Top 10 Camping Designs for a Great Summer Camping Experience


After a tiring week at work, with the weekend gleefully approaching before me, I often find myself fantasizing about a fun short vacation! Only a few days away from my hectic life, and this frenetic world, in a bubble of my own, where all my fears are nowhere to be seen. And with summer coming around, I’m definitely in the mood to soak up some sun! And camping can be a great outdoor activity! Although camping has some downsides too! I mean, you have to get down and dirty, live life on the road and tackle the ups and downs of the elements. In such a scenario, having a range of trustworthy and easy-to-use camping products can make a huge difference! Having the right products by your side can make your life a lot easier during those crucial moments. From a portable camping trip light and your work desk to this pop-up tent that attaches to your car in just 5 minutes – we’ve curated some fun and practical camping designs for you. Enjoy!

1. CARSULE


MOGICS is a Nevada-based company that deals with convenience. Portability, functionality and ease of use remain the cornerstones of MOGICS, producing specialized items such as universal switches and wireless lighting fields. CARSULE, a pop-up compartment for your vehicle, is one of the latest specialized items to come from the company. Your next best travel companion, CARSULE can attach a variety of vehicle models to provide a comfortable and spacious tent on your camping trips that take you as far as the road.

Why is it noteworthy?

Made of UV-resistant and water-resistant materials, when fully assembled, CARSULE offers up to two meters of height. Unlike most tents, CARSULE is designed to provide space for more than just sleeping. Large enough to function as both a sleeping area and lounge space, the designers behind CARSULE describe, “Unlike most sleep-only tents, CARSULE provides you with an outdoor living room and gives you mobility because simple installation makes movement possible and easy.”

what we like

  • Provides space for more than just sleep
  • CARSULE can fit a variety of different vehicles with swing-up boxes

what we hate

  • Low rates on aesthetics
  • Not suitable for harsh weather conditions

2. Air engineering

This new product from Air Architecture could be very attractive. What if you could bring your tiny mobile home with you anywhere, whether on the beach, in the woods, or in your own backyard? Yes, some might call it a tent but this one looks more like home.

Why is it noteworthy?

This inflatable tent is designed in the style of a “classic” house, that is, the one that you draw on paper whenever you are asked to draw a house. The simple design with the triangular roof and rectangular body matches the white color of the structure and can fit anywhere you want to bring a home. It has a body with a TPU tube of 120 mm in diameter, 0.3 mm thick, and covered with 210D Oxford polyester.

what we like

  • Can be used during any weather conditions including rainy weather

what we hate

3. SHARGE



Portable power generators are becoming popular due to the new outdoor lifestyle, but if you need something a bit more portable and more stylish, this SHARGE concept is something you’ve wished could actually be a product.

Why is it noteworthy?

If you love camping, for example, you might want something that doesn’t quite look like rugged tanks but at least has ties to your favorite hobby. It’s no coincidence, then, that SHARGE was designed to mimic the hills you find in camping boxes. While the design is really attractive in its own right, the chassis also helps dissipate impact force, giving it a bit of stiffness as well.

what we like

what we hate

4. The bag



Introducing a specific alternative—both portable and fashionable—Korean designer Hyeonseok Kang designed the concept of “The Suitcase”; TV in a bag, that simple!

Why is it noteworthy?

It’s not a TV packed in a suitcase, in fact, it’s a flexible screen that can be folded back into a bag to carry in the trunk of your car. It’s not like a traditional camping TV with a portable stand, The Suitcase is a monitor with stand and TV set built in.

what we like

  • The flexible screen features a biaxial hinge that runs in the middle, allowing the TV screen to be freely adjusted to any angle and can be easily folded and unfolded.
  • The TV is equipped with a USB Type-C port, 3 USB A ports, and a pair of HDMI ports for unimpeded entertainment while camping.

what we hate

5. Cloud camping



Cloud Camping is a concept design for a “camping” capsule that is not only intended for camping grounds but even water and air (when attached to a canopy type structure).

Why is it noteworthy?

You get not only a simple tent or even a fancy chassis but a well-thought-out design of a capsule-type vehicle inspired by spaceships, balloons, and other luxury vehicles in addition to the usual camping tent. It is designed for people who are looking for adventure, extreme types of vacation, and those who love camping.

what we like

  • You can even “attach” your bike or surfboard to it so you can use it at your favorite vacation spot
  • More from a small hotel room that lets you camp in style

what we hate

6. Invictus Bali T



The full-function Invictus Bali-Ti is a knife that deserves to be a part of your EDC arsenal! What sets this knife apart is its Terrain 365 branding and of course its construction. The sleek pocket knife features 6AL-4V titanium handles, a pocket clip, and has a blade made of rust-resistant Terravantium. The Invictus Bali-Ti is a beautifully crafted, high-performance tool, built to last in the wild!

Why is it noteworthy?

The Balisong knife, also known as the butterfly knife, is a type of folding knife that originated in the Philippines. It has now penetrated deeply into other markets, including the United States, where the Terrain 365 is improving its design for everyday use. Balisong can be used as a threatening weapon, which means that its use is illegal in some countries. Fortunately, there is nothing illegal about the Invictus Bali-Ti, which derives its design cues from the Invictus Volume. It measures 8.125 inches when fully deployed and folds approximately half that size to 4.125 inches when closed.

what we like

  • Made of stainless terravantium blade

what we hate

7. Spacecraft



Space Camper is the latest name to enter the field of perfectionist Cybecamper. This space has become incredibly crowded ever since Elon Musk detailed in a Cybertruck ad that he’ll be accompanied by his own pop-up trailer and tent, spawning a host of designs that imagine a camping version of the Cybertruck.

Why is it noteworthy?

Equipped to take a couple anywhere on tar, gravel, and rocks – the Space Camper is built with space-grade materials for durability. The wedge-style unit attaches to the back of the Cybertruck without much fuss. They are positioned close to the road and can be towed to camp anywhere instantly. Air-powered engines are used on board the aircraft to pull the wagon to a stop in less than a minute. For the folks involved, a wedge-style opening allows 8 feet of headroom, while a built-in canopy provides additional open space.

what we like

  • The cart is filled with extensions tucked away under the bed that can double as a table and chairs
  • To enhance the capabilities of the camping electric truck, the 470 lb camper has a capable battery

what we hate

8. Jurassic Crocodile



EDC inspired by reptiles? Oh yes! Called the Jurassic alligator, it is equipped with 8 tools and works flawlessly indoors and out. It is designed to look like a crocodile’s head and comes in two materials – stainless steel or titanium. It was packed with power with a Phillips screw head, two hex bits, a flat head screwdriver, a pre-rod, a bar cutter, two O-rings, and a unique bottle opener built into the toothed alligator jaw.

Why is it noteworthy?

Each Jurassic alligator is small enough to fit in the palm of your hand, weighs just a few grams and measures 3.2 inches x 1.5 inches. The alligator comes with a Philips DeWalt America #2 head top located in the ‘cheek’, held in place by two O-rings that can also be removed and used. You can insert the alligator directly into your pants or secure it around your bag or belt using the included lanyard. Each crocodile is rated TSA safe, and built to last a lifetime…just like those fossils from millions of years ago!

what we like

  • Designed to last a lifetime
  • Creative shape compared to usual EDCs

what we hate

9. Conical



Primarily designed for use in outdoor activities; The cone is a useful extension of the flashlight, which should come in handy for lighting the entire campground or to make these tasks easier to do with your hands. Thus it will be a great help while cooking or maybe when playing board games in the camp.

Why is it noteworthy?

The gap between exterior light bulbs and lanterns narrows with the shift in design. This innovative approach has given birth to a new field, the outdoor lamp, that does double duty and makes sure you never find a wand while camping or traveling. The cone is the embodiment of such a design, and it’s a great transition from the boring traditional light sources you’re used to packing in your backpack.

what we like

  • Far from traditional torches
  • portable
  • Multipurpose design – can be used indoors and outdoors

what we hate

10. Viuu . Bottle Opener



Bottle openers are probably the electrolyte-boosting chemicals that have undergone the least amount of innovation – the handle and the head are what you usually get. But YUUE Design Studio decided to renovate the old bottle opener. This piece looks almost like a decorative piece, but without compromising any of the functionality. Now you can prepare your drinks in a truly unique and efficient way with the Viuu Bottle Opener.

Why is it noteworthy?

The design is inspired by window grille patterns, specifically those of classical Chinese architecture. There are three distinct shapes: one hexagonal, one rectangular, and one with a semicircular design. All of them have these styles that might remind you of old house windows if you live in a place influenced by this type of architecture. Although there are no handles to grip while opening the bottle, the grill design can help you solve the grip issue.

what we like

  • Inspired by classical Chinese architecture

what we hate

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