BWCA.com Gear Guide

Gear for the Boundary Waters, Quetico, and Canoe Camping Locations

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Camping Gear

Your guide to the essential camping gear for Boundary Waters adventures.

Tents

Tents

Find the right tent for your adventure into the Boundary Waters Canoe Area. View Category Details
Hammocks

Hammocks

Hammocks offer a great way to relax during the day, and now with new technology, it offers a comfortable way to sleep. View Category Details
Tarps

Tarps

When rain and wind comes on a trip, be prepared with a good quality tarp to keep your group and gear dry with a quality tarp. View Category Details
Sleeping Bags

Sleeping Bags

The temperatures in the BWCA range from freezing to the 90's depending on the time of year you travel. Be prepared with with the right sleeping bags. View Category Details
Chairs

Chairs

The landscape of the Boundary Waters is beautiful, but rugged. Many travelers enjoy an improvement to the ground or a log for sitting in camp. View Category Details
Water Filters/Purification

Water Filters/Purification

Clean water is important in making your trip and return trip home safe and fun. View Category Details
Headlamps/Camp Lighting

Headlamps/Camp Lighting

When darkness settles over canoe country, proper lights is essential to safety, core activities, and comfort. View Category Details
Sleeping Quilts

Sleeping Quilts

Sleeping quilts are becoming more and more popular. They are desired because they are light weight, allow for more comfortable sleeping positions, and a good fit with hammock camping View Category Details
Lean Shelters

Lean Shelters

This type of camping shelter is becoming popular among experienced BWCA travelers. A lean shelter is lightweight and roomy. View Category Details