. There are hammocks for every situation from free standing hammocks to hammocks that have to be tied between two trees.

Many times 1 picnic table is not enough for the family to eat and for you to have a camp kitchen. There are many folding picnic tables and cooking tables to meet you every need.

If you are tenting and the idea of sleeping on the ground doesn't appeal to you there are many great cots on the market today to please every taste.

Camp Chairs

The Coleman Oversized Quad Chair with Cooler is awesome to take down to the lake for a bit of fishing and you have a cold drink handy as well.

The Kelsyus Mesh Backpack Outdoor Chair is very cool in that it's arm rests convert into backpack shoulder straps for easy carrying and it sits low to the ground for comfort.

The folding camp chair comes with a back pocket storage and two cup holders. Also comes with a carry bag for easy storage.

The Coleman Deck Chair with Side Table is a strong durable chair with a side table and cup holders and sewn in carry straps.


The Eagles Nest Outfitters DoubleNest Hammock is a wonderful hammock that can hold 2 people. Packs down very small for backpackers.

The Eagles Nest Outfitters SingleNest Hammock is a single version of the doublenest hammock and also is great for backpacking.

The High Grade Foldable Hammock is free standing no trees needed. It folds down for easy storage.

The Kelsyus Portable Hammock XL is for the big guy in your life. Folds for easy storage and comes with a carry bag with straps.

Picnic Tables and Cook Tables

The Picnic Plus Wood Folding Picnic Table with Umbrella is a great camping table. There is seating for 4 and comes with an umbrella for those sunny days. Folds down for easy storage.

The Coleman Pack Away Picnic Table seats 4 and the benches store inside the table and folds for easy storage.

The Coleman Pack Away Kitchen is one of the best cook tables I have seen on the market. It has a pot rack, storage shelf, an area for the stove and a light or lantern hook overhead so you can see whats cooking. A wonderful accessory to any camping trip.

The Pacific Outdoors Big Easy Camp Kitchen is a great little setup. A countertop to prepare your meal and another area for the stove with windshields to prevent the wind from blowing out the flame on your stove. A fold out table to hold your cooking utensils and a storage shelf under the stove area. A zip shut double decked fabric cabinet holds other cooking items.

Camp Cots

The Byer of Maine Allaash Cot is a great cot that can hold up to 350 pounds and folds up into its own carry bag for easy storage.

Teton Sports Outfitter XXL cot is great for the big guy in your life. It holds up to 600 pounds and folds up into a carry case for easy storage.

Texsport Steel Collabsible cot folds down for easy storage and is lightweight for the backpacker.

The Blantex Heavy Duty Steel Folding Cot with Foam Mat is shaped more like a bed and has a foam mat for added comfort. Doubles as an extra bed at home when you have unexpected company.


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      fishtiger58 8 years ago from Momence, Illinois

      Thanks Lady E and yes I love to camp. Am leaving for camping as soon as my son graduates high school on May 28th. Hammocks are pretty easy to use, the most difficult thing is finding two trees the right space apart. Thanks so much for reading my hub.

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      Elena 8 years ago from London, UK

      Interesting Read - I can tell you love camping from your Hubs. I really like the idea of taking a Hammock and it hardly takes up any space. Great idea.

      One day, I look forward to seeing how it is tied to the trees.

      Best Wishes. :)