There is nothing worse than trying to anchor your tent to the ground and then ending up with a bent stake. Today we are going to talk about the best 3 camping stakes that will keep you grounded and where to use them.
What allot of people don’t realize is that there are different type of stakes made out of different materials for different type of surfaces.
The amount of stakes I have bent in my life are countless, wasting allot of time hitting them with a hammer on a flat surface to straighten them out. Bent camping stakes is what u get when u use the wrong camping stakes like weak stainless steel stakes on really hard soil.
Hopefully after this quick read u will have decided what camping stake u will get
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Best 3 camping stakes that will keep you grounded
Wise Owl Outfitters Tent Stakes
With a length of 10 inches and galvanized steel design to prevent premature rust and corrosion, these stakes are made for dry harder surface soils.
At the top you will see an green piece of plastic called a ground stopper, the plastic hook keeps you from inserting the stakes too deep and the eyelets helps you to easier attach the rope to the stake when you pull it tight.
I personally do not like the plastic ground stoppers, it only take me one time to miss the top of the stake, hitting the plastic ground stopper and breaking it, making the stake useless.
Unlike the Eaumax Stakes the Bafour stakes ground stopper is also made out of steel making it even more reliable. No need to worry about breaking the ground stoppers on the BareFour
Which one our best 3 camping stakes do you like? In the end of the day, if you have good quality stakes it’s fun striking them into the ground, it is all part of the camping experience.
Stick to the longer stakes that are completely made out of steel and you will be sorted
Other Stake Options
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| ||12 inch||Silver||Galvanized Steel||5.35 Pounds|
| ||11.8 inch||Black||Steel||3.83 pounds|
| ||12.5 inch||Blue||Hauls gear for up to 3 campers||5.5 Pounds|
| ||15.84 inch||Black||Steel||4.1 Pounds|
| ||18 inch||Silver||Steel||2.05 Pounds|