Warm Weather Tents

Recent Warm Weather Tent Reviews

rated 2.5 of 5 stars
Ozark Trail 9 Person 2 Room Instant Cabin Tent with Screen Room

The Ozark Trail nine-person instant cabin tent is a spacious cabin style tent with a 7 foot ceiling and can be set up in under two minute. No assembly required (except tent fly and pegs) and you're set up for days at a time. Screen room acts as a double barrier for bugs. Can fit two queen air beds. I had been searching for a larger tent than the one I already had. I researched this tent for quite awhile before I made a purchase. The tent went on a rollback for $174 so I hesitated and didn't buy… Full review

rated 4 of 5 stars
Kelty Kashmir 2

Great 3-season tent. Setup is easy. It's stable due to 4-pole design. Ventilation is good/ceiling mesh is great for stargazing. Very roomy: 2+ full size adults. (1) door and (1) rear window are equal size.  Both have the mesh/privacy zipper closure option. Full review

rated 5 of 5 stars
Coleman Weathermaster 10

Plenty of space and darn good weather protection. We own 36 acres in northern New Mexico. When we go to the "Ranch", we stay in our Weathermaster 10. It takes below 0°C well and can handle the strong winds falling off the mountain peaks nearby. Rain was shed as expected and the frost never penetrated the interior. It's a big tent for just 2 people but we organize the second room into the armory and clothing area.  My daughter has 3 kids and loves to camp. She'll be seeing a Weathermaster 10 under… Full review

rated 4.5 of 5 stars
Coleman Dakota

Large enough for a family of four and dog. We bought this solely for car camping. Very roomy and with two interior zippered divider, privacy in three sections. Easy enough to set up single-handed within 15 minutes or less. Color coded poles help. Not great are the fiberglass poles when they age and fray. Few things more frustrating than trying to find and extract fiberglass splinters. If I could redesign the X, I would use carbon fiber poles. Full review

rated 5 of 5 stars
Eureka! Lodge

I love this tent, easy to set up and good in the rain. Lots of ventilation, good for a propane heater. I have had this tent for over 10 years, and used it on many camping adventures with no complaints. I only wish I could have gotten it for the price they have it listed at now. If memory serves me, I believe over $400 was paid back in the day. Still worth every penny and times we've had...priceless. Full review

rated 4 of 5 stars
Coleman Weathermaster Screened Tent

I bought this tent a few weeks ago at Costco for about $150. I've set it up three times. The first time was just a quick "rehearsal" in my yard to get a feel for it before going camping. The second was at the camp site. Within an hour after set up, we were informed by a Park Ranger that we were under a Tornado Warning until later that evening. Shortly afterwards, the wind picked up and it began to rain. We went into the tent and started to settle in for the night. The rain got very heavy and the… Full review

rated 4.5 of 5 stars
Kelty Screenhouse

I purchased the Kelty Screenhouse two years ago and have used it about 2 dozen times. Set-up of this unit is a little tricky, but, once mastered it is no big deal. I can set up the tent solo in about 10 minutes, a little faster when I have help. Once set up the tent is taut and can be easily transported to the site of your choosing. The medium Screenhouse is able to fit over a large campground picnic table, but space to the sides is limited. We have had eight people dining at one time in the screen… Full review

rated 4 of 5 stars
Columbia Paxton Peak

Very good tent, amazing price! I set this tent up in my backyard last summer when my A/C broke. It was where I slept most nights for a couple weeks. I was very comfortable and it feels luxurious with the closets to keep your clothes off the tent floor. Nice big windows for ventilation. Full review

Columbia Paxton Peak

This tent is terrible. Thought it was great when we bought it, since our daughter has a Columbia tent and thought they were nice tents. Went camping and it rained and found that it was not good at all. It leaked like a seive. The water even came through the floor. When we got home from that trip we waterproofed the entire tent doubled on the seams. Next time camping it leaked all over again. Used it again this past holiday weekend and again it rained. The tent had over an inch of water in it. The… Full review

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