When it comes to tents you don’t have to break the bank. Camping should be a chance to escape our materialistic day-to-day, so it’s understandable if you don’t want to splurge on a canvas castle. Just make sure the quality is there, and more importantly, take care of your tent. Roll it up properly when not in use, shake out debris after use, give a rinse off when dirty and let it try completely before rolling it up and storing it in a cool dry spot.
The Party Tent
This bad boy sets up in two minutes or less, so you can get right down to it. With space for 10 people, no one misses out on the fun.
The Trusty Go-To
This classic rolls up small but gives you ample room when it’s all set up. With a few groovy colors, you’ll be sure to spot your tent from a mile away.
There’s no shame in the glamping game. If you can afford the space, go big with a yurt tent. Better yet, this teepee tent hybrid doubles as an event space.
At only 4 pounds, this guy is the perfect tag along on the trail.
Roof tents are a solid cost-efficient option for creating your own all-terrain vehicle without owning a van.