Aside from a fire pit, if there’s any fixture at a campsite it’s a chair. Built for comfort and relaxation, camp chairs have come a long way since the old days. They’re built to be sturdy, hold a ton of weight, and not fold under pressure. Beyond that, they’re available as bare-bones or as fancy as you like. There’s no longer any need to simply pull up a stump that kills your back and your behind. These various types of chairs, rockers, and recliners come in a variety of different shapes and sizes and fold up nicely for easy storage too. Some fold up like traditional lawn chairs, allowing them to lay flat and stack. Others scrunch up into a small, thin package and fit into a handy carrying case. This type in particular can be sturdy and supportive, as well as fluffy and comfortable to let you really sink into your surroundings. Recliners allow you to kick back and put your feet up in such a way that’s almost as nice as a hammock and is certainly more grounded. While modern rockers keep you firmly planted on the ground and offer little risk of tipping over should someone rock a little too hard.