Easy to set up, you just need a couple of trees, though I have heard of innovative people using other natural items when trees are scarce. But we live in the wooded Northwest, so we have plenty of trees. Almost all brands of camping hammocks come with special straps that make setting up easy, with very little knowledge needed of special knots.
Comfortable – No sloping ground, or rocks or sticks in the back. Especially nice for staying off the ground in wet weather! Lightweight-All camping hammocks I have seen are small and compact, great for hiking where weight is an issue.
Leave No Trace shelter. Unlike a regular tent where you may have to level the ground, use stakes or establish trenches in rainy weather, none of this is needed with camping hammocks. And the one I used came with wide webbing straps that protects the bark of trees, so no impact is there either. When using one of these hammocks instead of a tent, very little work is needed to insure a campsite.
Perfect for hunting, fishing, biking, hiking, camping, and kayaking for recreational users. Come with mosquito netting and rain fly. On a clear night, you can leave the rain fly off, be protected by bugs while lying there enjoying the night sky.
You don’t have to use camping hammocks just as a bed, but can sit on top of them as a regular camp seat. Most camping hammocks have one or two small pockets, just like a regular tent, for holding small items. And one thing I really appreciated about the camping hammock I used, is that there was a rope or strap that extended from tree to tree from which the hammock hung that was on the inside of the hammock with me. From this I could hang my watch, or better yet, a glow stick. Let’s face it, it is dark! And waking up disoriented in a small space can be a little nerve wracking. If needed interested individuals can click here http://www.hammockpros.com/ or visit our official website in order to know about rope hammock.