Glamping solves much of the discomfort and hassle of camping: you get a beautiful, spacious tent that’s weatherproof, fully heated with a stove, able to fit multiple beds inside, and it’s both portable and also perfectly suited for semi-permanent installation.
And most of all, glamping tents - or Bell tents - are simply beautiful. The experience of being inside one is warm and cuddly, and the tent’s outer appearance has a charming relationship with its natural surroundings.
Glamping really does make camping more “glamorous,” but there’s one thing that glamping hasn’t made any more magical, and that’s using the toilet.
But don’t fret, we have a list of the most recommended portable toilets out there. So whether you’re going on a remote camping adventure, or you want to outfit your backyard guest house tent rental business, here are some portable toilets that will make the bathroom experience as glamorous as possible.
Camco Portable Travel Toilet
Recent Price: $113
Probably one of the most popular portable toilets ever made, the Camco Portable Travel Toilet comes in either a 2.6 gallon or a 5.3 gallon bundle. Don’t worry, you can always change the size of the tank later, if you find you need to go smaller or larger.
This portable toilet is small enough to come along on your tent trip, RV adventure, car camping jaunt, or simply keep in your backyard near your bell tent.
The tank is detachable, so you can have a replacement tank ready to go, while the other is on its way to a dump station. In addition, there’s a seal to protect from odors and leaking. The whole thing is plastic and only weighs about 30 pounds when it’s full, but it can handle a weight capacity up to 330 lbs.
The best part about the Camco portable toilet is the satisfying flush.
Each flush uses less than a quarter gallon of water, so you can go a few days before having to empty the tank. To dump the the tank, it’s best to take it to a RV, gas station, or campground dump site that is made specifically for portable toilet tanks. In a jam, you can also dump the tank into your toilet at home, but you may want to use some bleach to cut down on the odors, as it can really stink up the bathroom.