Multi-Tasking Must-Haves Giveaway #1 : ENO Hammock

Happy Monday everyone!! It is going to be an awesome week because we are giving away some awesome outdoor gear EVERYDAY this week. This gear has been tried and tested for the last few months and we are excited to share it with you! Join us on Facebook for more conversation on must-have camping and outdoor gear all week!

What is an ENO Hammock?

After years of camping with and without kids, I’ve come to the decision that everyone should have a hammock. I am not picky on type. Just get one.

And if you don’t have one, consider an ENO hammock. Join us this summer as we adventure into the land of backpacking with kids! We’ll be taking our ENO with us!

Here are some of the ENO hammock features that sets them above and beyond a normal hammock:

  • Made from breathable, quick drying nylon
  • Super light
  • Most pack down to the size of a grapefruit, but you can get ones as small as a softball!
  • They come in single or double (2 person) nest sizes
  • You can get one with insect repellant fabric – sweet!
  • Using the Altas Suspension system, my husband put it up in less than two minutes.
  • Eno Hammock specs

Why is it a Multi-Tasking Must Have?

After all, a hammock is only ever a hammock, right? True.

But not all hammocks are equal. In fact, I’ve never had our backyard hammock for lounging be the same hammock my husband packed up in 2 minutes, tossed in his gear bag and hauled off on a 3 day climbing trip, instead of bringing a tent!

Uses Include:

Eno Hammock with kids Backyard: lounging and fun!

Picnics or afternoons at the park.

Car camping: It took my husband 5 minutes to set up his sleep area when arriving in Red Rocks, NV!

Camping with kids: They are great for nap time, story time and as a swing during playtime!

Backpacking: Lose the tent and go ultralight. Just make sure you have some trees to hang from. 🙂

This one hammock can satisfy the outdoor mommy and the hardcore backpacker alike!

Giveaway!!

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Join us tomorrow for our discussion of the Hydroflask and another sweet giveaway! Happy hanging everyone!

Eno in red Rocks - Hammocks for car camping

74 comments on “Multi-Tasking Must-Haves Giveaway #1 : ENO Hammock
  1. Where is our favorite place to camp? Hoffmaster is a great one near Grand Haven, Michigan! Amazing trails, great wooded camps sites, right on Lake Michigan with wonderful surf and swim areas that are perfect for little kids who want to play in shallow waters and perfect for SUP paddlers a bit further out from shore. Yippy for Spring! Yippy for spring! Casual car camping is upon us once more!

  2. We love Dinosaur Provincial Park in Alberta, Canada and we love Waterton Lakes National Park on the southern border of Canada.

    Would love an Eno hammock. We can’t take ours backpacking because it’s too heavy. And We LOVE having a hammock. It occupies the kids for hours!!!

  3. There is nothing better than setting up shop anywhere in the White Mountains in New Hampshire. And being I can see Mt. Washington from my living room, its a short drive to get there.

  4. My favorite place to camp is Yosemite. We’re going back this summer and we will be taking my husband’s Eno. I’d love to have one of my own too! His Eno has been with him to Zimbabwe and is now with him in Haiti. It’s a great travel accessory whether or not you are camping or just in “camp-like” conditions. 🙂

  5. Here in AK we have several beautiful options for camping. One of my favorites has become Clam Gulch simply because we make it an annual trip with other families and have many fond memories.

  6. Love camping anywhere – just being outdoors is rejuvenating. We especially love camping in the Canadian wilderness, by the ocean, and in the Adirondack’s!

  7. I love camping at Sugar Pine Point State Park in Tahoe. Flat campsites and close to loads of fun stuff. Hikes, Lake Tahoe, rafting, rivers, waterfalls, Reno.

  8. We would love to go to Yosemite w/the boyz this year. We don’t have a “favorite” but last year we went to Klamath and loved it. I love Big Sur.

    Thank you for the giveaway.

  9. Tough question….spring camping in Fruita (18 rd) or Moab (Sand Flats or Prostitute Butte). Summer camping in Pagosa Springs, CO, in Oregon at (Strawberry Lake in the Strawberry Mountain Wilderness, or Wallowa Lake)….or Mt. Rainer or Orcas Island in Washington. Fall camping in Maine at Wolfeneck Farm. Winter camping in Moab or on the Oregon Coast. : ) I can never narrow it down to just one! I am looking forward to exploring Wyoming and Montana with my family this summer. I’m sure I’ll be adding to my list.

  10. Our favorite place to camp is in Ocoee,TN. Theres nothing better than the beautiful scenery, white water rafting, and a short drive!When weather permits(we have small children), we go every weekend

  11. My favourite place to camp has always been by the beach. Leo Carillo State Park is an all-time fave because we can camp on beach of in wooded site, hike the mountain trails, fish, surf, scuba, etc. 🙂

  12. Every year we test our gear at a local RV park – it has become a silly event for a big group of us – I know it sounds crazy but it’s my favorite site because it kicks off the camping season – we play shuffleboard, swim, hike at night, and basically pretend camp while making adjustments!!

  13. RAGBRAI every summer, yes it’s hot, but what’s better than getting to spend a week on your bike and enjoy the outdoors, with very little connection to the outside world.

  14. anywhere and everywhere, but if I have to choose 1 place, it would be Waterton Lakes National Park! much less bustle than Banff, at least as gorgeous, and so many great hikes!

  15. I’m a huge fan of camping in smaller campgrounds here in Pennsylvania. It’s the perfect way to get away for a quick weekend without getting far from home! (Thanks for running this giveaway!)

  16. Our favorite place to camp so far is Acadia National Park in Maine. Looking forward to exploring the parks in our new home of Colorado this summer!

  17. We love to camp in Pentwater, MI. Its on the beautiful shores of Lake Michigan. But we also have access to a smaller lake, nice quite campground, and a sweet little town nearby that always feels safe.

  18. If I’m not camping in my friends’ backyards or the forests of my hometown, I thoroughly enjoy camping at any of the lakes in Southwest Virginia or East Tennessee (South Holston, Boone, or Watauga Lake).

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  20. Favorite place to camp? I have older parents than most… so i have never been. but it looks beyond fun, and I am getting old enough to do it on my own. Therefore that is why i need this hammock, so i can experience the fun of camping.

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