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The best pool floats you can buy

Pool floats make a day at the pool even more fun. We found the best pool floats in all shapes and sizes, so whatever you want we have a pick for you.

This $100 kids’ bike helmet is worth the price — its groundbreaking engineering keeps my daughter safe while she rides

The Trek Bontrager Jet WaveCel bike helmet has highly rated safety technology to give parents peace of mind. Kids love the fun, cool design too.

The best swimming pools

Above-ground pools are a quick and affordable solution for swimming in your backyard. These are the best swimming pools you can buy.

The best fertilizers

Choosing the right fertilizer for each plant type is key to growth. Use this guide for everything from vegetable gardens to your lawn.

The best gardening tools for beginners

If you're a gardening novice looking to fill out your toolkit with affordable gear, this list details everything you'll need to get started.

I tried this cordless string trimmer, and now I’m done messing with gas-powered weed whackers

The EGO cordless string trimmer I use comes with an interchangeable battery, and does a great job weeding and edging my lawn. Here's what it's like.
Target's outdoor waterbed retails for $30.

Target is selling outdoor waterbeds with built-in sprinklers, and they’re perfect for people who don’t have a pool

The outdoor water beds are rainbow-colored, and retail for $30. They can be purchased both online through Target's website and in stores.

The best backpacking tents

A backpacking tent should be lightweight and easy to pack yet still highly reliable when you need it. Here are our favorite currently available.
Fi's GPS collar is ideal for tracking your pup on off-leash hikes.

I’ve hiked more than 500 miles with my dogs, and this is the best gear we take with us on trails

We rounded up the best hiking gear for dogs, including a first-aid kit, hands-free leash, harness, tracking collar, and more.

Parents could face a long summer stuck at home with their kids as camps across the US wait to see if they’ll be allowed to open

Many parents are eager to get their kids outdoors, but camp directors are concerned about campers' health and safety.