Camping with a crowd is a lot of fun, but it means you need plenty of space when it comes to bedtime. A 4-person tent gives everyone space to hunker down while staying warm and dry in inclement weather. Dome tents have just enough room for sleeping while cabin-styles give you more room for storing camping gear close by. Here are a few camping tents we think will be great to take along on your next outdoor trip.
This tent is lightweight and easy to carry along when hiking. It fits snug into the included carrying case that then clips onto hiking backpacks or bikes. The welded floors and inverted seams keep water out while the large windows and ground vent keep air circulating. This 9-foot by 7-foot tent is plenty of room to fit four adults while the nearly 5-foot ceiling makes it comfortable to walk around and change inside.
Though it can fit four adults, it will be a bit snug in the Weanas Professional tent. However, if you’re headed on a family campout with children, there is plenty of room to fit four people. There are two doors that double as mesh windows and one of them can be propped up on walking sticks to create a shaded porch area. Made with breathable nylon, the Weanas tent is covered with a special coating to block harmful UV rays and is waterproof.
The rainfly of this tent extends to create a fully covered porch area. This is a great place to take off shoes and dirty clothing before entering your tent. It’s also helpful for keeping gear dry as you sleep. The inside of this tent can hold four camping pads and has enough room to stand nearly straight up while walking around. The lightweight tent folds up nicely to easily stuff into its carrying bag.
Cabin tents have more wiggle room inside compared to dome-shaped tents. The OT QOMOTOP uses PE tubing to keep the floor secure and water out. It also comes with a rainfly to keep water away from the door and sides of the tent. The roof opens to a mesh window and there are ground vents for airflow. There is an electrical port so you can have power inside for charging cellphones or listening to music.
This tent has a lot of room inside to hold multiple air mattresses or camping rolls. And there is a divider to create two separate rooms. It uses dark room technology to keep 90 percent of sunlight out so it remains dark, even during the day. The Coleman Cabin is weatherproof with welded and inverted seams to keep water out. It includes a rainfly that stretches over the entire tent to keep rain from running down the sides of the tent.
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For quick camping trips, the Coleman Sundome (opens in new tab) tent is the one to grab. It is easy to set up and has just enough room inside to help four people. It's designed to keep water outside and away from the tent with inverted seams and a rainfly.
If you're spending more than a night or two outdoors, then take the Coleman Cabin (opens in new tab) tent. This tent can be divided into two rooms for more privacy, is tall enough to stand up in and holds at least four air mattresses or camping rolls.