10 Best Useful Novelty Gifts for Outdoor Lovers


Need a gift for an outdoor enthusiast that seems to have everything? 

Here are 10 fun and useful gifts that they very, very likely don’t own yet.

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Genuine Fred Oven Mitt Bear Hands- $34

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Whether you’re cooking at home or you’re in need of a good pair of oven mitts for campfire cooking, these might just be the most fun ones you can find on Amazon. Made from fuzzy cotton, with silicone “paw pads,” you can opt for brown or polar bear options.

S’mores Roasting Sticks- $7

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If you can add even more joy to the idea of making s’mores around a campfire, this might be it. Whether you choose from one of their previously designed slogans or customize the sticks for each person in your family, these roasting sticks will be a hit no matter who you’re camping with. Reviewers say that the shipping is fast and that they are well-loved.

Sasquatch Themed UST Tool-A-Long Multi-Tool- $12

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If you’ve been in need of a new multi-tool, but want one that’s a little more unique, try a sasquatch-shaped multi-tool, with 8 different items. This TSA-compliant, stainless steel multi-tool will be handy and reliable at the campsite. Keep it handy, with the 1.5-inch carabiner attached.

World’s Toughest Ultralight Survival Tent- $20

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As the packaging says, “Don’t die in the woods,” with this mylar 2-person emergency tent. This waterproof tent reflects up to 90% of your body heat, keeping you warm even in the coldest conditions. The tent features industrial-strength paracord and reinforced seams, with about 20 feet of room.  

Hot Sauce Keychain, Two Pack- $10

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If you love to bring the heat to your favorite campfire meals, these are a great option for you. These 1-ounce bottles come with carabiners, making them portable and easier to carry than an entire bottle of hot sauce. The product also comes with a food-safe funnel to make for easy cleanup. 100% BPA-free. 

Butt Be Dry- Portable Waterproof Seat- $20

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Whether your baseball game had a rain delay, or you don’t want to sit in the mud around a campsite, this portable, waterproof seat will provide you with the protection and comfort of a dry seat. You can also wear this around your waist to stay hands-free and portable. Most commonly used for outdoor sporting events and concerts. 

CreekKooler PuP Floating Cooler- $140

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Whether you’re kayaking, tubing, or paddleboarding on a hot day, a cool drink is a must. Made to attach to the back of your water gear of choice, this cooler can gently glide through the water. With a 15-quart capacity, your favorite drinks and snacks will be at arm’s length. 

RIDEIWAKE Beanie Hat with Light Headlamp- $13


If you’re a cold-weather camper, or like to hike in the wee hours of the morning, you’ll want to get one of these beanies. This LED headlamp contains 4 bulbs and adjustable light for any conditions. It can last up to 2 hours on its highest setting and up to 8 hours on its lowest setting. The hat is rechargeable and washable.

Backpack Personalized Carabiner Mug- $27

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This fun mug will make any climber or carabiner enthusiast smile as soon as they open this gift. With a personalized design printed on the front and the back, the stainless steel mug can hold up to 9 fluid ounces and is great to bring with you on any outdoor adventure. The best part? The carabiner actually works.  

National Park Scratch-Off Poster- $40

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If you or someone you know wants to visit every National Park in the United States, this could be the gift to get them off their butt and start traveling. This scratch-off poster features all 63 National Parks and as you visit each of them, you’ll reveal a beautiful, minimalist design inspired by each of the National Parks. 

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