This cushy setup gives new meaning to sleeping “on the ground.”
- Tall and roomy tent. The Mountainsmith Conifer 5+ tent has a 6-foot ceiling and 117 square feet of floor space, with mesh panels that make it feel even bigger. $360; mountainsmith.com
- Rugged welcome mat. Made of mousepad material, the tough but welcoming Domestic Construction Mat helps keep you from tracking dirt inside. $105; plasticashop.com
- Super-comfy sleeping pad. The MegaMat self-inflates, can be tethered to another one to create a queen-size bed, and rivals any “real” mattress for comfort. $219; exped.com
- Retro-cute lantern. An update on the camp classic, the 8D Retro Family-Size Lantern provides up to 30 hours of bright light at a stretch (and has a night-light setting too). $35; coleman.com
- Cozy-tough camp shoes. A fleece lining for comfort and no-slip rubber soles for navigating the forest floor make Patagonia’s Advocate Lace shoes the perfect camp slippers. $75; patagonia.com
- Chic extras. Stripe sheet set in lotus pink (queen size $79; westelm.com); Malou duvet cover (queen size $40; ikea-usa.com); lambswool throw (spread out; $255; alderandcoshop.com); striped wool blanket in charcoal with natural (bottom of stack; $180; coyuchi.com); Soho throw (top of stack; $130; alderandcoshop.com).