Yeah, you love camping! You love pitching your tent with nature and sleeping with the stars. But do you know that one of the few things that can ruin the perfect camping experience is bad sleep.

A lot of things from the buzzing and biting insects to unfavorable temperatures can completely mess up your camping trip.

However, thanks to the new technological breakthroughs, there are new camping gadgets that would kill the buzzing mosquitoes and basically help you deal with everything that is denying you of sleep on your camping trip.

This article will enlighten you on some of the finest camping gadgets for sleeping.

Here are 10 of the Coolest Camping Gadgets that are sure to Enhance Your Sleep:

Sleeping bag

The sleeping bag is perhaps the most essential gadget for camping trips since you cannot bring your king sized mattress with you.

With the great improvement in technology, we have seen an evolution of sleeping bags. What we had before were just normal cushion filled bags with generic styles. Now, there are more fashionable sleeping bags that are sure to suit your style. For example, if you’re a fan of the movie franchise, Star Wars, you can have the custom made star wars sleeping bag.

Innovations have not made sleeping bags only trendier, but they are also now more comfortable. Currently, there are vibrating sleeping bags and sleeping bags with a temperature regulator.

Portable Air-Conditoner

If you are unable to get a sleeping bag with a temperature regulator, then a portable air-conditioner would be the next best option for you, if you prefer your sleeping area chilled. I personally recommend the Hisense air conditioner (click to read review). It is cool, small and portable: basically everything you need for a camping air-conditioning.

Rumpl Down Puffe Blanket

This has to be the most snuggly blanket ever made. It is so soft and comfortable that it would make you go straight into dreamland as soon as possible. What’s more? It is also battery power heated to keep you warm and comfortable on those cold camping nights. And you could take advantage of its battery power to juice up your phone in case of emergencies.

BoxNet Mosquito Net

The mosquito net would not only help you catch insects. It would also help catch all those pestering insects. This gadget is definitely an essential for every camping trip. Except of course, you enjoy your sleep being disturbed by insects.

Waterproof Wireless Earbuds

Now, some of us enjoy sleeping with our ears plugged. However, it might not be advisable to bring your non-waterproof $100 airpods camping; as they can get wet and damaged. Instead, why not opt for the better option of getting some waterproof wireless Earbuds. They are cheaper and definitely would not get damaged when wet ( after all, they’re waterproof).

Ear Plugs

While some folks may not enjoy blaring music in their ears while they sleep, they may still need an avenue for noise cancellation. When camping, it is not uncommon for a quiet night to be interrupted by natural sounds like the river near you flowing and our campmates’ snores which sound like a machine gun in action. So if Earbuds don’t work for you, earplugs can. Why don’t you pack it them on your next camping trip?

Sleeping Pads

If you are not a fan of sleeping bags then Sleeping Pad is a must-have for your comfortable night’s sleep in the woods. Most of them are easily packable, taking up minimum space.  It would go perfectly with your Rumple down Puffe Blanket.

Insect Repellent

If you’re looking for an extra form of protection from all forms of insects, go for an insect repellent. It can be a very handy and useful tool. Just pick one that is not too stinky!

Portable Bunk Beds

These beds are indeed a great option for family campers who have a very large tent. For the most part, it can be used by everyone; from children to adults. You can even set it up outside if you want to sleep with the stars.

Tent

You may not know, but a bad tent can ruin a perfect camping siesta. Get tents with extra linings for a perfect temperature balance. Also, when purchasing camping tents, check for air flow and ventilation, as lack of air to breathe can really mess up your sleep.