I did a lot of camping as a kid, and for years I’ve wanted to give it a shot as an adult. But there is always the fear that now that I’m all grown up (read: achy), it would just plain suck. I bet if I had a Cacoon, I could swing it. A tent and a hammock had a baby and named it Cacoon. So provided your preferred campground has a tree that’s sturdy enough, you can use it to sleep suspended in the air. Keeping you safe from sleeping on the ground and making sure sticks and bugs get don’t all up in your business, literally.
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