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Father’s Day Gift Guide 2018

A Father is neither an anchor to hold us back nor a sail to take us there, but a guiding light to show us the way…

The 50 Campfires team has assembled a great list of gifts for the outdoorsy dad this Father’s Day. Check it out below, then make plans to get good ol’ dad outside for his special day.

Father's Day Gift Idea BarCountry Pocket Cocktails


If you have a Dad who enjoys relaxing and a delicious cocktail at the end of the day – he’s going to love the dehydrated cocktail mixers from BarCountry.

Simply add water and alcohol to their perfectly blended and packable mixers – and make a perfect drink every time. Their flavors range from Cherry Infused Old Fashioned and Coconut Lime Margaritas to a delicious Bloody Mary – so there’s something for every palate.


Father's Day Gift Idea COAST HX4 Cliplight


Dads and gadgets go together like flashlights and batteries. While Dad might already have a flashlight and headlamp, we’re really digging the new HX4 Cliplights from COAST.

These versatile little lights can be attached to just about anything with their integrated clip. The head swivels, putting the light right where he needs it. A quick push of the button changes the light color from white to red. He’s going to love them.


Father's Day Gift Idea Fire Grilling Cowboy Kabob


The days of Dad sharpening the end of the stick to roast a weenie are going to be a thing of the past one he discovers Cowboy Kabobs.

These robust roasting skewers are big enough to accommodate everything from full size steaks to a campground’s worth of sausages. This is a perfect gift for the fire pit cook … after all – Dad was the original cowboy!

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Fathers Day Gift Idea Ecozoom Versa Stove


Imagine how frustrated Dad gets when he runs out of propane. If he’s anything like ours, it could be a catastrophic situation.

The EcoZoom Versa Stove operates on your choice of wood, charcoal or any biomass – making it the perfect companion keeping Dad cooking long into the weekend. It’ easy to use, with full heat control and a stovetop that can accommodate either a flat or round bottom pan. Dad will quickly become the envy of the campsite.


Fathers Day Gift Idea Advanced Elements Airfusion EVO


Dads love their toys, however – they hand finding room to store them all. The AirFusion EVO from Advanced Elements packs down to a duffel bag – making it easy to store and carry.

At just 32 pounds, the inflatable AirFusion EVO is constructed of aluminum frame poles and a drop-stitched main chamber that’s rugged, and ready for just about any adventure. He’s going to love the versatility, with the build quality and design of a rigid hard-shell kayak.


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