The availability of secure campsites close to major cities is increasingly attracting families wishing to take a camping tent vacation without heading out to the jungle. For someone who has never been out camping, the toughest question is where to experience their first camping tent trip. Starting off in low risk well supplied areas not too far from home is usually the safest option. Increasing gasoline and airlines charges are squeezing families struggling to make it through the tough economic times and forcing them to embrace camping tent alternatives. With high quality family tents retailing at under $200, a whole family of up to 6 people can enjoy a camping tent extended weekend for under $100 close to urban centers. What are some of things a first time camper needs to know in choosing their first tent?
Again ask yourself what kind of camping you are planning - gentle backpacking, extreme wilderness trekking or family campsite? Typically, if you are a family campsite camper, the amount of time or complexity of setting up your tent is less critical. Obviously, the simpler the better, but for family camping the ease of setting up a large or multiple room family camping tent is not as important of a feature. That is unless you get to your campsite after dusk, then you had better have packed your camping lanterns last! These days most large family camping tents can easily be set up in about 15-20 minutes - if you have read the set-up instructions and have all the guy lines, stakes and tarps handy and ready to use.
In the event that you're carrying out family camping, the multi-room tents operate awesome. Multi-room tents are available in 2-room fashions, where the accommodations are segregated by an inside camping tent wall with a zippered doorway. The 3-room model has the two rooms, as well as an additional screen room, which is perfect for storage and for changing clothes, playing games, etc. Family cabin tents are perfect when you have small children.
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