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Warmer days are here, so campfires and s'mores are calling your name! Be sure to pack the right tent for your next camping trip to ensure comfort, safety, and fun. Today's market is jam-packed with affordable and premium options, all of them emphasizing different traits, features, and materials, and each with their own benefits. Some mansion-sized car-camping tents are great for festivals and trips with large groups, as they offer tons of space and comfort, but they may take up lots of room in your car and are more susceptible to high winds. On the other hand, smaller tents are easier to set up, pack easily in your car, and stand up better in storms. Whatever your preference, we'll help you decipher which one of our picks for the 10 best camping tents suits you best.
Note: The number in each product title refers to the number of people each tent will comfortably sleep.
Looking to keep yourself and a few friends or family members cozy and dry without spending a fortune?
This tent has plenty of space for four people to sleep comfortably, and it has some of the best waterproofing for the price, with a floor design that resembles a bathtub (so water doesn't come in at the seams), taped seams, and a rainfly that makes it virtually impossible for moisture to infiltrate your kingdom. The mesh wall panels provide a "barely there" feel, too, in case the weather allows for you to sleep without the fly and gaze at the stars all night long.
This bad boy from Big Agnes is a personal hotel in the woods, thanks to a floor that's over almost 8 feet wide, a ceiling that's 5 feet tall, and nearly vertical sidewalls!
Doors on either side let you step out without climbing over your friends, while a fold-out entryway mat welcomes you into your temporary home. It's more waterproof than most large tents, thanks to a rainfly with nearly full coverage and taped seams. And if it's still not luxurious enough, add this giant vestibule to the front of the tent — it'll keep all your gear nearby and dry.
$69.35 BUY NOW
Economical and practical, this tent will suit anyone who doesn't require all the bells and whistles. Also available in a six-person version, this is a great entry-level tent for someone who can't commit to the more expensive options, but still wants to get outside with their nature-loving friends.
Sierra Designs made this tent to deliver a ton of space for you and your gear at a weight so light that it could even be used for backpacking (it's just over 5 pounds)! The Meteor 3 Tent has nearly vertical sidewalls, plus two doors and two side vestibules, so it's no problem for three people to cohabitate without disturbing one another. With just two poles, setup is a breeze, and the "burrito bag" storage sack makes this tent compress down easily to fit under the passenger seat or in your overnight backpack.
$272.34 BUY NOW
If an epic view is what you're chasing, these full-sized doors that open adjacently will give you an unparalleled line of sight of the sunset. It's great for car-camping, as it won't take up tons of space in your trunk, but it still has plenty of space for two people plus a few pups.
One of the two vestibules can be used for gear, and the other can be left free for coming and going. And the color-coded poles and clips make setup easier than ever. Go ahead — a killer mountain vista awaits.
$307.76 BUY NOW
Setup this 14-by-10-foot mansion in less than a minute with Coleman's instant setup, freeing up extra time for fireside storytelling. Poles are pre-attached, making for lightning-fast assembly. A divider splits this behemoth into two rooms, seven windows provide full ventilation, and a 6-foot-tall human can stand comfortably.
$378.95 BUY NOW
Perfectly sized to house a few adults and some kids or puppies, this six-person tent is so spacious, it'll feel like home. It's simple for one person to set up, thanks to color-coded poles and clips. Additional features include interior pockets for gear storage, a doormat to keep dirt outside, a huge double door, and a large vestibule to keep everything dry, even if things go awry.
$89.95 BUY NOW
Festival season is quickly approaching, which means you've probably drained your bank account on three-day passes. But don't fret — this option from Eureka is easy on the wallet. There's plenty of space for you and yours, and setup is a breeze, so you can spend less time fidgeting with your tent, and more time jamming out.
A cabin in a bag, this tent eliminates the need to rent an expensive cabin in the woods. Sleep up to 14 people in this behemoth, with dividers that create four separate rooms, so everyone can be as messy as they please in their own space. And because there are four separate entry doors, you don't have to put your sandals on and run out in the cold to go huddle up with your neighbor when you hear ruffling in the bushes.
The affordable Camp Dome from REI is a solid, lightweight option for those that want a comfortable, reliable tent, but don't need all the bells and whistles. This tent has a partial rainfly and a cut-in, water-resistant floor to keep you dry when rain falls. It also has large mesh windows that can be secured open or closed with zippers, so you can control airflow for ventilation and moisture management. With plenty of room for four, this tent gets the job done.