Camping with a large group of friends can be a great experience, but something that almost always disrupts the rhythm of the night is when people start splitting up to go to bed. Most tents have a hard time fitting a family of five, so if you’re planning to go with any more than that, prepare to construct yourself a small compound of water resistant nylon. Unless you’re using the Lodge Tent from Barebones Living, that is. The Lodge Tent fits up to twelve people in their own bunk cot, so you won’t have friends splitting off into splinter groups when it comes time for bed. The roof is rated for up to 1000 pounds of snow and properly staked, the tent can withstand 90-mph winds, putting all weather camping back on the table. There’s even a port for a wood burning stove, making us think this is more like a portable cabin (or maybe, a lodge?) than a traditional tent.