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21+ Best Places to Go Glamping in California

Few states are better for glamping than California. Thanks to its pleasant year-round weather, much of the Golden State is ideal for winter glamping, whether you prefer mild beach weather or a retreat to the snow. And that's not to mention the fantastic weather in the spring, summer, and fall! From Northern California...

Diamond Brand Freedome 2.5 Tent Review

Diamond Brand Freedome Tent
Diamond Brand Gear has been making top-quality outdoor equipment since 1881 – and their Freedome Tent stays true to their legacy. The three-season 2.5-person tent takes a time-tested design and tweaks it for a more comfortable backpacking and family camping experience. Although it’s a relatively basic tent, the high-quality materials...

25 Best RV Parks in Oregon

There’s a lot to love about RV camping in Oregon. This Pacific Northwestern state has remarkably diverse terrain, including sandy coastal beaches, soaring snowcapped mountains, lush evergreen forests, sprawling high desert, and more. Then, of course, there are popular tourist attractions like Portland, the Oregon Coast, and Crater Lake National Park to name just a few.

KEEN Women’s Hiking Boot – TARGHEE III Review

awesome hiking boots for women her ladies girls
As a farewell to the end of summer, my family and I decided to go on a canoe trip into Minnesota's Boundry Waters. It was an amazing adventure! The best parts about the trip were spending time with our kids, canoeing, watching for wildlife, camping, and a bonus side note, I never once...

The Best Camping in Sequoia National Park

Sequoia National Park is just one of nine national parks in California – but that’s no reason to pass it up. Not only is it contiguous with Kings Canyon National Park to the north, but Yosemite National Park is just a short drive away. While Sequoia is worth a visit in and of itself,...

The Best Backpacking Chairs for 2019

Best Backpacking Chair
A backpacking chair isn’t exactly essential backpacking gear. You can certainly get by without a chair altogether. Or you can use a large rock, a log, or even your sleeping pad as a makeshift seat. But if you’re not a lightweight backpacker, then adding a backpacking chair into the mix isn’t as crazy an idea as you might think....

30+ of the Best Places to Go Camping in Alaska

Alaska has so many fantastic camping opportunities that it can be overwhelming! As the most sparsely populated state in the country, there’s plenty of room to spread out for a remote camping experience. Or, camp close to Anchorage for easy access to all the amenities and attractions Alaska’s biggest city has to offer.

Keen Men’s Targhee 3 Hiking Boot Review

Keen Targhee 3 Hiking Boots
The Keen Targhee 3 is an incredibly stylish and practical hiking boot that throws in features galore. With a classic style that looks great in the backcountry or around town and comfort that you can wear all day, the Targhee 3 has quickly become my goto hiking boot.

The Best Glamping Tents for Luxury Camping

Best Glamping Tents
The glamping craze is sweeping across America as of late. The New York Times states this form of luxury camping has now hit the mainstream. An exhaustive report from Arizton Advisory & Intelligence projects the glamping market to hit $1 billion in revenue by 2024 in the United States alone.

MSR Hubba Hubba NX 2 Review

MSR Hubba Hubba NX 2 Person Tent
It's not often that a piece of gear, let alone a tent, gets a perfect score here on Beyond The Tent. But the Hubba Hubba NX 2 by MSR Gear is the rare piece of gear that blew us away in nearly every category. This lightweight yet durable 2 person...