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Choose your sleeping bag wisely

Domaine International de Rouville

We often tend to accept that camping comes with poor sleep quality, but sleeping soundly is priceless and there is no reason to sacrifice a little of your sleep. The key to a successful night's sleep is a comfortable and warm sleeping bag. Today, we give you some tips for choosing the right sleeping bag.

The sleeping bag is essential for a successful camping experience at Domaine International de Rouville, just like the tent. The sleeping bag will protect you from rain, wind, humidity and cold if you sleep in a tent outside, but can also be useful if you are one of those who use it as a cover inside your RV or mobile home.


When looking for a sleeping bag, you should keep your eyes peeled for ISO 23537 certification, very similar to the old EN 13537 standard, which you will still sometimes find on certain products.

Two thermal efficiencies are normally indicated on sleeping bags:

  • Comfort temperature: this is the temperature at which you will be neither hot nor cold.
  • The temperature limit: this is the temperature at which the balance is broken and you will have to add layers, for example clothing, in order to be comfortable.