7 of the best Fall Camping Essentials

If you’re thinking of heading out in the wild over the next few months, you’ll likely want to grab some camping essentials to make the excursion a more enjoyable one. The digital shelves of Huckberry are positively chock full of awesome camping gear that will add to your experience considerably.

Check out our pick of 7 of the best camping essentials for fall below:

CGear Sand-Free Compact Outdoor Chair – $60

Crafted from CGear’s patented sand-free textile that wicks sand, dirt, and water, this awesome Compact Outdoor Chair ($60) will deliver unparalleled camping comfort this fall. It is as light as a carton of milk, so it won’t weigh you down on the trail and boasts a supportive and ergonomic frame which is ridiculously comfortable for your back out in the wild. ($60)


Fire & Flavour Hero Grill System – Portable Eco-Friendly Outdoor Grill + Case – $100

The Hero Grill is an innovative way to enjoy your favourite grilled meals in the outdoors – anytime, anywhere – and you’ll love the immense portability of this awesome looking bit of kit. It includes Hero Grill, one charcoal pod, bamboo spatula, thermometer, bamboo cutting board, and rugged, waterproof carrying case. It has a non-stick, dishwasher-safe grill and it folds up to the size of a laptop. The nested thermometer is ideal for gauging the temperature of the coals and for testing meat. ($100)


Barebones Pulaski Axe – $142

If you want to ramp up your woodsman credentials this fall, getting your hands on one of these Barebones Pulaski Axes ($142) is a must. The Pulaski Axe is a bigger tool than we’re typically used to seeing from the fellas at Barebones, but that doesn’t mean it didn’t receive the same attention to detail as their smaller outdoor tools. It boasts a solid steel core which connects the axe head to the pommel for superior strength and robustness, and the dual blades – both an axe blade and a horizontal blade – make it a versatile, functional tool for any outdoor work. ($142)


Matador Packable Water Bottle – $30

A super convenient, fantastically packable water bottle that saves precious space in your bag, Matador have hit another home run with this one. Traveling fuels our spirit, and there’s nothing that can beat packing a bag and hitting the road. And using our pack’s limited space efficiently was a brutal challenge until Matador came knocking. Their wondefully Packable Water Bottle keeps you well-hydrated without the confines of a bulky, rigid water bottle. It comes with a full-length straw that delivers structure and enables upright drinking while the collapsable design lets you stash it away when you’re fully hydrated. ($30)


DemerBox DB2 – Indestructible Waterproof BT Speaker – $349

You’ll need a speaker that is as robust as they come if you’re heading out into the wild on a regular basis and want your favourite tunes in tow. They don’t come much tougher than the DemerBox DB2 – Indestructible Waterproof BT Speaker ($349). Perfect for outdoor adventures, the DemerBox delivers 40+ hours of battery life on a single charge and comes in a no-nonsense, crush-proof Pelican case. It has a USB port for charging your devices while playing music and quick and easy Bluetooth pairing with a wireless range up to 100 feet. ($349)


Nocs Provisions Standard Issue Waterproof Binoculars + Tapestry Strap – $118

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Weatherproof, rugged, and built to tackle anything you can throw at them, there’s no reason to leave these brilliant looking Nocs Provisions Standard Issue Waterproof Binoculars ($118) at home. They’re capable of 8x magnification which is the equivalent of a 400 mm camera lens and boast a GoodEye™ Glass system with anti-reflective coated lenses. Courtesy of the IPX7 waterproof certification, these binoculars are submersible for up to 30 minutes and they are fog-proof thanks to nitrogen filled internal chambers. ($118)


Avora Natural Wood Paddle Tennis Set – $88

This handsome, quality-crafted set of paddles with a sleek design for playing at the beach or any wide open space will be a camping essential for those who like to follow up their craft beers with a ball game or two. They are tough-built and weather-resistant for summer after summer of play and each set includes two balls, one hard for faster play and one soft for a more relaxed game. It comes with a custom-fit neoprene case for taking the game anywhere and the beveled edges and ergonomic handles feel great in the hand. ($88)

Leo is the owner of The Coolector and writes about the stuff he loves. And some stuff that he merely likes.