- Surprisingly roomy--almost big enough to be a 3 man tent
- Well-priced and durable
- Setup is a breeze
Too heavy to carry backpacking.
Features: One of the main things people love about this little 2 man tent is the fact that it's so easy to set up, even if you're alone. The fiberglass poles fit into the insert sleeves easily, and you'll find that it's a very durable design. With the rain fly over the top, you won't have to worry about rain dripping on you as you sleep.
With the heavy duty plastic floor, you won't have to worry about ripping the tent as you move around. You have a decent amount of room for both sleeping bags and gear, and you can cram three smaller people into the tent if you have to.
The mesh lining of the tent serves as the perfect option for those who want to enjoy a beautiful view without dealing with mosquitos. You can simply unzip the main canvas and drink in the mountainside or forest views. When you're ready to sleep, zip the canvas back up and relax in your waterproof tent. And don't worry, you won't feel like you're trapped in an unventilated shelter.
Price: At $49, this is one of the best of the cheap tents on our list. It's built to last, easy to use, and surprisingly spacious if you're planning a couples'/buddies' camping weekend. A tent worth owning for sure!
- Rated #2 in 7 Best Camping Tents for Sale