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Amp Your Camp™

50 Campfires is back for 2018 with our 5th annual Amp Your Camp Giveaway presented by COAST and Tailgater Magazine! Each week we’re giving away over $600 in outdoor gear…what are you waiting for?! Enter now!

Thanks to everyone for entering the Amp Your Camp Giveaway 2018! We had a blast hooking 10 of you up with $600 of camping gear this year! Thanks also to all of the great brands you see below. Amp Your Camp will be back next summer.

WHAT CAN YOU WIN?

COAST : FL78R Headlamp

Once you experience the clarity, brightness and functionality of the COAST FL78R, it’ll be easy to say goodbye to your old headlamp. It can operate on either the included rechargeable battery pack, or with traditional alkaline batteries – and your campmates will thank you for the green light mode late nights playing cards.

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UST : TekFire Fuel Free Lighter

Based on our last count, there are thousands of ways to start a fire. Fortunately for UST, few of them are as cool as their TekFire Fuel Free Lighter. Simply charge up the TekFire before heading out for the weekend via the USB port – and you’re set to go! Did we mention it has an integrated flashlight?!

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GCI : RoadTrip Rocker

You’ll quickly become the envy of the campfire when you show up with the GCI RoadTrip Rocker. Although it packs down to a standard “bag-chair” size, its hydraulic back legs are anything but standard. Imagine having all of the comforts of rocking on the front porch – anywhere, anytime!

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Rescue : GoClip & DecoShield

Rescue’s mosquito and bug products are just at home in the backyard as they are at the campsite or on the trail. Their GoClip is designed to attach to clothing, packs – or even pets. The DecoShield will fit right in as the centerpiece on the picnic table – or hanging outside the camper.

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EcoZoom : Dura Stove

The Dura by EcoZoom will change the way you cook at the campsite. This compact rocket-style stove can run on just about anything that burns…from wood to charcoal and biomass. And while you can cook directly over the top of it, it’s also equipped to support both flat and round bottom pans.

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Fynx : Campfire Cone Fork

The Campfire Cone Fork is so many campfire roasting tools in one that you might need an entire summer to try them all out! It easily roasts everything from veggie skewers to whole potatoes and burritos. When it’s time for dessert, the Campfire Cone Fork lives up to its name – and perfectly holds campfire cones for a tasty treat!

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KnobWhereYouNeedIt

Summer grilling on a gas grill is one of the simplest ways to enjoy a meal outdoors. However, a leaky seal on the propane tank or grill will quickly make you dread running back and forth to the store to refill your tank. The KnobWhereYouNeedIt puts control of your tank where you need it – at an arms reach, keeping you fueled up all summer.

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FiAir : Bellows

Air and fire are two peas in a pod when it comes to a great campfire. However, huffing and puffing until you’re out of breath can be a frustrating experience. The bellows from FiAir provides a constant stream of air to get your campfire blazing, and leave you to relaxing…

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ShelterLogic : Quick Shade Max Chair

Spending a day outdoors in a comfortable chair can be incredibly relaxing. Facing the elements that sometimes come along with it isn’t. The Quick Shade Max chair from ShelterLogic takes the sun out of your eyes (and off your shoulders), leaving you with only the best parts – a relaxing spot in the shade to enjoy the sights and sounds.

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Blackstone : 17″ Propane Griddle

The Blackstone 17 inch Table Top Griddle includes a built-in drip cup for grease, rubber feet to keep the griddle solidly in place, and an adjustable heat control with a built-in igniter. This propane powered griddle looks like you just took it off the counter in an ultra-modern kitchen and brought it to the campsite. Yet it’s so small, compact, and portable, you can easily stow it in your vehicle or in your bear box at night if there’s a risk of attracting unwelcome visitors if you leave it out while your sleeping or away.

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