best hammocks with mosquito nets

5 Best Hammocks with Mosquito Net

What is better than getting out in nature and experiencing it in all its glory? That is the beauty of using a hammock over a tent.

Sure with a tent, you have the security feature. But there is something primal about drifting off to sleep in a hammock.

When you get a hammock you also have to take into account nature at its worse and that includes all the insects that see you as dinner.

Luckily though someone attached netting over a hammock. Today we now have a variety of hammocks that offer netting to keep the creepy crawlers to flying nuisances away.

5 Best Hammocks with Mosquito Netting

How To choose the best hammocks with mosquito net?

Picking out the right hammock can be a little tricky.

You need a hammock that will hold you up, so weight is an issue. Plus you should look at the netting.

Does the netting really keep mosquitoes and other pests out of your sleeping area? There are some that do and they are called “no-see-um”. These kinds of hammocks allow you a peaceful night sleep as the netting is so close together that nothing can get through.

Another thing you need to consider when picking out your hammock with netting is how close you want the netting to be. Some people don’t mind having the net right on top of them.

Then there are other people who need that extra space so they don’t feel claustrophobic. Of course, no matter how you prefer to sleep with the net, you need to make sure that it is attached to the hammock.

You will find that some hammocks only offer a net to cover your hammock and it is draped over you. While some may like this style, you have to understand that bugs can still get in from below.

You may not have any issues with flying bugs but creepy crawlers like spiders, centipedes, roaches and the like can easily slip under the netting. So it is kind of important to make sure you get the kind of netting you want.

Top 5 Hammocks with Mosquito Netting

So, when you look online you will find a plethora of different hammocks that offer mosquito netting.

But which one is the best out of hundreds? Well, here is a list of the top five you can find. Each one on this list has the netting attached to the hammock to keep out more than just mosquitoes.

1. Grand Trunk Pro

The Grand Trunk Pro is one of the very best parachute hammocks with mosquito netting you can buy. The fact that the net is completely attached to the hammock guarantees no critters will find their way to you while you sleep.

Another great thing about the Grand Trunk is how the net is higher up than most. That means that you can twist and turn or even sit up without the net getting in your face. You have the space to move around with the net suspension kit where you won’t feel claustrophobic.

The hammock is constructed with triple stitching to secure the mesh netting and the hammock together. This will give you the absolute piece of mind that nothing is getting in while you sleep.

Another great thing about the Grand Trunk is how you can flip the hammock over during the day and enjoy nature without the netting.

Features I Liked:

  • Constructed from parachute nylon making it super durable.
  • Comes with everything you need to hang it.
  • Weight capacity is 400 pounds
  • Double sided zipper
  • Super lightweight coming in at only 2.5 pounds.
  • Packs up easily for day trips or extended camping trips
  • Dual use where you can flip it if you don’t want the net
  • Thick netting that keeps all the bugs out.
  • Super spacious; you won’t feel claustrophobic
  • Tight netting keeps even the smallest bugs out

2. Hammock Bliss Sky

Looking for a hammock that you can take into the swamps of Georgia and know that you won’t be eaten alive by mosquitos? The Hammock Bliss Sky is the ultimate outdoor hammock to take with you. The netting is so tight that offers 2,100 holes per square inch. This no-see-um netting is guaranteed to keep out all kinds of flying creatures.

Sandflies, fleas, mosquitoes? No problem. You can rest soundly knowing you aren’t going to wake up with your body looking like you crawled out of an ant hill.

The Bliss hammock is constructed from a high-quality material that will keep you snug and dry. The parachute hammock is made from a soft breathable material that also supports your body so you don’t wake up feeling like a train wreck.

This hammock comes with everything you need to set it up as soon as you get to your favorite spot. You also flip this hammock over if you don’t want to use the netting.

Features I Liked:

  • Compact and easy to store
  • Easy to set up
  • Comes with everything you need to hang it
  • Comfortable
  • Truly is a “No-See-Um” hammock
  • Tight netting keeps everything out
  • Offers pockets to store your stuff in
  • Lightweight coming in at only 1.75 pounds
  • Can hold up to 350 pounds
  • Double pull zippers
  • Extremely durable construction

3. Snugpak Jungle Hammock

Whether you are headed to the backcountry or deep into the jungle, you will have no issues with the Snugpack Jungle Hammock. The Snugpack Jungle Hammock will cradle your body and give you a great night sleep without the pesky bugs dive-bombing you.

You will find that the Snugpack is constructed with the mosquito netting built right into the hammock. Everything you need to get this hammock set up is included making it super easy and a time saver.

This hammock offers 400-pound weight capacity. This allows you to add padding, pillows, sleeping bag and a few personal items in it with you during the night. The Snugpack Jungle makes for a great alternative to sleeping in a tent and is a lot lighter.

For the hot summer days to relax in, flip the hammock over and enjoy your lazy day in the sun. When night comes, turn it back over and set up the netting to keep the bugs away.

Features I Liked:

  • Super lightweight coming in at only 1.75 pounds
  • Comes with everything you need
  • Easy to set up
  • Comfortable
  • Durable
  • Built in Mosquito netting
  • Weight capacity of 400 pounds
  • Comes with Steel carabiners
  • Adapts to a variety of trees
  • Weight capacity of 400 pounds
  • Store it in its own drawstring pocket
  • Keeps you cool

4. The Night Guardian

Looking for a decent sized hammock with a mosquito net that keeps out more than just mosquitoes? The Night Guardian hammock with built in netting is the hammock for you.

You will be amazed at how this ten-foot long hammock compacts easily into a sack and only weighs 1.6 pounds. Stretch out and relax knowing that you are fully covered and engulfed in this 210D Oxford nylon parachute hammock. This hammock is durable and sturdy with the capacity to hold up to 340 pounds. You can rest assure that the Night Guardian won’t rip or tear and is built to last for years.

Take this hammock to the beach or deep into the backcountry it doesn’t matter. It will hold up and give you a great night sleep bug-free.

The only downside is that you will need to purchase the accessories separately. While the Night Guardian comes with the hammock, net, shock cord, it does not include rope, carabiners, or straps.

Features I Liked:

  • Lightweight
  • Constructed with high-quality materials
  • Longer than most hammocks
  • Keeps all kinds of bugs out
  • Dries quickly
  • Snuggles you
  • Can reverse it so you can use it without the net
  • Mildew and rot resistant

5. Sportneer Camping Hammock

The Sportneer Camping Hammock offers you everything you could want from a camping hammock. You will find this parachute hammock super comfortable as you sink into it and drift off to sleep. This Sportneer Camping Hammock is a double allowing you to share the love and the bug-free night.

When it comes to weight, the Sportneer can hold up to 500 pounds. So if you decide to be greedy and sleep in it all alone, you will have plenty of room for your sleeping bag, mat, and other items. Not to mention that it comes with extra storage pockets for your keys and smaller personal items.

With the Sportneer you don’t have to shop around for accessories. You get everything you need to get set up quickly. And when it comes to breaking down the hammock you can easily shove this hammock into its sack or your backpack without it weighing you down.

You see the Sportneer only weighs 2.4 pounds making it much lighter and easier to handle than a tent. However, tree straps aren’t included and will need to be bought separately.

Features I Liked:

  • Double Occupancy
  • Internal Frame to help carry the weight
  • Easy set up
  • Lightweight
  • Everything included
  • Spacious size coming in at 110″x 59″
  • Compact and easy to transport
  • Durable and steady
  • Can withstand weight up to 500 pounds
  • Can be used anywhere including a steel stand

Our Pick:

Out of the top five which one rises above the rest? That would have to be the Hammock Bliss Sky. The Bliss really does offer you a peaceful night’s sleep with the thick netting making it virtually impossible for any bug to get to you. Plus it is super easy to set up.

The Bliss No-See-Um really does live up to its name and allows you to snuggle into the hammock without feeling too tight. It offers you enough room to sit up and get something to drink in the middle of the night without getting a mouthful of the net.  Out of all of the hammocks on this list, the Bliss conforms to your body allowing you to wake up refreshed and ready to go the next day.

Tips for Sleeping in Hammocks

For some of you, sleeping in a hammock may be a brand new experience. There are just a few things to keep in mind when you are out in the woods and roughing it under the stars.

Tip #1: Make sure to angle the hammock at least 30 degrees if you want a flat lay. When you are setting up the tree straps it is important to make note where you want them. You can’t have a level hammock as you will be fighting with it all night.

You need to angle it just a bit to give your head a bit of support. The more you angle the hammock the more upright you will rest. So, when you are getting it set up for the first time, jump into it a couple of times to make sure you are completely comfortable. Don’t just assume because it is up that it will be at the correct angle you want it when you go to sleep.

Tip #2:  You need to know is that even if it does come with mosquito netting, the parachute material is still pretty thin. When you are out in the woods or by a water source it is possible for you to get bitten by mosquitos through the bottom of the hammock. Best thing to do is spray the hammock down with bug repellant before you go to sleep just to be on the safe side.

Tip #3: Always double check your rigging before you go to sleep for the night. You may not have the straps around the trees snug enough. Or your lines may have shifted if it is windy. If you don’t want to end up on the ground in the middle of the night, check your lines before you get in. Too often someone thinks that everything is secure and in the middle of the night, you hear a gasp because their hammock can’t take the weight due to the lines. So make sure you check your lines.


Sleeping under the stars is something that everyone should experience at least once in their lives.

Thanks to netting on or around a hammock, doing so just makes it more comfortable. Using a hammock is like going back in time as it allows you to get back to nature.

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Neil Ferriss

Hey! I am Neil. Since I quit my job in 2015, I’ve traveled to several countries and have completed some thrilling items from my adventure bucket list. This blog is about sharing entertaining travel stories, useful travel tips and thrilling adventures with you from my non-stop adventure around the world.

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