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10 Best Camping Tents in 2021 (Coleman and More)

When nicer weather is here, nothing beats camping out with family or friends. Families and backpackers need no reason to set out on a trip with minimal gear to seek adventure, one of which needs to be a tent. But if you're in the market for a new tent or haven't bought one before, you might be lost as to where to begin.


That's why we've curated a list of the 10 best camping tents for a range of uses and climates. Coleman's Elite Montana 8-Person Tent is our number one pick for its size, height, and ventilation offering the best camping experience. Keep reading to see the rest of our picks! And if you'd rather do some digging on your own, our buying guide at the end is full of helpful tips and information to help you in your search.

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  • Last updated: 11-24-2021
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How We Chose Our Products

How We Chose Our Products

We considered the following points when choosing 10 camping tents for our list:


  • The number of people the tent can hold
  • How often you plan to use the tent
  • Whether you need a portable or larger option
  • The weather resistance offered by the tent
  • How long the tent takes to set up
  • The tent types and which ones will benefit you

For more details on how we researched, go through the Buying Guide at the end for more details.

Compare the 10 Best Camping Tents

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Coleman 8 Person Montana Cabin Tent 1

Coleman

Coleman Cabin Tent with Instant Setup 1

Coleman

Geertop 4-Season Backpacking Tent  1

Geertop

Zomake Pop Up 4-Person Tent  1

Zomake

Campros 8 Person Family Tent 1

Campros

ALPS Mountaineering Lynx 1-Person Tent 1

ALPS Mountaineering

Oaktree Camping Tent 1

Oaktree

Wenzel 8 Person Klondike Tent 1

Wenzel

Coleman Sundome Tent 1

Coleman

Cabela's Alaskan Guide Model Geodesic 4-Person Tent 1

Cabela's

Name

8 Person Montana Cabin Tent

Cabin Tent with Instant Setup

4-Season Backpacking Tent

Pop Up 4-Person Tent

8 Person Family Tent

Lynx 1-Person Tent

Camping Tent

8 Person Klondike Tent

Sundome Tent

Alaskan Guide Model Geodesic 4-Person Tent

Features

Best for Families and Large Groups

Best Camping Tent for Sunny Areas

Best Four-Season Tent for 2 People

Best Summer Tent With a Quick and Easy Setup

Best for Rough Weather Conditions

Best for Solo Campers

Best Waterproof Tent for Rainy Areas

Best Option for a Lot of Headspace

Best for Warm and Dry Climates

Best for a Long-Lasting Tent

Price$269.99$159.99$115.99$75.99$169.99$111.50$33.39$159.79$69.89$349.99
Sleeping capacity84, 6, or 1023 - 481882, 3, 4, or 62
TypeDome tentCabin tentDome tent Pop-up tentFree-standingDome tentCabin tentCabin tentDome tentTruck tent
MaterialPolyguard walls, polyester taffeta flysheetPolyesterPU coated polyester walls, PU oxford floor, aluminum polesPU-coated polyester fabric walls with UPF 50+, polyethylene floor, fiberglass polesPolyester, PUPolyester fly, poly taffeta floor, aluminum polesNot providedFiberglass and steel frame. PU coated polyester wallsPolyester fly and walls, fiberglass frame, polyethylene floorPolyester taffeta walls, fiberglass poles
Good forThree seasonsThree seasons, windFour seasonsSummerFour seasons, wind, rainThree seasonsThree seasonsThree seasons, water-resistantWilderness, summerThree seasons
Set-up time15 mins.1 min.Not providedUnder 1 min.5 min.Under 10 min.1 min.More than 10 min.10 mins.Over 10 min.
Storage2 mesh pockets1 mesh pocketMesh pockets, 2 vestibules, lantern hookNoneMesh pockets2 mesh pockets, 1 vestibule, gear loftSide mesh pockets2 mesh pockets1 mesh pocket1 mesh storage, gear loft
Total weight 27.4 lbs.18 lbs.Over 7 lbs.5 lbs.17.4 lbs.4.2 lbs.21.5 lbs.26.38 lbs.7.5 lbs.3.74 lbs.
DimensionsBase: 192 x 84 in., center height: 74 in.Base: 96 x 84 in., center height: 59 in.Inner layer: 78 x 55 x 41 in.Base: 71 x 95 in., center height: 40 in.Base: 168 x 108 in., center height: 72 in.Base size: 32 x 90 in., center height: 36 in.Base: 204 x 120 in., center height: 72 in.Base: 192 x 132 in., peak height: 78 in.Base: 108 x 84 in., center height: 48 in.Center height: 66 in.
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10 Best Camping Tents

The 10 tent models below were chosen by considering their sizes, types, and how they hold up in different weather conditions. We also used our buying guide and the customer reviews to see how the tents compare with each other.

Coleman8 Person Montana Cabin Tent

$269.99

Sleeping capacity8
TypeDome tent
MaterialPolyguard walls, polyester taffeta flysheet
Good forThree seasons
Set-up time15 mins.
Storage2 mesh pockets
Total weight 27.4 lbs.
DimensionsBase: 192 x 84 in., center height: 74 in.

ColemanCabin Tent with Instant Setup

$159.99

Sleeping capacity4, 6, or 10
TypeCabin tent
MaterialPolyester
Good forThree seasons, wind
Set-up time1 min.
Storage1 mesh pocket
Total weight 18 lbs.
DimensionsBase: 96 x 84 in., center height: 59 in.

Geertop4-Season Backpacking Tent

$115.99

Sleeping capacity2
TypeDome tent
MaterialPU coated polyester walls, PU oxford floor, aluminum poles
Good forFour seasons
Set-up timeNot provided
StorageMesh pockets, 2 vestibules, lantern hook
Total weight Over 7 lbs.
DimensionsInner layer: 78 x 55 x 41 in.

ZomakePop Up 4-Person Tent

$75.99

Sleeping capacity3 - 4
TypePop-up tent
MaterialPU-coated polyester fabric walls with UPF 50+, polyethylene floor, fiberglass poles
Good forSummer
Set-up timeUnder 1 min.
StorageNone
Total weight 5 lbs.
DimensionsBase: 71 x 95 in., center height: 40 in.

Campros8 Person Family Tent

$169.99

Sleeping capacity8
TypeFree-standing
MaterialPolyester, PU
Good forFour seasons, wind, rain
Set-up time5 min.
StorageMesh pockets
Total weight 17.4 lbs.
DimensionsBase: 168 x 108 in., center height: 72 in.

ALPS MountaineeringLynx 1-Person Tent

$111.50

Sleeping capacity1
TypeDome tent
MaterialPolyester fly, poly taffeta floor, aluminum poles
Good forThree seasons
Set-up timeUnder 10 min.
Storage2 mesh pockets, 1 vestibule, gear loft
Total weight 4.2 lbs.
DimensionsBase size: 32 x 90 in., center height: 36 in.

OaktreeCamping Tent

$33.39

Sleeping capacity8
TypeCabin tent
MaterialNot provided
Good forThree seasons
Set-up time1 min.
StorageSide mesh pockets
Total weight 21.5 lbs.
DimensionsBase: 204 x 120 in., center height: 72 in.

Wenzel8 Person Klondike Tent

$159.79

Sleeping capacity8
TypeCabin tent
MaterialFiberglass and steel frame. PU coated polyester walls
Good forThree seasons, water-resistant
Set-up timeMore than 10 min.
Storage2 mesh pockets
Total weight 26.38 lbs.
DimensionsBase: 192 x 132 in., peak height: 78 in.

ColemanSundome Tent

$69.89

Sleeping capacity2, 3, 4, or 6
TypeDome tent
MaterialPolyester fly and walls, fiberglass frame, polyethylene floor
Good forWilderness, summer
Set-up time10 mins.
Storage1 mesh pocket
Total weight 7.5 lbs.
DimensionsBase: 108 x 84 in., center height: 48 in.

Cabela'sAlaskan Guide Model Geodesic 4-Person Tent

$349.99

Sleeping capacity2
TypeTruck tent
MaterialPolyester taffeta walls, fiberglass poles
Good forThree seasons
Set-up timeOver 10 min.
Storage1 mesh storage, gear loft
Total weight 3.74 lbs.
DimensionsCenter height: 66 in.

How to Choose a Camping Tent - Buying Guide

As you look for a tent for your next trip, you should think about how many people you plan to bring, the shapes available, and the weather you may face.

Look For a Size for the Number of Occupants

Look For a Size for the Number of Occupants

The first thing to consider is how many people will need to fit in the tent. Most tents indicate whether they're made for one, two, three, or more people, which is a good starting point. However, if you're taller than average, tend to toss and turn at night, or need extra room for kids or dogs, it's helpful to look at the listed dimensions.


Products will list the length and width of the tent, which will indicate how much sleeping space you'll have. Generally, a space that's 25 inches wide by 80 inches long will be an adequate sleeping space for one person. Don't forget to leave extra room around the perimeter; you don't want to sleep right up against the walls of the tent.


In addition to the length and width, products will also list the peak height, which is the measurement at the tallest point of the tent. This will give you an idea of how much headroom the tent has. Some tents allow enough room to stand, while others are made mostly for sleeping so you'll need to get around on your hands and knees.

Select a Shape With Enough Space for Your Needs

Different tent shapes can affect a tent's durability, comfort, and occupancy. Here's what you should know about each type.

Dome-Shaped Tents for Small Groups or Snow

Dome-Shaped Tents for Small Groups or Snow

Dome-shaped tents have flexible poles that intersect at the top, then bend down and are anchored on the floor to create a rounded shape. Some include an additional pole at the entrance to create a porch area. 


The high ceiling and curved walls give ample headroom inside, making these a good option for families or groups. The dome shape also deflects rain and snow, helping to prevent sagging. 

A-Shaped Tents for 1 or 2 People

A-Shaped Tents for 1 or 2 People

Traditional tents come in the shape of an A and are also called ridge tents. Their pointed top makes them a good choice in rainy weather. However, the steep sides and lack of headroom mean there's limited living space inside, so these types of tents are best for just one or two people.


These tents work great for the beach since water could splash on it. This means you don't have to worry about water getting caught on top of your tent if it starts to rain, or you get water on your tent.

Cabin Tents for Group Camping

Cabin Tents for Group Camping

Cabin tents are the favorite choice for family backpack trips and for camping in groups. They use poles to create a large tent with plenty of standing room that can be split into separate rooms using internal dividers. They often have plenty of windows that offer views and ventilation.

Geodesic Tents for Extreme Weather Conditions

Geodesic Tents for Extreme Weather Conditions

Geodesic tents are another popular shape. They're essentially a dome-shaped tent with more poles, so they're more structurally stable and can handle more stress. Due to this, they're great choices for wilderness and winter camping.


Because larger tents tend to be less stable, geodesic tents are usually on the smaller side, although you can find sizes suitable for up to four people.

Consider Your Camping Weather and Season

The capability of a tent to withstand challenging weather conditions depends on the quality of the tent fabric, the poles, and other items that add to the tent frame, so let's look into these points.

Single-Walled for Dry Daytime, Double-Walled for Wet and Humidity

Single-Walled for Dry Daytime, Double-Walled for Wet and Humidity

Single-walled tents have a single layer that acts as the tent body and the rainfly. They're light and easy to set up. However, they're not always breathable, so condensation can develop on the inside. To avoid this, look for a tent with good ventilation. Single-walled tents are ideal for daytime excursions in dry, cold environments.


Double-walled tents have two walls and are more protective. They often come with a waterproof rainfly outside the breathable tent body. They are heavy and usually take more time to set up, but offer better protection and ventilation than the single-walled types. Double-walled tents are ideal for wet or humid climates.

Three-Season Tents for Mild Climates

Three-Season Tents for Mild Climates

Designed for moderate weather conditions during the months of spring, summer, and fall, three-season tents are lightweight and are easy to transport. 


Most come with a mesh panel called "no-see-um mesh" to encourage airflow inside the tent and to keep insects and flies at bay. If used with a rainfly, they can withstand rain, but not harsh storms or violent wind conditions. Although not ideal for winter, they can also withstand light snowfall. 

Four-Season Tents for Mountaineers and Snow Hikers

Four-Season Tents for Mountaineers and Snow Hikers

Despite their name, four-season tents are generally used only in the winter. They're made from heavier fabric and are designed to keep you safe and protected from harsh weather, including snow, ice, and wind. They often have additional poles, a more robust frame, and a dome shape to prevent snow from collecting on top.


Four-season tents minimize the use of mesh but may have vents you can open and close for ventilation. In addition, they often have a longer rainfly to block the elements, as well as additional flaps on the exterior.

Dome-, A-Shaped, and Pop-up Tents Are Easier to Set Up

Dome-, A-Shaped, and Pop-up Tents Are Easier to Set Up

Because tent types are constructed differently, some are easier to set up than others. Dome- and A-shaped tents are the easiest since they're generally less complicated and have fewer pieces. You also have pop-up tents designed to pop into shape once you remove them from the bag.


These tents require the least amount of time to set up, but they also have some disadvantages. For example, dome and A-shaped tents may not have as many poles for support so they could collapse or have problems with the wind. Pop-up tents can be a pain to store back into the bag since you need to fold them correctly.


These easy-to-setup tents work great for people focused on setting up their tents as quickly as possible. They also work great for people who go camping occasionally.

Assess the Tent's Materials for Durability and Weatherproofing

Assess the Tent's Materials for Durability and Weatherproofing

Most modern tents come in synthetic nylon measured in denier. The lower the denier, the lighter the tent will be. Some tents have higher denier fabrics on the tent floor to reduce the chances of leakage in the event of rain. 


In addition to the tent itself, most come with a separate or built-in rainfly. A full-coverage rainfly protects the entire tent, whereas a roof-only rainfly offers limited protection from the rain. The former types offer optimum protection from rain and wind. The latter types, however, allow more light inside the tent.


Also, consider ventilation. Go for tents with mesh panels to encourage air circulation inside the tent and to get protection from mosquitoes and other insects. 

Decide If You Need Extra Design Features or Accessories

Aside from the size, shape, and material of the tent itself, many of them come with design features to make your camping life easier. 

Vestibules, Pockets, and Organizers to Keep Your Things Off the Floor

Vestibules, Pockets, and Organizers to Keep Your Things Off the Floor

To store away your muddy boots or to keep your essentials and personal items out of the rain, look for vestibules. Most modern tents come with them. Some come with add-on vestibules to add extra storage space. Higher-end tents may come with multiple pockets to store away items like your car keys, flashlight, or personal items. 


If your tent doesn't have enough storage space, consider adding a gear loft that can hold lightweight items. Just hang it on a wall loop or the lantern loop on the ceiling of the tent. 

Accessories and Other Impressive Features at Extra Cost

Accessories and Other Impressive Features at Extra Cost

A footprint is an essential accessory to go for, especially when you're camping with a lightweight tent. These ground cloths are customized to fit the size of your tent and go underneath the floor to protect from abrasion and leaks. They're made of high-quality waterproof material.


For lighting, you can hang a battery-operated lantern on the lantern loop usually found at the center of the tent ceiling. Advanced models come with built-in lights on the roof poles. For those that don't, you can attach lights of your own in the ceiling hooks. 

Tips for the Best Camping Experience

Whether you're a camping newbie or an experienced backpacker, it never hurts to expand your camping know-how. In this video, Useful Knowledge shares some tips to help you have the best experience, including what to take with you, how to set up a campsite, build a fire, and cook a tasty camp dinner.

More Camping Gear for You to Love

More Camping Gear for You to Love

Why not have a read about some other items that can make camping more convenient and comfortable? Check out our recommendations for gear that camping trips can benefit from.

An Expert-Recommended Water Filter

Before you hit the trails, make sure you find a water filter to get you some clean water. Alec Sills-Trausch recommends this option, so you should check it out and see how it can improve your camping experience.

Expert's
pick

MSRGravity Filter

Trail Base Water Filter Kit

$149.95

Author: Biji Bella Ravindran

Updated by: Garrett Garcia, 11/24/2021

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    Does your kiddo love water play? Not only is it a fun activity, but water play can also help children develop hand-eye coordination as they hear the splashes and feel the wetness. Splash pads offer a fun way to cool down during hot summer days and work great for younger children as well as mixed-age groups. They aren't as deep as kiddie pools and hold just a couple of inches of water, so your little one can lay down and splash in it. To help you with your search, we've tracked down the 10 splash pads that are highly recommended by reviewers. SplashEZ's 3-in-1 Splash Pad is our favorite as it's decorated with an educational design to help your kid learn ABCs. For more options, read on! We've also included a buying guide at the end to help you quickly figure out which product works best for your needs. 
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