Best Folding Camping Chairs

Let’s face it, there’s not much point going camping to a campsite if you haven’t got a chair of some sort to sit on. If you’re travelling light on a solo expedition to the mountains you can certainly make do with roughing it on a rock or in your tent, but the onset of ‘numb bum’ can occur quite rapidly.

So chairs are important accessories for a happy campsite life, but sadly you can’t haul along your trusty old armchair from the corner of the lounge – a camping chair needs to be easily transportable.

The best way to achieve this is to look for folding camping chairs which are compact enough to be squeezed into your car or campervan along with the other mountain of gear we all seem to collect and require for each trip.

With some camping gear, it’s very tempting to try and skimp a bit on price. Chairs are no exception to this – I once bought a couple of those ultra-cheap ones you see for sale in petrol stations – however they quickly fell to bits and even while working they seemed to deliberately possess ‘pointy protrusions’ for maximum posterior pain! They were simply awful.

In this article we aim to give your derriere some relief by recommending what we consider to be the best folding camping chairs when considering value for money, comfort and compactness. As always, your final choice when purchasing will come down to which of those three criteria strike you as most important. We have selections here which fit every combination.

KingCamp Director's Chair

KingCamp Directors Folding Camping Chair

You can sometimes tell how good an item is by the feedback it has received from users. The KingCamp Padded Director’s Chair is one such example, racking up over 1100 ratings of 4* and above on Amazon. This sort of reassurance generally bodes well for any product you’re looking to buy. Our experience with this chair agrees very well with that feedback, and we can highly recommend it as a comfortable ‘all situations’ camping chair.

This is an extremely comfortable place to rest your weary bones, with ample padding on both the back and seat to provide a pleasurable perch for your aching posterior (nice alliteration there!). The back is higher than average which is good for taller users (I’m 6ft 3 and found it to be just about perfect), and overall the quality justifies the slightly higher than expected price.

Collapsible

The KingCamp chair uses a tried and trusted folding collapsible leg system, seen on countless other competitors. However, in this case there are three poles emanating from the feet rather than the usual two – this provides greater stability than cheaper alternative.

KingCamp Directors Folding Camping Chair cooler boxThe drinks holder in the left arm is of great quality, and there is even a cooler box section in the right arm – perfect to keep a couple of tinnies cool on a hot day!

Is it worth the £60 price tag? Well to our minds yes it is. If camping is a way of life for you, where you might spend many hours per year drinking in the countryside views, then having a decent chair is worth parting with that amount. 

Overall, we can highly recommend the KingCamp – if you buy it through our link and agree then please add your review to the 800 others on Amazon. You’re part of a cool gang! 

Key specs: Dimensions: 98.5 x 22.8 x 20.8 cm (folded) / Weight: 5.1 kg

9Expert Score

The KingCamp Director's Chair won't automatically turn you into Ridley Scott, but it will certainly provide high levels of comfort to your Gluteus Maximus!

Vango Thor Over-Sized Chair

Vango Thor chair

The combination of Covid lockdowns and incredible sunny weather has caused a big spurt in people camping. As a result it’s been hard to keep track of all the chairs coming out! 

One of our new faves is the Vango Thor folding chair – a great chair from a great company who stand by their warranties and have been around for what seems like Thorever! I’ll get my coat…

We were hooked on this chair from the moment we removed it from its drawstrung bag and unfolded the legs – you literally sink into it and never want to get up again.

Vango Thor chair in useThe Vango Thor has an ultra-padded seat meaning that there’s no discomfort on the backs of your legs as you rest – you certainly cannot feel the frame through the material. Your back area is very well cushioned and we found that it is pretty easy to just drift away in the afternoon when the sun is shining.

The chair legs are strong and sturdy – this is a quality item and is capable of supporting people up to 180kg. That’s alot of weight, and this chair is very sturdy. Each foot of the chair has three legs sprouting out which also gives excellent stability.

The chair is simplicity itself to fold up and pack back into the bag – the packed size is fairly bulky compared with some of our other choices, but for the royalty levels of comfort you are getting, we feel it’s a sacrifice worth making. Thor was a god after all! It should easily squeeze into a reasonable car boot space.

Vango Thor chair folded 2On-board Storage – not so much!

In terms of extras there is not much to talk about unfortunately – there are no drinks holders or cooler pockets which we’ve seen in some of the other chairs on test. Is this a problem? Normally we would say yes, but the Vango Thor is so comfortable that in this case we can overlook it – just.

Overall, we were very impressed with the Vango Thor Over-Sized Chair. The only thing it marginally fails on is the folded size – you will have to make a judgement as to whether that is an important factor in your particular circumstances. We highly recommend it. 

Key specs: Folded dimensions: 102 x 36cm / Weight: 6.3 kg

8.5Expert Score

"The Vango Thor is one of our new favourites purely because of the comfort on offer- it's big and bulky but we love the comfort on offer!

Homecall Director's Chair

Homecall folding chair

Homecall are a fairly new camping equipment company, but we are finding that they offer sturdy and comfortable gear at decent value for money.

The Homecall Directors chair continues that tradition and offers some nice little extras which raise it on to the winner’s podium of folding camping chairs.

The Homecall is an extremely comfortable place to rest your weary bones, with ample padding on both the back and seat to provide a pleasurable perch for your posterior. The back is higher than average which is good for taller users (I’m 6ft 3 and found it to be just about perfect), and overall the quality on offer justifies the price.

Collapsible

The Homecall chair uses a tried and trusted folding collapsible leg system, seen on countless other competitors. In this case there are three poles emanating from all four feet rather than the usual two poles – this provides greater stability than cheaper alternatives.

Storage 

Homecall folding chair coolerThere is a standard drinks holder in the right armrest which can hold a 500ml bottle of ale, and also an awesome cooler box in the left – perfect to keep a couple of tinnies chilling on a hot day!

We really appreciated this feature during the recent UK heatwave.

The Homecall also comes fitted with a substantial hanging side pocket which is large enough to hold several items such as a book or suntan cream. It uses decent quality netting and keeps your key items within fingertip reach. We like!

Is the Homecall Director’s chair worth the price tag? We think it significantly undercuts the competition and is definitely worth it. Overall, we can highly recommend the Homecall. 

Key specs: Dimensions: 99 x 19 x 19 cm (folded) / Weight: 5.6 kg

9Expert Score

The Homecall Director's Chair won't automatically turn you into Ridley Scott, but it will certainly provide high levels of comfort to your Gluteus Maximus!

KingCamp Director's Chair

Kingcamp padded chair

Kingcamp are a fairly new camping equipment company, but we have found that they consistently offer decent value with sturdy and comfortable gear.

The KingCamp Padded Director’s Chair continues that tradition and offers some nice little extras which raise it on to the winner’s podium of folding camping chairs.

The Kingcamp is an extremely comfortable place to rest your weary bones, with ample padding on both the back and seat to provide a pleasurable perch for your posterior. The back is higher than average which is good for taller users (I’m 6ft 3 and found it to be just about perfect), and overall the quality on offer justifies the price.

Collapsible

The KingCamp chair uses a tried and trusted folding collapsible leg system, seen on countless other competitors. In this case there are three poles emanating from the rear feet rather than the usual two – this provides greater stability than cheaper alternatives.

The feet are worth mentioning too – a bit like snow shoes, the Kingcamp uses enlarged feet which don’t sink as easily into muddy ground – an important consideration in the UK!

Kingcamp padded chair cooler bag

Storage 

There is a standard drinks holder in the right armrest which can hold a 500ml bottle of ale, and an awesome cooler box section in the left – perfect to keep a couple of tinnies cool on a hot day! We really appreciated this feature dueing the recent UK heatwave (sadly now gone!).

The Kingcamp also comes fitted with a substantial hanging side pocket which is large enough to hold several items such as a book or suntan cream. It uses decent quality netting and keeps your key items within fingertip reach. We like!

Is the Kingcamp worth the price tag? Well to our minds yes it is. If camping is a way of life for you, where you might spend many hours per year appreciating the countryside views, then having a decent chair is worth a modest outlay. 

Overall, we can highly recommend the KingCamp. 

Key specs: Dimensions: 98.5 x 19 x 19 cm (folded) / Weight: 3.3 kg

9Expert Score

The KingCamp Director's Chair won't automatically turn you into Ridley Scott, but it will certainly provide high levels of comfort to your Gluteus Maximus!

KingCamp Moon Chair

KingCamp Moon Saucer Folding Camping Chair

King by name, King by nature. We were hooked on this chair from the moment we removed it from its drawstrung bag and unfolded the legs – you literally sink into it and never want to get up again!

The KingCamp Moon chair has an ultra-padded seat meaning that there’s no discomfort on the backs of your legs as you rest – you certainly cannot feel the frame through the material.

The chair legs are strong and sturdy – this is a quality item and is capable of supporting people up to 150kg in weight. Each foot of the chair has three legs sprouting out which gives excellent stability.

The chair is simplicity itself to fold up and pack back into the bag – the packed size is fairly bulky compared with some of our other choices, but for the royalty levels of comfort you are getting, we feel it’s a sacrifice worth making. It should easily squeeze into a reasonable car boot space.

On-board Storage – the KingCamp excels!

KingCamp Moon Saucer Camping Chair foldedIn terms of extras the KingCamp excels. There are two storage aids – a decent side cup bag which could be used to hold a flask or your mobile phone for example. There is also a cooler bag included which can store two or three cans and keep them cool if you’ve taken them out of the fridge. A really neat touch.

Overall, we were very impressed with the KingCamp Moon Chair. The only thing it marginally fails on is our arbitrary £50 maximum price!! Go on, treat yourself! 

Key specs: Folded dimensions: 34 x 9 x 8 inches / Weight: 4.7 kg

9.5Expert Score

"The KingCamp MoonChair is one of our favourites - so comfortable and sturdy you actually do feel like part of the Monarchy! Perhaps Harry and Meghan should buy a couple for Los Angeles...

Zempire Roco Lounger Chair

Zempire Roco Lounger ChairDo you fancy lending a touch of class to your summer camping trips?

The Zempire Roco Lounger Chair uses a stunning beechwood frame to offer real aesthetic appeal and deck-chair levels of comfort.

By incorporating a nifty series of black locking hinges, the Roco Lounger can be unfolded from its compact 100 x 15 x 17cm storage volume into a chair capable of carrying 120kg of person – that’s almost 19 stone.

Zempire Roco Lounger Chair foldedThe seat and back support uses a sophisticated twin layer Oxford material in black which literally slides over the frame and provides an area of 61 x 42cm for your posterior. The cloth is washable and durable (900 denier). There is no padding as such because you are essentially suspended above the frame – it’s like being on your own mini hammock and is extremely comfortable in use.

It’s worth noting that there are no arm rests to get in the way when you’re sat on the Roco which we like very much, and Zempire have also included a drinks pocket for you to store life’s essential nectar!

Zempire Roco Lounger Chair in useThis should be considered a modern day deck chair and is fantastic for the beach or the campsite. It definitely offers an extra dollop of panache over some of the more generic imported competition.

We highly recommend the Zempire Roco Lounger Chair for your camping excursions if you appreciate a great design and not-so-common look to your campsite furniture.

Key specs: Folded dimensions: 100 x 15 x 17 cm / Weight: 3.8 kg

9Expert Score

No real downsides with the Zempire Roco in our opinion - yes it's not quite as cheap as some of the plastic imports, but the German beechwood frame offers a style and aesthetic appeal you don't get from those. Lovely!

KingCamp Oversized Padded Chair

Kingcamp padded chairKing by name, King by nature. We were hooked on this chair from the moment we removed it from its drawstrung bag and unfolded the legs – you literally sink into it and never want to get up again!

Replacing the previous Moonchair which we also loved, this new and improved KingCamp has an ultra-padded seat meaning that there’s no discomfort on the backs of your legs as you rest.

The chair legs are strong and sturdy – this is clearly a quality item and is capable of supporting people up to 120kg in weight.

The chair is simplicity itself to fold up and pack back into the bag – the packed size is fairly bulky compared with some of our other choices, but for for the royalty levels of comfort you are getting, we feel it’s a sacrifice worth making.  It should easily squeeze into a reasonable car boot space.

On-board Storage – the KingCamp excels!

Kingcamp relaxingIn terms of extras the KingCamp excels. There are three storage aids – on the left arm is a cool box which will hold some ice to chill a can of drink – great idea!

On the right arm it’s even better – there is both a standard circular drinks holder and something we’ve not seen before anywhere – a wine glass holder! Yes you’ve heard it right – this chair will hold a fluted wine glass. Just what the doctor ordered! 

Overall, we are very impressed with the KingCamp. The only thing it fails on is that it could be thought of as a little pricey – but some things in life are worth it – go on, treat yourself! 

Key specs: Dimensions: 38 x 22 x 21 inches / Folded dimensions: 38 x 10 x 7 inches / Weight: 3.6 kg

9.5Expert Score

The supercomfy oversized padded chair from Kingcamp is a real fave of ours - if you've got the space to transport it then it will provide a really relaxing campsite experience.

Andes Moon Chair

Andes moon chair

You promised me the Moon and all I ended up with was this chair – well to be honest it was a great deal!

We were hooked on this chair from the moment we removed it from its drawstrung bag and unfolded the legs – you literally sink into it and never want to get up again.

The Andes Moon Chair has an ultra-padded seat meaning that there’s no discomfort on the backs of your legs as you rest – you certainly cannot feel the frame through the material.

The chair legs are strong and sturdy – this is a quality item and is capable of supporting people up to 150kg in weight. Each foot of the chair has three legs sprouting out which gives excellent stability.

The chair is simplicity itself to fold up and pack back into the bag – the packed size is fairly bulky compared with some of our other choices, but for the royalty levels of comfort you are getting, we feel it’s a sacrifice worth making. It should easily squeeze into a reasonable car boot space.

On-board Storage – the Andes excels!

Andes moon chair foldedIn terms of extras the Andes excels. There are two onboard storage aids – a decent side cup bag which can be used to hold a flask or your mobile phone for example. There is also a significant rear zipped pocket for larger items – luckily it doesn’t interfere with your sitting comfort.

Overall, we were very impressed with the Andes Moon Chair. The only thing it marginally fails on is the folded size – you will have to make a judgement as to whether that is an important factor in your particular circumstances. We highly recommend it. 

Key specs: Folded dimensions: 90 x 45cm / Weight: 4.7 kg

9.5Expert Score

"The Andes MoonChair is one of our favourites - it's extremely comfortable and excellent value for money compared with the competition.

Orson Inflatable Lounger - no pump needed!

orson couchInflatable gear, be it a tent or a chair is just hassle right? You’ve got to bring along a special pump and tire yourself out blowing the thing up. Well actually no – the Orson inflatable lounger uses a simple yet amazing concept that we cannot believe has taken so long to be dreamt up.

Aimed at the younger market (although certainly not restricted to them) with a bunch of loud colours in the lineup, the Orson is essentially a large bag which can be waved around your head to fill up with air and then sealed via a velcro strip.

Then the clever bit – the velcro part is rolled over itself a few times to slightly reduce the volume of the enclosed space. This increases the air pressure inside and gives the bag a decent amount of support. And boy is this lounger comfortable!

One person can lie on it for maximum comfort in the sun, or alternatively two people can sit side by side. Admittedly there’s a little bit of roll together, but not many camping chairs have such flexibility. In general the chair will need reflating after 6-8 hours, but it is so easy to do that you should not consider this a chore.

Packable

Orson lounger packedThe Orson comes packed in a very small bag, and that is why we rate it so highly. We cannot think of another chair on the market which can be chucked in a backpack or car boot and provide so much comfort in such a cool way. Added to this, there is an integrated pocket on the side of the chair for sticking a bottle of beer or a magazine. Enjoy that sunshine!

It’s worth noting that the Orson is not the cheapest of the pumpless inflatable loungers – there are lower priced rival inflatable products such as the Siphly chair.

However there are numerous reports of these cheaper chairs letting air out quickly and not being large enough for a typical adult. We would say the Orson is the one to go for, but if you have good feedback on some of the other brands then please let us know.

Overall, we love this chair – just don’t let your dog on it as pet claws could easily cause punctures which are the last thing you need at the campsite or beach. We’ve dropped the Orson down a couple of points because of this and also because your Grandma would probably not be able to use the chair (or at least get up from it!).

If you don’t mind rolling off to get up from your drunken siesta then go for it! 

Key specs: Dimensions: 260 x 85 x 65 cm / Folded dimensions: 34 x 18 x 14 cm / Weight: 1.3 kg

If you’re interested in other inflatable chairs then please check out our comprehensive overview of the best inflatable sofas on the market at the moment.

8.5Expert Score

"The Orson inflatable chair is a unique prospect - perfect for a day at the beach!"

Marko Outdoors Leisure Padded Director's chair

Trail Outdoor Leisure chairIf you need a lightweight chair which provides comfort to the back of your thighs whilst also supporting your back well then we recommend looking at the Marko products, and in particular their Director’s Chair. It is recently back in stock after selling out everywhere due to it’s great price for a quality product.

Collapsible

Folded

The Marko chair uses a tried and trusted folding collapsible leg system, seen on countless other competitors. In this case there are three poles emanating from the rear two feet rather than the usual two – this provides greater stability than usual.

The drinks holder in the right hand arm is of good quality and makes it a substantial improvement over their cheaper outdoor camping chair we reviewed previously, but for double the expense. Is it worth that extra? Well to our minds yes it is. If camping is a way of life for you, where you might spend many hours per year drinking in the countryside views, then having a decent chair is worth 30 quid of your money. 

Overall, we can highly recommend the Marko – if you buy it through our link and agree then please add your review to the 150 others on Amazon. You’re part of a cool gang! 

Key specs: Dimensions: 104 x 88 x 104 cm / Weight: 3.5 kg

9Expert Score

The Marko Director's chair is simplicity itself, but with a touch of class. Trail have used padding well at both the top of the chair for your back and at the front of the seat for your bum and thighs. We like it very much for the price. Recommended.

Sportneer Ultra-Lightweight Folding Chair - Most Compact Option

Sportneer folding camping chair

When faced with the tiny bag that the Sportneer ultralight camping chair comes in, you would have absolutely no idea that a decent chair is stored within. But there is, and it represents probably the best combination of everything you require from a camping chair – comfort, weight, cost and packing space. 

Did we mention the sturdiness? Incredibly this little chair can hold up to 158kg which is about 25 stone. The size when packed away is tiny and can easily be carried in a rucksack if you are solo trekking and/or wild camping.

The bag has a decent carry strap and really looks the business in black, with natty orange beading around the perimeter of the chair and bag.

On taking out the contents, you are faced with a bit of a conundrum – how to put the thing together? The instructions aren’t the best, it must be said. However, in practice it’s not too tricky. Legs first to make the base frame – this uses elastically interlocked poles – the resulting frame looks like a spiky monster! For the second part, the fabric section of the chair must be stretched over the base frame – this takes a bit of strength, but is not too taxing.

An extremely lightweight and packable design

Sportneer folding camping chair outIn use, the finished chair is lightweight and comfortable. You sit fairly low to the ground (about 35cm off the deck), but the shape of the fabric supports your back well, even for taller folk like yours truly (6ft 3). It’s probably not an ideal chair if your legs and knees aren’t quite as strong as they used to be for getting up. If there’s one criticism, it’s that the feet of the chair are possibly too small – on wet, muddy ground, there could be a chance of sinking in. Makes a good case for buying a small ground sheet if that’s a possibility.

Overall, the Sportneer camping chair is lightweight and compact – perfect for stuffing into the rucksack on a day’s walk.

9Expert Score

The Sportneer folding chair is the ultimate in terms of packing space and portability. It is literally small enough to carry in your rucksack on an all-day hike and create looks of evil from your companions when you stop for lunch. Definitely worth having in your camping gear.

Asteri Camping Chair – ultimate portability

Asteri folding chair

When folded up and packed inside it’s quality ‘shoebag size’ bag, you would have absolutely no idea that a decent chair is stored within. But there certainly is, and it’s by one of our favourite brands for good value camping gear – Asteri. This chair is seriously impressive, and for £30, represents probably the best combination of everything you require from a camping chair – comfort, cost and packing space. 

A Sturdy Mount

Asteri compact folding cableDid we mention the sturdiness? Incredibly this little baby can hold up to 135kg which is about 21 stone, all due to the double strut support given by the legs. The size when packed away is tiny and can easily be carried in a rucksack if you are solo trekking and/or wild camping. The bag has a decent carry strap and really looks the business, with natty blue beading around the perimeter of the bag. On taking out the contents, you are faced with a bit of a conundrum – how to put the thing together? The instructions aren’t the best, it must be said. However, in practice it’s not too tricky. Legs first to make the base frame – this uses elastically interlocked poles – the resulting frame looks like a spiky monster! For the second part, the fabric section of the chair must be stretched over the base frame – this takes a bit of strength, but is not too taxing.

Yet this little fella is very lightweight

Asteri compact folding cableIn use, the finished chair is lightweight and comfortable. You sit fairly low to the ground (about 35cm off the deck), but the shape of the fabric supports your back well, even for taller folk like yours truly (6ft 3). It’s probably not an ideal chair if your legs and knees aren’t quite as strong as they used to be for getting up. If there’s one criticism, it’s that the feet of the chair are possibly too small – on wet, muddy ground, there could be a chance of sinking in. Makes a good case for buying a small ground sheet if that’s a possibility.

Overall, the Asteri camping chair is a classy piece of gear, and will make you the envy of your fellow campers – it’s just so portable. Recommended.

Key specs: Unfolded dimensions: 70 x 57 x 46 cm Folded dimensions: 36 x 13 cm / Weight: 0.95 k

9Expert Score

The Asteri folding chair - "as flexible and portable as you could ever expect a camping chair to be..."

Marko Value Folding Chair

Marko folding camping chair

It’s the age-old compromise – cost vs quality. Where does a great price start eating into the enjoyment of your item to the point where you wish you’d not bought it. This Marko camping chair is right on that price point – while it is by far the cheapest chair we’ve reviewed, it is certainly not terrible and we recommend it for those on a budget.

The chair consists of a good quality fabric back and seat which is permanently connected to a collapsible set of legs. The back of the chair provides enough support, but the seat is lacking a bit of padding for extend sitting periods. Luckily there is no bar running under your legs like many other chairs at this price point use to inflict suffering on users!

Marko chairSetup and packing away are extremely simple, and the folded chair fits well into the supplied draw strung sleeve. When seated in the chair, there is a flimsy little drinks holder in the right arm – we would have preferred to see a little more substance there because we feel it could break after extended use.

Overall, this chair is recommended if you’re seriously watching the pennies, but we would advise to spend a little more if budget allows. Your bum will thank you! 🙂

Key specs: Dimensions: 86 x 81 x 50 cm / Weight: 3 kg

7.5Expert Score

"The Marko is incredible value and does what it needs to but just doesn't quite have the comfort or quality of our top choices"

Alpha Camp Camping Chair with Sunshade

Alpha Camp folding chair with shade

Sometimes you think you’ve seen all the camping chairs that could possibly be created – and then the Alpha Camp folding camping chair pops up!

Made of high quality materials, the Alpha Camp has a well-designed steel leg lattice to provide 160 kg of weight tolerance and a comfortable seat with no awkward crossbars under your bum. The chair uses a reinforced breathable Oxford mesh which contours your body nicely and it’s too sweaty.

However, what will undoubtedly catch your eye is the amazing sun shade included which clips nicely on to the back of the chair and helps prevent sunburn. This is particularly helpful if you’re as bald as a coot like me!

Although we haven’t tested it in the rain, it could probably provide some protection if it’s a light rain shower.

The Alpha Camp chair folds down into a 137cm long bag (53.9 inches) and weighs about 6kg (1 stone) – this isn’t the lightest, but the weight gives a feeling of solidity and reliability. It will fit easily into a car boot or campervan/caravan, but you would not want to be carrying it a long distance.

In use, we found it comfortable and rugged – there doesn’t seem much chance of legs breaking or material wearing away. There’s also a drinks holder fitted to the right hand arm rest – just where most of us need it!

Overall, the Alpha Camp should definitely be considered for purchase, although it is slightly over our max £50 budget. We think it was worth including though!

8Expert Score

The Alpha Camp chair is a slightly unusual leftfield choice, but the inclusion of the sunshade is pretty unique on the UK market. The question you have to ask is 'do we get enough sun to make it worthwhile?'

Folding Camping Chairs - the Best of the Rest

UMI Camping Lounger

UMI camping lounger

Fancy resting those weary legs then look no further. The UMI camping lounger takes a typical Director’s chair design and then extends the leg area for max comfort. With a neck rest and drink’s holder, it’s just the ticket to chill at the campsite.

Board Masters VW folding Moon Chair

Board Masters VW folding Moon Chair

A super comfy Moon Chair with an ultra-cute VW Campervan design – love those headlight eyes! Moon Chairs are our favourite chair designs for sinking into, and this is no exception. Please be aware that there is no drinks holder though which is an unfortunate oversight. 

So that wraps up our summary of the best folding camping chairs available in the UK today and costing around the magical £50 mark. Now that you’ve found somewhere comfy to perch your posterior then feel free to check out our  reviews for the best camping tables under £50 – you need somewhere to rest that all-important glass of wine now don’t ya? Cheers, and Happy Camping!

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