Sleeping bags are great for cold nights, but it’s tough to beat wool camp blankets when you’re chilling around the campsite in the fall.
5 Best Wool Blankets for Camping in Fall
A fair-trade brand supporting traditional alpaca wool blanket-making communities in Peru and Ecuador.
If you’re skeptical about alpaca wool’s perks, don’t be: the fibers are lightweight yet strong, insulating but flexible.
The classic camp blanket from a mill that's been weaving wool blankets for more than 100 years.
Pendleton Yakima Camp Blanket
The Yakima is 86% wool and 14% cotton, designed for durability and warmth when you need it on cold starry nights.
Made from 80% virgin merino wool and constructed with a twill weave to make it more durable.
Wooly Mammoth Explorer Blanket
To increase longevity around the campfire, Woolly Mammoth Woolen Co. incorporated a double-stitched seam and whipstitch edging.
A solid lightweight alternative to the Yakima that'll still hold up in camp.
Pendleton Motor Robe
The Motor Robe is based on blankets that were once used during chilly carriage rides, so it’s ideal for road trips, camping weekends and anything in between.
Made with 100% merino wool and renowned for its breathability and moisture-wicking properties.
Lakefront Wool Blanket
Faribault still operates out of their original 1892 mill with the help of hardworking fifth-generation craftspeople and modern technology.