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Spring Camping Season Is Here, and We Found Tents, Air Mattresses, and More Gear Starting at $2

And nearly everything is on sale.

Whether you’ve been camping for years or are just starting out, it’s important to be prepared with the necessary gear to face whatever Mother Nature throws your way. If you’re staying in a cabin, tent, or RV, you’ll want to stock up on outdoor essentials, especially if you’re isolated from stores.

Walmart’s camping section is filled with must-haves for solo and group trips, including tents, chairs, cookware, and portable stoves for your next adventure, and prices start at just $2. Save up to 53 percent on popular outdoor brands like Ozark Trail, Igloo, and Costway.

Camping Essentials at Walmart

  • Intex 15-Inch Essential Rest Queen Air Mattress, $50 (originally $60)
  • Ozark Trail Camping Director Chair, $35 (originally $75)
  • Coghlan’s Telescoping Fork, $4
  • Ozark Trail 10-Person Instant Cabin Tent, $119 (originally $159)
  • Lifetime 5-Foot Rectangle Folding Table, $45 (originally $55)
  • Sawyer Products Mini Water Filtration System Two-Pack, $32 (originally $41)
  • Ozark Trail Single Mini Handheld LED Flashlight, $2
  • Duraflame 18-Count Firestart Cubes, $7
  • Costway Goplus Portable Propane Three-Burner Stove, $100 (originally $209)
  • Ozark Trail 50-Degree Warm Weather Sleeping Bag, $20
  • Ozark Trail Half-Gallon Vacuum-Sealed Stainless Steel Water Jug, $20
  • Igloo 11-Quart Tag Along Too Hardside Cooler, $40 (originally $50)
  • Costway Folding Portable Aluminum Camping Grill Table, $106 (originally $169)
  • Eccomum Eight-Piece Stainless Steel Camping Cookware Set, $18

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April 2, 2024

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Ali Faccenda is a lifestyle, pop culture, and commerce writer with experience in video content creation. She was previously a market writer at BuzzFeed and also produced short-form video content for their various social platforms.

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