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Originally my plan was to purchase some camping supplies from up the street at MEC, however the prices that were offered were not what I was willing to pay. Decided to check out 3Vets, and I definitely made the right decision. They had exactly what I needed for competitive prices, staff were quick to help, I was in and out in no time with what I needed. Will be returning for sure.
3vets was very helpful in preparing me for my family camping trip. They had everything we needed and more. The vibe of the place was very down to earth and I will definitely be going back!
3 vets - a middle size store, outside looks ok, once inside, the stuff looks like they have been there for a long time, and touched by many people, some stuff looks like you can get it from a dollar store, only cost more, which make you afraid to shop for more expensive things. There is no return after 14 days. Oh, and there is MDST before HST? From the customer service, they obviously do not care if you are coming back to shop more :(, they just want you once, and it's all in the looks in the eyes... Do not do business with them.
|Summer Hours: Monday To Saturday 9:30 Am - 7:00 Pm|
First opened in 1947, this family-owned military surplus store has transformed over the years into a true outdoor hub. The 10,000-square-foot store in Mount Pleasant has an impressive inventory of outdoor supplies and accessories. Shop for hydration packs, outdoor cooking fuel and equipment, hammocks, sleep cots, and a variety of bags and backpacks for trekkers. Don’t head out to the woods without a pair of durable boots and a quick-drying microfiber shirt – both are pretty essential for rainy West Coast trails.
Three Vets is a discount store specializing in clothing and gear for outdoor adventures. The space may be barebones, but the selection is wide, and the prices are right. Find equipment for camping, fishing and hunting, and surplus military goods for your outdoorsy dad.