Ozark Trail Camping Reclining Hammock Chair, Blue and Gray

And the detachable soft cooler adds a nice touch, which allows you to keep rocking without making an extra trip to the cooler when your drink runs out. Since 1898, OL has been a leading authority in testing and reviewing hunting gear, fishing tackle, guns and shooting equipment, and much more. We have more than a century-long history of evaluating products, and we’re now bringing that expertise to online reviews.

Some camping rocking chairs pack down to incredibly small sizes that you can easily store in your pack, while others merely fold in half so you can store them in a large area like a garage. And by design, most of them aren’t meant for you to pack for long distances on foot. That being said, there are several manufacturers that make camping rockers that you can pack for a short distance into a more remote campsite. If you want a little luxury on your next remote camping trip, the Helinox Chair One can provide the added touch you’re looking for. At just over two pounds, even with the carry bag, this chair is insanely light and durable.

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And these are minor drawbacks when you consider everything else that the chair does so well. While we always focus our coverage on standout products—because we want our readers to be aware of the latest and greatest gear—we also cover the flaws and quirks of any given product. All items can be inspected in-person (and you are encouraged to do so) prior to bidding. If you can’t inspect, you can enjoy return protection by either using Buyers Assurance or becoming a Premium Buyers Club member.

It also has a weight capacity of 320 pounds, which is better than all the chairs in this review except the Ozark Trail. But unlike other chairs I tested, the Chair One comes with a five-year warranty, which you’ll want because this chair is also the most expensive on this list. Especially when you throw in the rocking feet, which you have to purchase separately. If you want a solid camping chair, the GCI Freestyle Rocker, which has an aluminum frame, makes an excellent option. The spring-loaded shocks allow for smooth rocking when you want, but it also sits stationary for those times when you’re eating one of the best camping meals around the fire.

I sat comfortably in this chair for hours (way longer than you probably would on a camping trip) and would have no problem hauling it to the campsite or other outdoor get-togethers. If you’re in the market for an oversized camping rocking chair, you’re probably ozark trail lounge chair not too worried about its packability. And even though it folds down into a carry bag, I wouldn’t recommend logging a ton of miles  with this one in tow. But if you’re car camping, this oversized rocker makes the perfect addition to your setup.

In fact, you’ll probably want a chair on the heftier side that has more cushion and durability. For this review, I spent almost a full workday sitting in the chairs I tested, and took note of how comfortable each chair seemed. I then considered the weight of each one and how well they packed or stored for traveling or hiking purposes. Even though you have to purchase the rocking feet separately, the Helinox Chair One is the lightest folding camping chair in this review. At just over two pounds, it’s 10 pounds lighter than the next chair.