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In a way, Prime Day is the antithesis of camping, which is mostly concerned with unplugging and making do with what's at hand. A day dedicated to buying and consuming is the stuff of eco-nightmares. But that doesn't mean you can't harness this celebration of sales to get what you really want: the ability to leave your laptop behind and escape into nature.
$80 $44 (45% off)
It's not lightweight enough for backpacking, but its two burners are enough to prepare a base camp feast.
$9 $8 (15% off)
Okay, the discount isn't much, but Mountain House's dehydrated camping meals have been hard to find due to pandemic-fueled panic buying.
$99 $84 (15% off)
The award-winning Center-Drive has all the tools you need in the wilderness, and none of those annoying extras.
$200 $140 (30% off)
Marmot's lightweight Zeus is stuffed with 700-fill down, making it just the layer to keep in the camping back for cold nights.
$55 $38 (30% off)
If you're planning to take a day trip from camp, it's best to bring along a lightweight and packable backpack to bring along.
$12 $10 (20% off)
A more iconic water bottle doesn't exist.
$196 $124 (37% off)
This down sleeping bag is rated to 30 degrees Fahrenheit, which should be enough warmth for spring, summer and fall.
$60 $45 (25% off)
Sleeping pads this comfortable don't typically come this cheap.
$120 $95 (21% off)
Bring the campfire to your backyard.
$45 $36 (20% off)
Your portable, affordable food and beverage stash. Discounts are available on 28-quart and 120-quart models.
$200 $120 (40% off)
There's room for the whole family inside this full-sized tent. There's also a discount on the eight-person model.
$216 $151 (30% off)
For a smaller shelter, check out this tent from Marmot. It's light enough for backpacking yet roomy enough for car camping. Discounts are available for both the two- and three-person models.