The Best Amazon Prime Day Deals on Outdoor Gear

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Amazon Prime Day is here and, if you need a refresher, this 48-hour sale is one of the best times of year to snag major deals on everything from electronics to home goods and camping gear. Below, we've rounded up some of the best Prime Day outdoor deals that you can score today, including sleeping bags, water bottles, tents, and coolers.

As you’re shopping, you’ll find different types of sales. Some products are discounted throughout the sale, while others are available for a few hours as Lightning Deals or just one day as a Deal of the Day. If you need more information about how it all works, we created a Prime Day guide to help you navigate these fast-moving sales.

In the outdoor realm, we’re seeing great deals from classic camping brands like Coleman, Igloo, and LifeStraw, and water-sports brands like Intel. So whether you’re looking to upgrade your camp stove, purchase a new tent, or splurge on a kayak, keep reading for our top picks on Prime Day outdoor deals.

This article has been updated with new information since its original publish date. Additional reporting by Madison Flager.

Coleman Cabin Tent

Coleman is a trusted brand for outdoor gear, making some of our favorite tents and camping chairs. This easy-to-set-up tent holds up to six campers, with room for two queen-size air mattresses inside. Inverted seams keep water from getting in, too.

Sojourner Rave hydration pack

Stay hydrated on the trails with this iridescent daypack. Lightweight with adjustable shoulder and chest straps, it also has pockets to hold onto your essentials (phone, keys, snacks).

Culo Clean portable bidet

One of our favorite day-hiking essentials, this portable bidet fits on most plastic bottles, so you can feel fresher on your next outing.

Intel Excursion Pro kayak series

This two-person inflatable kayak is majorly discounted, so now is the perfect time to buy your new favorite toy for floating and fishing. The footrests and adjustable seats will keep you comfortable for a long day of paddling, and the durable PVC exterior will withstand a beating so you don’t need to worry in shallow water.

LifeStraw personal water filter

A water filtration device is among the most important pieces of hiking gear you can carry, and this LifeStraw product is also one of the easiest to use—and an editors' favorite. This personal filter makes it easy to purify water on the go, whether you’re sipping from the nearest stream or from your water bottle.

Hydro Flask Wide Mouth water bottle

Speaking of water bottles, my Hydro Flask is a staple in my everyday bag and camping gear haul. This 32-ounce bottle comes in cheery colors—I’m partial to Starfish—and the stainless steel insulation keeps your drinks icy cold for up to 24 hours (even when you accidentally leave it in your sun-baked car).

Igloo BMX 25-quart cooler

Keep food and drinks cold on your next weekend camping trip with this Igloo 25-quart cooler. With its oversized hinges, rubber T-latches, and skid pads for added protection, this cooler is rugged and ready for the outdoors.

AKASO inflatable paddle board

Paddle around the lake or try your hand at SUP yoga with this sturdy inflatable paddle board. It comes with everything you need to get out on the water (minus a life vest): a carrying backpack, a paddle, a pump, an ankle leash, and a 10-pound waterproof bag to keep your personal items dry.

Coleman Dome tent with screen room

Camping doesn’t have to be uncomfortable—and you’ll have room to spread out in this spacious six-person tent. It’s weatherproof, easy to pitch, and comes with a screened-in front room in case you need to escape the bugs. Coleman is known for making high-quality yet affordable camping gear, and this tent just got even more budget-friendly.

Garmin Instinct GPS outdoor watch

The Garmin Instinct is a heavy-duty GPS watch for outdoor enthusiasts. It features heart rate monitoring and accurate GPS tracking through the integration of an altimeter and barometer. It also pairs with your smartphone to keep you updated with customizable notifications.

Coleman Triton instant start 2-burner propane stove

I love waking up at camp and getting a pot of water ready for coffee—and this two-burner Coleman stove is a lifesaver when I want to cook breakfast at the same time. The flame is adjustable so you can fine-tune the heat level and it features automatic ignition (no matches required!), which is ideal for the forgetful among us.

EF Ecoflow portable power station

When you need to power the family’s electronics for a weekend of camping, this portable power bank has enough juice for the job. With a 210Wh capacity, it can charge an iPad over five times or provide nine hours of run-time for camping lights. Plus, it’s small enough to fit in a backpack.

LifePro Sonic handheld massage gun

Although a massage gun doesn’t immediately stand out as outdoor gear, I love bringing mine on camping trips to soothe my muscles after a long day of hiking or biking. This portable one from LifePro is the perfect size to pack in your bag and boasts a six-hour battery life.