How To Go On A Camping Trip In Your Own Backyard

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Emeric Brard

Lifestyle Writer

Jun 02, 2021

Staying at home doesn’t mean that all of life’s pleasures have to be chucked out the window; there’s still plenty to do! To make the most of the last days of warmth, why not set up camp in your own backyard to create a camping experience for the whole family like no other.

There are four things you need to ensure in either to do this:

Combine comfort and style

hammock, camping

What’s a camping trip without a hammock? Get your hands on a Two Trees Quilted Double Rod Hammock (RRP $99) which can either be hung up independently or with the Two Trees Universal Hammock Frame (RRP $129). This hammock is strong, stylish and perfect for a lie in.

Keep the insects away

We can all agree that there is nothing worse than being pestered by insects the entirety of the camping trip, let alone in your backyard!

lantern, camping

To ensure you’re left in peace, the Gecko Portable Lantern Zapper (RRP $59.95), keeps the mozzies away and out of sight while also serving as a lantern. The lantern charges in a mere 2 hours and produces 20 hours of run time.

Stay covered

Although the whole point of going camping is to profit of the sunny weather, it’s good practice to never be too prepared. The Polytuf Camo Tarp (RRP $12.98) and the Polytuf Mesh Tarp (RRP $24.98) are must-haves for your camping experience for protection against nature’s harshness, from wind, sun or rain.

Get grilling

barbecue, camping

A camping trip is never really complete without a barbecue, which is why you need the Char-Griller Akorn Kamado Kooker (RRP $549). This barbecue spreads the temperature evenly, producing a smoky, tender and juicy meat.

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By Emeric Brard

Lifestyle Writer

Emeric Brard is a writer for The Carousel and Women LoveTech.


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