Glamp it up! Elevate your camp experience with the comforts of home
This cushy setup gives new meaning to sleeping “on the ground.”
With gear like this, you’ll want to be the first one up in camp.
Wake up in your own sheets to birdsong and mountain views—if only home were this spectacular. The alpaca throw ($169; crateandbarrel.com) adds warmth.
An indoor-outdoor throw rug (similar rugs from $49; vivaterra.com) or a pair of slippers makes you forget your floor is dirt.
Once you’re done cooking, there’s no need to blind each other with headlamps or flashlights. Lanterns from $15 at worldmarket.com
The collapsible Sea to Summit Kitchen Sink stands on its own when full, and lets you keep up your beauty routine. $25/10-liter size; seatosummit.com
Timberland Radler Trail Camp shoes are fleece-lined with lugged rubber treads, and zip up for packing. $65; timberland.com
The Snow Peak Hozuki LED lantern has a continuous dimmer and a candle mode, which flickers in the breeze. $90; snowpeak.com
Joby GorillaMobile for iPhone acts as a tripod for travel photos ... or stabilizes your screen in case you can’t go a night without your favorite show. $40; joby.com
Set up the Eagles Nest DoubleNest in two minutes using the company’s Slap Straps ($20). Then lounge away until the dinner bell rings. $65; eaglesnestoutfittersinc.com
The Camp Chef Everest stove has nearly twice the BTUs of standard models and is big enough for a 10-inch frying pan and dutch oven side-by-side. $117; campchef.com
The GSI Outdoors JavaGrind adjustable burr grinder takes a bit of work, but results are impressive. $25; gsioutdoors.com
How to store camp spices in a post–film canister world? In a compact 6-compartment GSI Outdoors Spice Missile. $10; gsioutdoors.com
Camp cups are for cocoa. The base of the GSI Outdoors Glacier wineglass unscrews and nests into the rim for storage. $15; gsioutdoors.com
The Presso manual espresso maker is for the obsessive who can’t go a few days without a proper pressurized shot. $150; presso.us