Most outdoor camping tents are designed to be two, three or all season tents. The difference in the tents for various seasons is usually the material used or whether the tent has a single or double wall and the way the ventilation system is designed for the tent. Most campers choose either three season or all season tents no matter what time of the year they plan to do most of their camping as weather can change depending on where you camp. The one thing to look for is that no matter how many seasons the tent is designed for there should be adequate ventilation through windows, skylights or sleeves to keep the condensation down.
Camping tents are categorized by using three ratings: three season tent, four season tent, and all season tent. The three season camping tent is ideal for spring, summer and fall. They can hold up in moderate weather including light snow, rain and the wind. These tents most often have mesh panels for ventilation as well.
Camping tents come in all sorts of shapes, sizes, colors and formations. Choosing the best one for you again depends on what style of camper you are, where you typically camp and what you will be using your tent for. When purchasing a tent for family camping, remember you only have to set it up once and take it down once. So during your camping experience your tent should be comfortable for everyone to use and function for all activities. Here are several considerations: Height of tent - if you're 6'4\" and you purchase a dome tent that is 5'6\" high at the tallest point, be prepared for lots of stooping, otherwise you may want to purchase a family style camping tent with enough height clearance for the tallest member of the family! Weather - if you camp in a constantly windy area (like some beaches) a dome style of tent would be better as it's specifically designed to buffer high and constant winds. Humidity - camping in high humidity areas can bring lots of wonderful insects to your camping experience! You may want to purchase a tent with lots of screened vents and possibly a screened eating canopy as well. Personally, I'm not a bug-in-my-food kind of camper!
Camping Tent Tuesday , March 13th , 2018 - 22:54:41 PM
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