Hammocks are easy, lightweight and compact- perfect for backpackers. And we are seeing more and more family campers bringing hammocks to their campsites, as well. What better place to relax than in a hammock?
Not to mention that kids love hammocks. In fact, in response to my blog post 5 Non-Essential Camping Essentials for Kids, 2 of our readers mentioned bringing hammocks to keep their kids entertained at the campsite. Tanya from Family Adventures in the Canadian Rockies shared this comment:
We bring a hammock and the preschoolers can’t get enough of it. They spend hours in that thing every camping trip.
Of course, hammocks today are much different than the hammocks we grew up with. Case in point, the DoubleNest Hammock from Eagles Nest Outfitters (ENO).
- Sets up in seconds
- Big enough for 2 people to snuggle.
- 400 lb capacity.
- Heavy duty triple stitched seams.
- Breathable, quick drying nylon.
- Comes with an attached compression stuff sack.
- This hammock is SO compact when its in the compression sack.
Are you interested in trying out this camping trend? Well, the good news is that in the coming weeks, we may be giving away a ENO DoubleNest Hammock (and by may, I mean, we definitely will be giving away one). So check back with us, because this is A Little Giveaway that you don’t want to miss!
Eagles Nest Outfitters is providing the DoubleNest Hammock to be given away. Opinions are my own.
Company Spotlight: Eagles Nest Outfitters. Eagles Nest Outfitters, Inc. (ENO) was started in the summer of 1999 by brothers Peter and Paul Pinholster. They began a small operation in St. Petersburg, FL and spent a lot of time traveling the East Coast in a minivan, selling hammocks at music festivals and community gatherings. When the business outgrew the minivan, they settled down in Asheville, NC and continued to grow the company. Today, they continue to supply the best hammocks and accessories to like-minded people around the globe.
I’ll see ya by the campfire.
Do you bring a hammock on your camping trips? If not, is this something you would like to try?
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