Cold Weather Tents
Camping Tents. Published at Thursday, August 03rd 2017, 11:56:48 AM by RickGrimes.
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It certainly can be, if that is what you are aiming for! Some people love being one with nature, and tackling the elements with just the most basic provisions. However, if you like a bit more luxury, modern-day camping can certainly provide that, with its tall and roomy tents, comfortable airbeds, portable power solutions that let you run fridges and even air conditioning, and a huge range of accessories ranging from fire pits to en-suite toilets. So whether you want to be "roughing it" or prefer "glamping", at Anaconda we can provide every level of comfort that you can think of for your next camping experience.
The center tent pole is strong steel and provides a handy grab point when standing and changing clothes. The tent is also sufficiently high that you can have a chair within the tent convenient for reading, putting on shoes, and so forth. The four plastic windows allow for a ready look at the outside world. Beneath them are airflow vents on the exterior of the tent, which can be slightly enhanced to scoop breezes by leaving one side of the flap zipped to the tent and unzipping the other side of the flap that faces a prevailing wind and tying off its line to one of the existing tent stakes. Though this description is somewhat wordy, creating four such wind scoops becomes intuitively obvious when setting up the tent, provided that the front of the tent faces into the prevailing wind. The proposed rigging requires no added effort since all of the lines are staked out anyway.
Ozark Trail also makes a connect tent that has a canopy built into it. Unlike the first option listed in this article, since the canopy is built in it doesnt have to be purchased separately. Setup is relatively easy. The first thing to setup is the canopy, which is basically locking the poles into the correct connectors. Since the canopy can be big and awkward to move on your own, we do recommend having two people during the setup process.
This is the perfect tent for people that want separate sleeping areas at night, but want all those sleeping spaces to be connected. I love this tent for families that have younger children. When you children want some privacy, they can sleep in the side tents. If they get scared at night, they can come back into the main sleeping area.
Each tent is 10 feet by 10 feet so it is rated to sleep four people, but that would be a little tight if it was four adults. Each tent has two windows and a mesh ceiling that can be covered with the pre-attached rainfly.For the family that doesnt need three separate tents connected together, Ozark Trail also has an option to connect 2 tents. It is really similar in concept to ConnecTent previously listed, except you are only connecting one side tent to the main center tent.
Cold Weather Tents
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