Whether you tried out camping with your family this summer and can’t wait to get back in the woods or have been waiting for summer to cool down and fall to arrive before making the trip to your favorite campsite, the time to get your gear ready is right now. From basic campsite essentials to campfire must-haves to help the family fuel up for your morning hike, LTD Commodities has a wide selection of products for family forest fun.
Create Your Campsite
Turn any spot in the forest into a cozy, comfortable, convenient retreat for the whole family.
Portable Camping Kitchen Table
50-Ft. Glow-in-the-Dark Rope
Licensed Inflatable Sleeping Bag
Cook Up Some Grub
Master the campfire, cook over open flames and serve up your delicious outdoor dishes.
Easy-Up Collapsible Tripod Grill
Set of 4 Slide and Serve Skewers
Sets of 2 Divided Stainless Steel Plates
Relax By The Fire
Kick back after a long day of hiking or fishing by relaxing around a colorful fire.
Portable Folding Lounger
Set of 5 Colorful Fire Packets
Take It Anywhere Outdoor Tables
While some of us are worried about summer coming to an end, there are many people looking forward to the cooler months of fall. Autumn is one of the best times of the year to enjoy the outdoors. Pack up for an adventure this weekend or later this fall with these camping ideas, fishing advice for first timers and more.
How to Make Your Kid’s First Fishing Trip a Success
Parents fond of fishing might fear that their kid won’t share their appreciation for the sport. While it’s possible that children won’t share your enthusiasm for fishing, it’s certainly within your ability to make the way they experience their first fishing trip positive. Read on to learn how to make your kid’s first trip fun for everyone.
Target Practice: 4 Classic Games to Test Your Accuracy
Games that involve shooting at targets are about as old as human civilizations. It’s a unique thrill to aim and shoot at targets. Learn about the history of archery and darts, discover how target games test different types of accuracy, and challenge opponents to a competition inspired by thousands of years of target practice.
Glamping: An Adventure in Comfort
Glamping is more than a new kind of camping; it’s a new type of experimental travel. It takes wandering off the beaten path to a new level. Glamping can be everything from a deluxe tent and chilled champagne to a vintage trailer by the sea. Forget roughing it. Glamping lets you explore with a degree of sophistication.
6 Ideas for What and How to Cook When You’re Camping
Everything is pared down and compact when you’re camping: there are no accent pillows or hot showers, and even the food isn’t exactly like home. Cooking is probably the most challenging part of camping, especially if you have picky eaters. Here are six ideas for what and how to cook when you’re camping.
You have a three-day weekend coming up and the weather is just warm enough to sleep outside under the stars! It’s time to go camping and we have 4 last-minute Memorial Day camping ideas.
Backyard Camping If you have kids to entertain this weekend, you may want to take baby steps to get into the camping mood. Start small with a backyard camping trip. Have the kids pack a sleeping bag and backpack with the things they need to survive a night in the backyard and make believe you’re really in the woods. Heat up the grill and make all the things you might eat on a camping trip in the wild — hot dogs, hamburgers, hobo dinners, s’mores — to get them ready for a night of ghost stories.
RV Camping If you want to get away from home but need all of the comforts while you’re becoming one with nature, check out RV rentals around town. Once you have one locked down for the weekend, all you have to do is throw your clothes and gear in the camper and off you go on a mildly wild ride for Memorial Day. It’s a great way for families with small children on an outdoor adventure because you have all your amenities with you — beds, kitchen, bathroom. You’ll have all the fun of being in the countryside without all of the inconveniences.
Car Camping For families with kids that are a little bit older, pack up the car and drive off into nature and rough it for a few days. It doesn’t take too much planning if you have the right gear. Sleeping bags, a campfire grill and clothes that can handle a little wear and tear. Use the daylight hours to go hiking or fishing and use the evening for bonding with the family over a campfire dinner.
Overnight Alternatives If you don’t want to commit to an overnight stay in the great outdoors, there are plenty of ways to enjoy nature for your long weekend. Consider packing water and lunches for a day hike. Everyone will get a little bit of exercise while spending time with the family and you’ll still get a breath of fresh air. If hiking is too rigorous an activity, try spending the day on a dock fishing if you’re properly licensed.
There are so many ways to spend your holiday weekend — there’s no reason you have to be inside. Any of these ideas will give you the weekend break you need after a long winter at home. Anyway you decide to do it, you’ll have the option of staying close to home in case the weather doesn’t cooperate or you want to join friends and family for a good, old fashioned Memorial Day barbecue.
Summer is almost done, but there still is time left to plan one last trip before the leaves fall. Close up the house and grab the family for a weekend road trip, or head to the woods to bond over flickering electric candles and a crackling fire. Pack up and head out with our Items We Adore: LTD’s Product Picks for the Week.
Aunty Acid is that grumpy old lady inside us all! This humorous travel mug says what you’re thinking so you don’t have to.
Air conditioners are expensive…do not let fall and winter conditions destroy them! These covers, designed to fit most window or central air units, prevent snow, ice and dirt from collecting and causing the compressor housing to rust.
This comfortable fleece jacket will keep you warm on all your outdoor adventures. His and Hers Highland Timber Jackets feature woodsy camouflage detailing around the shoulder and collar that adds a fashionable touch to a basic fleece zip-up jacket.
It’s getaway day! We’re fantasizing about what we’re going to do with our days off… and we picked out some items that are inspiring how we should spend the weekend. Here are LTD’s product picks for the week.
Add a splash of color to your yard with this playful Set of 2 Solar-Lighted Balloon Stakes that are fun for kids and adults! Group them in your garden and make it look like you’re having a party every day. They look like real balloons, but are made of durable, all-weather plastic. The curved “string” stake creates the illusion that the balloon is actually floating. The solar panel is concealed within the balloon, which twists open for access to the on/off switch. Glows with a constant white light for up to 8 hours on a full charge.
Adjustable Angle Table is the ultimate bedside table. It replaces bulky nightstands at a fraction of the price! You can adjust the height and angle and swivel it to any position you need. Its roomy surface provides a convenient place for your remote, book, tablet and beverage, while its sturdy metal base rests on the floor or slides under your mattress. It can swivel 360° and lock into place at any desired angle. A ledge on either side keeps items from slipping and sliding even when the table is at an angled position. Can be used on any bed including bunk beds, water beds, RV beds and dorm room beds.
Galvanized Metal Serving Pieces are durable and bring a bit of rustic, down-on-the-farm flavor to your table. The round Handled Serving Tray has wood handles secured with riveted construction. Use it to bring everything from main courses to sweet desserts to your dining area. The Salt & Pepper Napkin Holderprovides a double storage function with a built-in tray to hold your own salt and pepper shakers and a large main section to hold your napkins. Molded metal designs will last for years!
10-In-1 Camping Survival Tool packs 10 vital functions into a single device. It’s great for camping, hunting and fishing, or to keep handy in your vehicle or work area. When closed, the thermometer, hygrometer, compass, flashlight and whistle are all easily put to use. Open it and the reflector, bubble level, removable ruler and magnifier are at your fingertips. The flint and flint blade are in a stay-dry compartment. A removable wrist strap keeps this essential tool close at hand.
Flint and flint blade
The weathered look of the Rustic Faucet Garden Decor will give your outdoors a special charm. The old-fashioned bronze-colored faucet design makes the pieces perfect for plants and garden accessories. Scrollwork accents add to the overall appeal. Slight assembly required; assembly hardware included.