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Camping Gear Reviews

If you have been looking for an informative website that provides in-depth reviews as well as features all things camping and outdoor equipment, then you have come to the right place. No where else on the web will you be able to find as much useful information on both camping and outdoor equipment. The difference with us is that we provide valid information focusing on the world of camping. We give you the content that you want to know about such as the best gear to use when camping. We delve deep into the gear that can turn a camping trip into a wonderful excursion. The gear reviews that we offer are extremely informative, well-thought out and cover the bases when it comes to you choosing the best gear to take with you on your next camping trip. We love doing camping gear reviews.

Here at 50 Campfires, we break down camping and outdoor gear into 7 different categories:

Sleep – (Tents, sleeping bags, hammocks and camping pillows)
Eat – (Camping coolers, camp stoves and hiking water bottles)
Play – (Kayaks, bike racks, and camping activity kits)
Wear – (Hiking boots, rain wear, and sun hats)
Personal – (Camping bags, camping backpacks, dry gear bags, camping towels, and hydration packs)
Fire – (Fire starters, firewood carriers and campfire dampers)
Gadgets – (Camping tools, iPhone camera accessories, and POV cameras)

We leave no stone unturned and we get into the nitty-gritty when it comes to camping, so you will be able to read the most up-to-date information pertaining to camping and outdoor equipment. Here at www.50campfires.go-vip.net, we gather the most valid reviews, videos, and features on camping and outdoor gear so you don’t have to.

If you’re a manufacturer, and you’d like to have your gear reviewed by 50 Campfires – fill out the form below:

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