All-in-one systems make it simpler than ever to get wet in the wild

Spa Treatment The built-in shower panel (see Image 5) from Rohl can be used indoors or out. It has a glass face and stainless-steel shelves behind for shampoo and soap. An 8-inch rain-style head, hand shower, and three body sprays rinse every bit of you. (About $4,731, Rohl)

Simple Spray The portable outdoor shower from Orvis has an oversized stainless-steel head that rises from a tower made of nyatoh, a weather-resistant wood. The unit, which hooks up to a garden hose, also has a built-in soap dish and towel hook. (About $279, Orvis)

Sun Fueled The lacquered steel Solar Shower tower relies on the sun to warm cold water from your garden hose. A built-in combination energy collector panel and storage tank can heat 5 ½ gallons of water in less than two hours. (About $379, SPP)

Mostly Modern The VIZA wall-mount shower from Calazzo adds a stylized look to your outdoor bathing area. It has a sleek one-piece stainless steel body and teak handles. The shower can be plumbed or hooked up to a garden hose with an adapter. (About $899, Calazzo)

Do-It-All The Water Valet from Rittenhouse has a sink for washing hands, tools, and vegetables; a hand-crank reel for coiling the garden hose; and a shower. Made of stainless steel with brass fittings. (About $2,251, Rittenhouse)
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