Calling all outdoor lovers! Holidays are among us – crazy, I know. We’re all scrambling to find gifts for the people in our lives so to make it easier for you, I’ve put together gift ideas that’ll be useful when you’re holiday shopping. We’ve curated some best gifts for outdoor enthusiasts, such as campers and hikers.
Camping Lantern Flashlight $23.30
Adjustable Hiking Sticks $27.99
Compact Pocket Blanket $19.99
Here are gift ideas for outdoor lovers in your life. We have a gift guide for campers and a gift guide for hikers.
Gift Guide for Campers
I grew up in a family that loves camping – like, setting up tents and going to the bathroom in the trees. I haven’t tried backpacking yet, but maybe someday I will! Here are some gift ideas for the campers in your life.
These self-inflating sleeping pad takes about one minute to inflate. The process is very easy and is quite impressive for how comfortable it. Each air bed also comes with two repair patches in case of a rip or tear!
If you’re looking for a lightweight yet durable chair, then look no further! Some cool features of these chairs include a built-in cooler that can hold 4 cans, a mesh cup holder, and side pockets, which can be used for books, phones, and other small accessories. There are one big pocket and two smaller pockets.
These lanterns are invaluable for power outages or when you’re camping in the middle of nowhere. The light is bright enough to read a book or even apply your makeup. The bulbs can be turned on separately if you don’t want quite as much light.
This is perfect if you don’t like sleeping in a tent. It’s super lightweight, easy to set up, sturdy, and comfortable. The double camping hammock can provide support up to 500 pounds! You can have 3 or even 4 people on the hammock!
This is a must-have if you’re out camping and need to keep your electronics charged. Besides being a waterproof power bank, it’s also solar-powered. The 20k amp hours is more than plenty and can fully charge the average phone about 9 times. It also has useful features such as a flashlight and compass.
Gift Guide for Hikers
If you’re in Arizona, then you know that hiking is a must! There are so many beautiful hiking trails in Phoenix, Arizona, and even more beautiful trails up north near Sedona and Flagstaff. While I’m not an avid hiker myself, I’ve asked several friends and family for their ideas. These gift ideas range from beginners to advanced hikers, so you’ll be sure to find something that will fit the hike lovers in your life!
Adjustable Hiking Sticks – $27.99
CamelBak Chute Mag Water Bottle – $11.89
Water bottles are always a must on a hiking trip. A hiker can never have too many water bottles. It comes in a variety of sizes so depending on how short or long your hike is, this is perfect! The water bottle is lightweight making it easier to carry on a hiking trip. It’s also leaked proof while closed so you wouldn’t have to worry about wasting water. Every single drop of water counts.
Compact Pocket Blanket – $19.99
This pocket blanket is perfect for hiking and camping trips. Not only is this blanket compact, but it can fit up to 2 adults or 4 children. It’s also tear-resistant so you can enjoy it on most terrains!
Battery Powered Lantern Light – $27.99
Portable Solar Power Bank Waterproof – $14.95
Let me know what you think of these gift ideas!
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