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Big Agnes Skyline UL Chair

$109.99

WAS: $149.99*

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Big Agnes Skyline UL Stool

$74.99

WAS: $99.99*

  • Rainbow Bandana
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Helinox Table One Hard Top

$112.97 - $149.95

WAS: $149.95*

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GCI Outdoor Eazy Chair XL

$50.00

WAS: $54.99*

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Grand Trunk Hammock Straps

$29.95

WAS: $29.95 - $29.99*

    Grand Trunk Tree Slings

    $19.95

    WAS: $24.99*

      BOTE 4FT Aero Table Classic

      $199.99

      WAS: $399.00*

      Explore Camp Furniture at Moosejaw

      No matter what sort of camp furniture you’re looking for, it should have certain features.

      Comfortable furniture requires breathability, correct sizing, and possibly insulation.

      For easy transport, your furniture should be foldable. Pay attention to its weight. Some furniture designed for outdoor use is still pretty heavy.

      Pick something easy to set up and break down. Also, check the furniture’s packing size.

      See if materials are easy to clean. For items like chairs, detachable cushions make cleaning simpler.

      Items with waterproof and rustproof coatings prevent the degradation of materials.

      Hammocks

      Curling up in a gently swinging hammock is practically the definition of relaxation. These are the most portable camp furniture you can find.

      When purchasing one, make sure it will accommodate your height and weight. This is especially important if you plan to share it.

      Chairs

      As with hammocks, check a chair’s weight capacity before purchasing. You might also want something extra-wide.

      For comfort, options with high backs are popular as are chairs that sit higher off the ground.

      You can also find loungers, which are ideal for napping. Love seats are great for couples or parents and children.

      Tables

      Some small tables can fit into backpacks or even laptop sleeves. Others, like table systems for outdoor cooking, are ill-suited to lengthy travel on foot. Cooking systems are more useful in easily accessible areas.

      You can expect a cooking system to have features like heat-resistant tabletops, sinks, and storage space.

      If you prioritize versatility, dual-height tables are helpful. They’re usually easy to pack, and you can lower them for ground-level picnics.

      For extra fun, add some outdoor games! We even offer outdoor chess sets.