One of the great joys of camping is being able to kick back, relax and take in the scenery. Enjoy your down time to the fullest with one of these 7 “Get Your Money’s Worth” camping chairs.
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The Camping Chair List
For long lasting durability, the ALPS Mountaineering King Kong Chair offers a powder coated steel frame and a heavy duty polyester fabric capable of holding up to 800 pounds. Each armrest has an attached cup holder and side pocket with plenty of room to store things so that you don’t have to keep getting up and down.
Another comfortable option for some “settling in for sit” time is the Coleman Cooler Quad Chair. The cooler on the armrest will hold up to 4 cans. Chair easily folds up and nicely fits in the carrying bag.
If you are looking for some help in avoiding direct sun rays, the Quik Shade Adjustable Canopy Folding Camp Chair can help. The canopy is designed to be raised, lowered, or tilted to either side as you need depending on the sun’s angle.
For a chair that is great for both drive up and hike in campsites, look to the Moon Lence Outdoor Ultralight Portable Folding Chair. It weighs in at only 2 pounds, but is designed to hold up to 242 pounds. Best of all, it folds up to fit in a small bag that slides easily into a backpack.
If your like your chair to have a little higher back and come with a built in footrest, give the ALPS Mountaineering Escape Chair a whirl.
If you are somebody who finds rocking motion soothing or is “blessed” with fidgety feet, the GCI Outdoor Freestyle Rocker Chair is the way to go. Spring action rocking technology makes for a smooth glide and the chair folds flat when not in use.
For instant seating in even small spaces, check out the TravelChair Slacker. Another easy carry chair, it weighs in at 2.2 pounds and includes an integrated velcro closure and handy carry strap. It folds up to the size of a rolled-up newspaper when closed.
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