The best way to make 2018 as awesome as possible is to spend as much time in the great outdoors as you can manage. A Kamp-Rite tent cot makes the camping experience so much more comfortable, since it keeps you elevated off the rocks and damp ground. Easy to fold up and store, our tent cots are great for the whole family, giving you the perfect excuse to load up the loved ones and head into nature. Here are our top recommendations for pitching up a tent cot in 2018; now get out there and enjoy it!
Joshua Tree National Park
From viewing rugged rock formations and desert forests to gazing up at a brilliant star-filled sky, you’ll love how Joshua Tree is an awesome year-round camping destination for the entire family. Knowing that the Kamp-Rite tent cot is comfy and easy to set up on-the-fly, and that it allows your clan enjoy the best of the outdoors, will provide plenty of California high desert thrills. With a wide selection of different campsites, most of them accessible by vehicle, Joshua Tree is an easy but amazing destination for tent cot camping.
The Florida Everglades
Located in Southern Florida, with year-round sunny weather and an abundance of wildlife to view and nature to explore, Everglades National Park is as close to the Amazon jungle as it gets without leaving the USA. However, since mosquitoes are omnipresent and the ground is not only often humid and wet but home to many creepy crawly things, traditional campers often miss out on enjoying the Florida Everglades fully. The Kamp-Rite tent cot is of course the perfect solution to this dilemma, since it keeps you almost a foot off the ground and dry even in the wet season.
Olympic National Park
Home to a rugged Pacific coastline, towering mountains and acres of old growth rain forest, Olympic National Park is one of the most bio-diverse regions in the United States, a sheer natural wonderland for family campers. Also one of the rainiest places in the country (that’s what keeps it so green after all!), Olympic National Park is a great place to break out a Kamp-Rite tent cot and avoid having to sleep on the cold, rain-soaked forest floor. Located in Western Washington, this mega park is open year-round and boasts many camping sites in a variety of bio-regions.