Camping is back in vogue with there still being much uncertainty booking foreign holidays. With the range of tents now available ‘staycations’ have never looked more appealing.
Whether you are a family of three of a larger family of 6, there are great options to match your family size and budget. Pitching in comfort and ease has never looked better. These are our top 5 best family tents:
1. Coleman Tent Octagon, 6 to 8 Man Festival Dome Tent, Waterproof Family Camping Tent with Sewn-in Groundsheet
If you are new to camping, Coleman is a big name in the camping business, earning their reputation by making high quality products. Tents are one of their specialities and there are many different models to choose from. We prefer the larger tents to families as you can never have too much space when camping!
2. Jack Wolfskin Unisex Adult
With a luxurious feel, sleeping up to six people, this family tent has three entrances including a side entrance with a mosquito mesh screen and rain protection. The standing height is goog and a a high-quality groundsheet for protection. We also like that the you can have more space if there is only 3 of you by extending the space to enjoy a living area.
3. Skandika Montana Family Group
One of Amazon’s best-selling tents and quite rightly so. With three entrances and three sleeping rooms and full of nice touches throughout. Aire vents, a hook for your lantern and a peak height of 200 metres are some of the perks for this 8 man tent.
4. Vango Bravo 300 Tent River
For smaller families or looking for a play area to keep the little ones amused n the garden, the Vango Bravo 300 family tent comfortably fits three sleeping bags. Quick and simple to pitch and waterproof.
5. Vango Stargrove 600 XL Family Tent
An extra larger family tent is a practical option with the right balance of living space and must have features at a good price. Quick to pitch using the inflatable AirBeam structure. With three bedrooms it can comfortably sleep 6.
It’s never too early to start camping with your kids.
Nature delivers a full-on sensory experience, and a family camping trip is a great way to initiate the younger set to the joys of being outside. From babies to teens, kids of all ages will find so many things to captivate them on a camping trip: star-dotted skies, the distant call of an owl, the mesmerizing crackle of a campfire, the tiniest of bugs carrying out their work in the dirt. Camping can open their eyes and awaken their senses to their natural environment. Happy camping!