Upgrade your backyard with these awesome Amazon finds under $100

These Amazon finds will turn your backyard into a staycation destination, just in time for summer

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Summer's around the corner, and if you haven't yet, now is the perfect time to start sprucing up your backyard (especially because you'll likely be spending even more time there this year). The good news: There are plenty of Amazon finds that can help turn your backyard into the place to be, and they can all be had for under $100 (and most come with free shipping for Prime members, too).

Here, we've rounded up nine of our favorite Amazon finds for the backyard, that all come in under 100 bucks.

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Our favorite Amazon finds for the backyard, all under $100

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Delectable Garden 12 Pocket Hanging Vertical Garden | $24.95 on Amazon (opens in new tab)

This hanging wall planter features 10 pockets for your vertical garden. It's perfect for growing things like herbs or lettuce, or creating a living wall that can be used for privacy or as a decorative feature on a patio or deck.

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Y- STOP Hammock Chair Hanging Rope Swing | $69.99 on Amazon (opens in new tab)

Need a spot to lounge? This hammock swing can easily hang from a tree or deck beam, and its boho-inspired design will contribute style points to your outdoor space, too. It's also a great hammock alternative for small spaces. 

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Enbrighten Classic LED Cafe String Lights | $69.99 on Amazon (opens in new tab)

There's something about the right lighting that can completely transform the ambiance of a space, and the outdoors is no exception. These LED lights will create classic bistro style, and come in five lengths so you can tailor them to outdoor areas big and small. The brand, Enbrighten, also offers a colored version (opens in new tab).

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Mini Projector, APEMAN 3800L Brightness Projector | $99.99 on Amazon (opens in new tab)

Grab the picnic blankets and some popcorn and head outside for a  drive-in experience at home. This mini projector works outdoors and projects a picture up to 180 in. 

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HY-C FG-16 Flame Genie Portable Smoke-Free Wood Pellet Fire Pit | $98.37 on Amazon (opens in new tab)

This backyard fire pit uses low-moisture wood pellets for a fire with less smoke. Perfect for those who live in denser areas and want to have a fire without worrying about smoke blowing into the neighbor's house. 

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Coleman Sundome Tent | $79.99 on Amazon (opens in new tab)

State parks and campgrounds remain closed in many states, but what's to say you can't have just as much fun camping in your own backyard? Set up this Coleman four-person tent, watch a movie on a projection screen and roast s'mores over your fire pit for the ultimate backyard staycation.

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ARTBECK Trampoline Sprinkler | $52.99 on Amazon (opens in new tab)

This sprinkler solves what may be the only drawback to a backyard trampoline: how hot it gets in the summer sun. Reviewers say this sprinkler attachment is easy to set up and kid-approved.

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RYB HOME Outdoor Curtains | $36.95 on Amazon (opens in new tab)

Need some privacy or a reprieve from the glare of the midday sun? These outdoor curtains turn a veranda, front porch or deck into an outdoor room, and help diffuse direct sunlight. 

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Suncast BMDC1000BD, Blue 54-Quart Resin Cooler Side Table and Decorative Stool | $49.36 on Amazon (opens in new tab)

If there was an award for most versatile piece of outdoor furniture, we'd give it to this side table. This handy accent piece functions as a a spare seat and a cooler, too. 

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Kaitlin Madden
Kaitlin Madden

Kaitlin Madden Armon is a writer and editor covering all things home. In addition to Real Homes, she's written for Architectural Digest, Martha Stewart Living, Refinery29, Modern Luxury Interiors, Wayfair, The Design Network, and lots more. She graduated from Northeastern University with a degree in journalism and currently lives in Connecticut with her husband, two sons, and black lab.