The Best Camping Gear For A More Comfortable Night Outdoors

Going from your own bed to a sleeping bag is sometimes uncomfortable, but it doesn’t have to be.

A campsite can be a difficult place to find comfort, with protruding roots and creepy crawlies lying around. Though, a good night's rest can still be achieved when you're in the great outdoors. Here's the best camping gear for a more comfortable night.

CORE 12 Person Extra Large Straight Wall Cabin Tent
Newer styles are more spacious and somehow even easier to set up. | CORE 12

Camping with a big group of friends or family members can be fun, but it can also be difficult to find a campsite or reserve multiple spots at a campsite for so many people. In cases where you need to squeeze everyone into one spot, get a tent big enough to fit everyone.

Hyke & Byke Katahdin 15 & 0F 625 Fill Power Hydrophobic Sleeping Bag
When you miss your great big comforter at home, choose the next best thing. | Hyke & Byke

For sleeping bags, it's important to find one that's easy to transport and easy to pack. At the same time, you can't forget about keeping yourself warm. It's important to find a sleeping bag that has a fine balance between both.

Coleman Camping Cot, Air Mattress, and Pump Combo
Certain accessories will give your vacation a glamourous touch and then you'll never travel without them again. | Coleman

Easy-to-assemble, pop-up mattresses are a must-have for those who might not enjoy sleeping bags or need a little extra support for their body. They're not just good for the campsites, though; you can use them for an extra bed at home for kids' sleepovers, for example.

G4Free Large Camping Hammock with Mosquito Net
Traveling with a loved one means you're never at a shortage of memorable moments, so the last thing you want is bugs. | G4Free

Rocking away in a hammock will bring you back to that ultimate relaxation you felt as a child. It's perhaps the best way to sleep that'll keep you away from any unwanted ground visitors at night.

Hikenture Camping Pillow with Removable Cover
A great sleeping bag can do wonders, but you're up the creek without a paddle if you don't bring something soft for your head. | Hikenture

You don't want to bring your own home pillow to the outdoors. Instead, bring along an inflatable travel pillow that'll take care of your neck in the car, in an airplane and at the campsite.