We recently reached out to our friend across the pond, Max Dreamcreator, for our latest batch of tentallating imagery. His tentsational photography of lands throughout Europe will have you feeling green with tentvy. Seriously, his campsites are so sweet, you’ll have to visit the tentist. Ok, we’ll stop. Without any further cringe inducing puns, let us tentroduce you to Max Dreamcreator….
Tent camping is not an easy undertaking, but if you use these 5 simple rules you’ll be a tip top tent camper in no time! Head over to our friends at Hipcamp to read our mini bible for how to pick a campsite that will have you raging with tent-thusiasm!
We’re stoked to partner with The Earth Ship and photographer Zak Stone to giveaway a free Molecule-4 Tent! It’s totally compli-tent-ary! As you probably read in out ‘Tentovation’ article with The Earth Ship, every 3-season Molecule-4 tent is made from recycled bottles and feature the ‘Infinite Tarpestry’ artwork of Mars-1. To put some more icing on the sustainability cake, they plant 10 trees for every tent purchased.
Did you procras-tent-ate on your gift buying again this year??? Yeah, us too. But fear not! We’ve compiled a list of our favorite last minute gifts and the best deals on the interwebs for the camp cravers on your list. From stocking stuffers to the ‘oh my god! I can’t believe you got this! I love you so much!’ tent on their list.
Use Code TentCommandments5 and get an additional 5% off. That’s 25% off and free shipping! Click here for this insane offer! And to top it off, they plant 18 trees for every tent purchased!
Got a would-be weekend warrior on your list or just looking to upgrade the camping kit of that special someone? We’ve waded through figuratively ten(t)s of thousands of outdoor dwellings for the tent tenants on your list! Read on to see our reco-tent-ations Continue reading “The Ultimate Holiday Tent Gift Guide”
Mountains aren’t just funny. They are hill-areas! And what better place to get away from it all than a mountain escape in Northeastern Nevada? C’mon, you’ve been working hard. You deserve it!
The Mountain Escape camp outside the Old West town of Montello, Nevada is no frills yet provides everything you need. Open space, expansive mountain views, and a flat spot to put your tent. Sounds like the Four Seasons to us!
Need a little extra push to dust off the tent in search of ad-tent-ure? Our ‘Tentspiration’ feature is composed of photos so good, you’ll head straight for the woods. This week’s feature is by Zak Stone, a Salem, Oregon based photographer, avid tentsman and family man who has worked with the likes of Tenba Bags, Lume Cube, Shwood Sunglasses and our friends at The Earthship to name a few. Scroll through for more about Zak and get all the tenspiration you need to get out and ‘Campe Diem’! Continue reading “Tentspiration: Zak Stone”
We first found The Earthship through their stunning imagery on Instagram, but grew even more intrigued of this newcomer in the tent-dustry when we learned their tent were made from recycled bottles. Yes, you read that right. These are high quality, outdoor ready, take-what-you-can-put-them-through tents made out of recycled plastic textiles.
Thou shalt explore the world but first, coffee…
That’s right! We teamed up with Libra Coffee to giveaway a Libra Camper Mug and a 5-Pack of Pourtables, the easiest way to get premium coffee on your outdoor adventures. Follow us on Instagram and see this post for details! Come up with your best, wittiest, punniest caption, leave a comment + tag a friend and you’re in!
I came across an Instagram post the other day of which the general theme was this: by tagging the geographic location of your remote or special ‘secret’ campsite on social media, that you are doing yourself and the general camping public a disservice by informing the uninformed of it’s existence. The irony of finding this post on the ‘Explore’ page was not lost on this punslinger. The poster went on in detail about how the geotagging offender was trying to somehow assert their coolness by showing how in the outdoor know they are. That part actually makes sense.
Her secluded Joshua Tree campsite, once cut off from the outside world, was being overrun with tourists in search of likes and retweets. Her go-to spot had become her don’t-go-to spot due to the congestion and new found resi-tents.