At The Dyrt, we share camping tips from our community of campers and campgrounds. With so many campers staying home, we continue to share this info so you can plan future camping trips across the U.S.

Camping near cities just got even easier with this camping backpack.

If you’re someone who likes the city AND the country, how do you pack to explore both?

There are plenty of campgrounds near cities, and both are worth checking out. But your camp duffel is too big to lug around the city. And your city bag won’t work on the hiking trails.

You’re like a modern day Goldilocks, with no bag the right size. Enter the Pacsafe Anti-Theft Vibe 20 backpack, the ideal solution for a camping backpack that goes from the backwoods to the bustling city.

Pacsafe Vibe 20 Backpack

At Outdoor Retailer, showing off how much space this camping backpack has!

When we met up with the Pacsafe team at Outdoor Retailer, they filled us in on the nitty gritty of this pack.

With 20L of interior space, you can easily fit a packed lunch, jacket, and at least a few souvenirs in your camping backpack. The interior pocket fits a laptop or hydration pack depending on the activity. And the pockets are lined with RFIDsafe© materials to keep your cards protected. We loved the eXomesh© slashguard on the exterior of the pack to protect from thieves (and bears).

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  • Megan Walsh

    Megan Walsh

    Megan dreams of one day being a professional recreationalist, and welcomes any and all tips on how to get there. When she isn’t climbing, skiing, or enjoying shavasana, she’s drinking coffee and furiously typing away at her computer––or watching Netflix. Her work has been featured in Climbing Magazine, Utah Adventure Journal, and on Moja Gear.