Lay Flat Hammocks
Who we are
"I was laying a regular hammock, trying to get comfortable, when I had this idea. What if my head and feet were lower and I didn't have pressure on my sides? That spark lead to the Haven Tent!" - Derek Tillotson, Founder
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Hammock camping is growing in popularity, while some of our country's best landscapes are located in national parks. About 84.9 million acres worth in fact. So you are probably reading this blog post to find out if you can bring your hammock, or better yet your Haven Tent, on your next national park adventure. Read on! We'll provide an outline of hammock camping rules and best practices for national parks, along with a list of national parks and their current hammock policy. Leave No Trace *for Hammock Camping National parks are protected areas that are managed for the preservation of our natural and cultural resources. It's important to follow Leave No Trace principles when camping anywhere, but especially in a...
Sleep and Camping don't have to be mutually exclusive! When it comes to camping, sometimes sleep is the thing you forget to pack! A good night (with lots of Zzz's) is crucial to maintaining good health and should be a top priority, even when roughing it in the great outdoors. Unfortunately, traditional camping setups can often make that impossible. We've grown accustomed to our soft beds with lots of pillows and it's hard to recreate that.Ground tents, for example, are a hassle to set up. You search for the perfect flat and open space. Then, once you lay down for the night you find the rock or root that you missed jabbing into your back. Or come to find out...