It’s time to go camping! This is not the time to pinch pennies. The cooler you choose can make your camping trip easier and one of the best or a big challenge. We have some cooler reviews for your, so you have a few option to take on your camping trip.
The Canyon Coolers Outfitter Series 35-qt. is durable. This cooler will hold your ice and has a thick body to prove it. The body is well insulated and could hold your ice for a week. The shell has a high density form that gives you a leak proof closure. Even when the ice melts, the liquid will not go anywhere. If you are in an area that has bears, they will not be able to get in, so bears will give up on trying to take your beer and food inside. The only downside to this cooler is that there are no wheels, so be prepared to have some extra hands to help you load this cooler.
The YETI Tundra 35 Cooler is made of the same material that is used to make whitewater kayaks. This is a hardcore cooler that will last. The insulation is resistant to outside temperatures. No matter what the weather is like outside, your food will stay bacteria free. You can use dry ice and get three times the chilling power of just plain ice. This cooler can withstand the arctic temperature. If you do decide to use plain ice, it will stay as ice for a long time. You won’t have to worry about your bacon or cheese becoming soggy. Since this is the very best of material expect that the weight will be heavy.
The Coleman 54-Quart Steel-Belted Cooler is a classic with its no nonsense design. The lid is stainless steel and the latch gives air tight sealing. The handles are also stainless steel. You will be able to keep your ice for about three days as long as the temperature is not hotter than 100 degrees Fahrenehit. There is also 6 year warranty where they will give you a new one if your cooler fails you. There are no trays to keep your food elevated, but this is an economical choice.
Now it’s time to get packed and ready for camping!