The camping season is almost over, but that doesn’t mean it’s too late to squeeze in one more weekend in the wilderness or start planning for next year. Whether you’re trekking through the backcountry, exploring a national park or car camping, you’re going to need a tent. There are a number of camping tents for you depending on what you want to spend, how many friends or family members it needs to sleep, when you’re using it and how often you’re moving it. We tried to cover a couple different options so now matter what your needs, we have a pick for you. If you’re looking for your next tent for camping, you’ll find it here.


Coleman Sundome 3 Person Tent

There’s a reason you probably already have Coleman gear in your camping collection. Their products are well designed, durable and affordable. The Sundome 3 Person Tent is no different. With a 7′ x 7′ footprint, 52″ center height, traditional dome tent design, 1000D polyethylene floor and rainfly cover, this is a great tent for a couple full size humans. It’s not going to last a lifetime or win any design awards, but for less than fifty bucks this is still a great tent. $50


ALPS Mountaineering Lynx Tent

If you’re camping solo, you won’t find a more affordable, better built tent than this ALPS Mountaineering Lynx Tent. The lightweight yet roomy tent has enough space to allow you to sleep in any position while still remaining comfortable, thanks to the mesh ventilation, and protected, thanks to the factory sealed seams, 75D 185T polyester fly and 2000mm poly tafetta floor. The shelter is also easy to set up and light enough to carry with you anywhere. $80


Eureka! Apex 2XT Two-Person Tent

At almost six pounds and packed to a size of roughly 6″ x 19″ in a separate pack, the Eureka! Apex 2XT Two-Person Tent isn’t the easiest to lug around on backpacking trips, but it’s great for car camping or long term setups. With durable construction, superior ventilation and full vestibules on both sides, this tent will keep you, a friend and your gear comfortably dry, cool and protected in all but the most extreme conditions. $140


REI Base Camp 4 Tent

REI’s Base Camp 4 Tent combines mountaineering-inspired features with enough room for a queen size air mattress, dogs, kids and gear. Double doors so you don’t have to climb over each other getting in and out. Double vestibules so gear never has to come inside. Double roof vents that are adjustable from the inside. Multiple pockets and hang loops to organize the interior. Then you factor in the REI name and their notoriety for durable outdoor goods and this easily becomes one of the best options for sleeping outside. $369


Marmot Limestone 8P Tent

Marmot’s cavernous Limestone 8P Tent has enough space for you and seven others to be protected through three seasons. With two rooms of livable space, two large doors, a covered portico, heavyweight oxford nylon floor and easy setup, this is the best family tent for those of you looking to camp with a group. $649


Hilleberg Keron 4 GT Expedition Tent

Hilleberg was founded in 1971 by professional forester Bo Hilleberg. Decades later, the governing board of Hilleberg the Tentmaker is still a family affair. This is why, while pricey, you won’t find a better tent on the market. Kerlon 1800 outer fabric. 10mm poles. Double vestibules. Four season construction. More space than a New York studio apartment. If money is no object, the Hilleberg Keron 4 GT Expedition Tent is one of the best camping tents on the market. $1,275

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