Here are 15 camping items that I would 100% buy again.

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Luci 44′ Solar String Lights

rechargeable and packable string lights

I own three sets of solar string lights. When it comes to setting the vibe for camp nights — you can never have too many twinkle lights.

Gregory Alpaca Gear Organization

I own and love several items in the Gregory Alpaca Gear Org collection. My top two favorite items would be the Alpaca Gear Box 45L and Gear Basket 70L.

Nemo Tensor Trail Ultralight Sleeping Pad

Nemo Tensor Trail Ultralight Sleeping Pad

I’ve had this sleeping bad for two years now and I absolutely love it. It’s lightweight, warm, and quiet.

Nemo Foam Seat Pad

Multi-colored seat pad from Nemo

A great lightweight sit pad to have on hand while camping, hiking, or backpacking. I always pack it along, just in case.

Nemo Dagger OSMO 3P Tent

Nemo Dagger OSMO 3P Tent

Pro Tip: Unless you’re going for a super ultralight tent set-up, I recommend sizing up your tent by one person. Ex. For two people, get a three-person (3P) tent. You’ll appreciate the extra space!

Trailmade Mummy Bag Pillow

I am among the camping gals who do not consider a pillow a “luxury” item. I appreciate that this one is affordable, lightweight, and doesn’t have to be inflated.

Kelty Low Loveseat

The chair I never knew I needed, quickly became a camping favorite.

Eno Sub6 Ultralight Hammock

Orange lightweight hammock

Never leave the hammock behind — you never know when you’re going to stumble upon the perfect hammocking spot.

REI Flexlite Air Chair

Lightweight rei backpacking chair

Lightweight and easy to set up, these chairs make the perfect camping or backpacking gear item.

Coleman Cascade Classic Camp Stove

Sea green Coleman camping stove

Functional and cute — what’s not to love?

Selk’Bag Original Recycled Wearable Sleeping Bag

They seem ridiculous but I’ve never been happier sitting around camp than I am when wearing my Selk’Bag. You do need one.

FYI — I own a Large because I needed the extra room in the torso and wanted a comfy fit. (I’m 5’8″ and 135 lbs).

InstantGo 10000 Power Bank

Cell phone power bank

A great, lightweight power bank that charged my camera, and phone (twice) while trekking in Nepal.

REI Camp Roll Table

REI Camp roll table

Honestly, I don’t own this table I own a different one and wish I had this table. Learn from my mistake!

REI Trailmade 20 Sleeping Bag

REI trail

You absolutely cannot beat this price. If you’re looking to finally invest in a sleeping bag and don’t need it to be ultralight, look no further.

SALE ALERT: Rumpl Original Puffy Blanket

Rumpl Green Puffy blanket

They’re super warm, pack down, weigh nothing, and are easy to clean after being tossed around camp.

And if you’re looking for the best adventure clothes, you can check out My Go-To Clothes for Hiking to Annapurna Base Camp, Nepal. If you need Winter clothes, I have a list of all the Winter hiking clothes you need to get out and stay out in the Winter.

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