Camping is about experiencing the outdoors, and going back to nature, even if it’s only for a day or two. However, nature likes to put bugs in your tent, and gets raccoons to raid your stuff. Tents on the ground will do their job, but a hammock is better.
The Lawson Blue Ridge Camping Hammock is has thought of just about everything. First and foremost, it’s a hammock, which means no laying on the ground, and you won’t have to worry about an infestation of ants or spiders. However, if you want to sleep on the ground, it’s fully capable of adapting (though you’ll probably want a camping mat). There’s a mosquito net, as well as a rain fly to take on whatever mother nature may have up her sleeve. For about $130, this is a pretty sweet one person tent setup. It’s made of nylon, and has aluminum spreader bars and poles. Anyone else drooling over the thought of summer yet?