Sure, you can always buy a new plain tent for camping season, but why not get one with a little more style and functionality? We shopped around for ones that go beyond the regular design and found these unique tents that will give you a more fun and memorable camping experience.
1. Bang Bang Solar-Powered Tents
These solar-powered tents from Bang Bang combine a vibrant design with modern technology. They’re made with colorful designs and come with solar panels that you can slide in to get power.
The company’s based in Australia but they ship here to the U.S. You can see all of their current designs on their website here.
2. Teepee tents
These Teepee Tents from Guide Gear are made to withstand heavy winds and precipitation. They’re constructed of a heavy-duty, yet lightweight polyester and come with a center pole for stability.
The tent is also designed with several vents for optimal air flow. They’re available on Amazon here.
3. Field Candy tents
Have you ever seen a tent that looked like a sandwich, book, caravan, or quilt? Probably not, and that’s what makes these tents from Field Candy so unique. They produce some of the most fun camping tents on the market with unexpected designs that can be personalized.
Aside from 2-person tents, they offer an assortment of kid-friendly play tents, fun pillows (like one shaped like a wedge of cheese) and other cool gear for camping. To see all of their quirky options, check out their website.
4. Privacy Pop Tents
Indoor camping, anyone? These tents are perfect for people who share a living space, or anybody who wants the comfort of their bed combined with the privacy of a tent.
They fit snugly around most common mattresses from twin beds to queens, including air beds, foam beds, spring coils, and futons. They’re designed to block light out and have mesh windows that allow plenty of air flow. Check them out on Amazon.
5. Truck Tents
Hate sleeping on the cold hard ground? These Truck Tents from Napier may be just what you need for a better night’s rest.
They’re easy to set up in the back of open-bed trucks and SUVs, with a sewn-in floor and four large windows to allow plenty of ventilation. You can find them on Amazon here.