Prior to starting your hunt for the perfect tent, have an idea what amount you're willing to invest. Also consider the environment you plan on camping in as well. Tents with good tent pads and a footprint will give the best service to its user. The end results will be impressing with or without rain.
If you are going camping with kids, consider one with more than one room with a divider that you can take off to have one large room when the kids are younger and then divide the tent up in later years when they start requiring their own space for their games (if you need a quiet space for yourself). If you are starting off with older kids, definitely consider having separate tents for them or a family tent with separate rooms.
Regardless of whether you are venturing into the great outdoors or staying at a structured campground, an appropriate camping tent needs to be at the very top of the checklist. They come in a dizzying range of models, designs, and sizes. It's extremely important you ultimately choose a camping tent that is designed to have capacity for the number of individuals who are planning to doze off under the roof. In some cases it might be more comfortable to have multiple tents which also allows for additional storage space.
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