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?
Camping is a great way to enjoy the great out of doors, explore new places or just enjoy getting away for a few days when you have a limited budget. Camping is inexpensive and fun if you have the right gear and the most important of all your gear is an outdoor camping tent.
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 Tent Tuesday , March 13th , 2018 - 22:55:22 PM
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