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5 avg. (37 reviews)

Orange Screw
Ground Screw

Quick and easy anchor for a line or tie-down into soil · Can handle up to 650 pounds

This Made in the USA spiral ground anchor screws into soil to secure lines in a simple, easy-to-use design. It doesn’t take a lot of pressure to drill it into the ground. To anchor in firm soils, insert the drive handle for added leverage. It’s a great solution for tents, tarps, or quick tie-downs that can handle up to 650 pounds.

  • Instructions: With moderate pressure, push screw into the ground and rotate in a clockwise direction. Slide sleeve into top eyelet and continue rotating, using sleeve as drive handle for increased leverage
  • Single package includes one small or large Orange Screw and one clear drive tool
  • 2-Pack includes two large Orange Screws and one clear drive tool
  • 4-Pack includes four small Orange Screws and one clear drive tool
  • Screws are 9.5" long and have a thread diameter of 7/8"
  • Holds up to 400 lbs
  • Clear drive tool acts as a storage sleeve when not in use and slips into the top eyelet to form a T-grip for increased leverage in difficult soils
  • Great for camping, picnics, and use around home and garden
  • Caution: Orange Screws have sharp points. Handle with care to avoid bodily injury
Made in the USA


Single: Small Single: 9.5" x 2.5" x 1.25"; 4 Pack: 9.5" x 6" x 1.25"; Large Single:12.5" x 3" x 1.5"; 2 Pack: 12.5" x 6" x 1.5"


Single: 0.19 lb (small)/ 0.38 lb (large); 2 Pack: 0.63 lb; 4 Pack: 0.56 lb


100% recycled polycarbonate plastic


Orange Screw

Orange Screw is a spiral ground anchor that is a lot tougher than you might think. It handles tents, tarps, and other lines easily and securely, and is Made in the USA from recycled materials. The sharp screw stakes into all types of soil to anchor just about any line. For added leverage, slide the clear drive tool into the screw to help drill it into the ground. The drive handle can stay in or pop out. The smaller screw holds up to 400 pounds, and the larger up to 650. It’s a solution you’ll find yourself using surprisingly often—like on camping trips, at the beach, or at home. Founder Kirby Erdely is at the helm of this family business. He’s paired his background in design with his family’s love of all things outdoors to create this handy tool.