Easiest Snacks to Camp and Glamp with

One of the best parts about camping—and glamping—is the snacks! In fact, that’s the best part about most things. But it’s important to snack when you’re camping. You need to stay energized for your next adventure, prepared for wherever the day will take you! You need food that’s easy to pack, easy to store, and will keep you full. Sunbird Snacks are some of the easiest snacks to camp and glamp with.

Crunchy cravings

I don’t know about you, but I like to nosh on something crunchy in between my rounds of campfire hot dogs and marshmallows. Peanut butter pretzels and Oriental party mix are both delicious. Or Louisiana Lightnin’, Kansas City BBQ, and Dragon Mix all provide a little bit of spice. Those corn sticks, pretzel pieces, sesame sticks, crackers, and peanuts are all a nice way to keep your mouth busy while you’re sitting around the campfire or getting ready for a hike. Or, pretend you’re in a sushi restaurant while you feast on some spicy Wasabi snacks.

Nuts are filling

…and healthy! Almonds and cashews are always tasty! Pistachios have plant-based protein and are packed with unsaturated fats and fiber, lower in calories than other nuts. Meanwhile, walnuts have the highest amount of plant-based omega-3 fatty acids to help you stay fuller longer while you’re hanging around your cabin, tent, yurt, or teepee.

Dried fruits

It’s not always easy to take fresh fruit along on your journey. And though a lot of glamping options might have a refrigerator or at least electricity, these are great choices for flavor on the go! Snack with dried fruit like Apple and Banana Chips, Antioxidant Berry Mix, Cranberry Fruit Mix will all satisfy your hunger and provide convenience and portability.

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Nuts and dried fruits—the best of both worlds! Blueberry Health has almonds, soynuts, blueberries, cranberries, sunflower seeds—which have healthy fats and magnesium to help support heart health—raisins, and pumpkin seeds. And there are a few other mixes that feature coconut chips, wasabi green peas, and flax seeds—a good source of fiber that can help keep you full between meals.


Pretzels are a good crunchy snack that have relatively few calories. Honey Mustard Crunch, Pepper and Cheese Pub Mix, Game Day Mix, and Hot Cajun Mix all have pretzels in them. Not to mention Peanut Butter Pretzels! It’s easy to sit and enjoy these snacks with friends. If you are sending your kids off to camp, these are easy to pack and are great for quick breaks in between canoe races and archery contests.

Are you looking for snacks that are easy to camp with?

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