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1. The outdoor espresso set



(via Amazon)

Just because you're outdoors doesn't mean you're an animal. Start your camping day out right with this tiny shot of civilization.

2. Portable fold up kitchen


(via Amazon)

This item is ideal for the person whose idea of “roughing it" is not having a dishwasher.

3. Self-turning marshmallow sticks


(via Amazon)

These are a “must have" for anyone who wants a taste of childhood without the hassle of turning their wrist.

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4. Portable toilet with privacy cabana


(via CampMor)

Between this and your fold up kitchen you are basically just building a new house.

5. Durable charging station


(via Amazon)

If you take a picture in the woods but can't Instagram it until Monday, did it even happen? You won't have to worry about that riddle anymore thanks to this portable charger. Keep your cell phone, laptop, and other devices at 100% so you can fall asleep to your nature sounds playlist without fear of running out of juice.

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6. Inflatable movie screen


(via Amazon)

There are plenty of daytime activities to enjoy while camping but what are you supposed to do once night falls? Talk? Yikes. Just plug your projector into your portable charging station and let The Fast and the Furious franchise come to the rescue.

7. Luxury 1930s safari tent


(via Cool Camping Gear)

If you're going to camp in a way that is completely disconnected from nature, you might as well go all the way and completely disconnect from reality. Enjoy romanticizing the past in this tent bigger than many people's actual homes.

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8. Bubble tent


(via Amazon)

If romanticizing the past isn't your style, try sleeping in this nightmare vision of our future. Experience the wonders of planet Earth while living like a resident on a distant moon colony.

9. Camping blender


(via Amazon)

This item has a double use: the noise of the blender scares away bears and the dozens of margaritas you plan to drink will help you forget bears exist.

10. High-heeled Teva sandals


(via Geekologie)

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Don't sacrifice fashion for camping. You'll want to look good for the rangers who come to your rescue when you inevitably fall while hiking.