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Tents & Shelters for Camping, Backpacking, Bushcraft, & Outdoor Adventures

Make yourself at home in the wilderness with our selection of weatherproof tents and shelters designed for camping, backpacking, bushcraft, and mountaineering. Whether shopping for a lightweight backpacking tent or a large tent for more people, you’ll find a variety of durable tents, tarps, bivvies, and tent accessories from top outdoor brands.

Camping Tents

Choose a spacious camping tent for car camping and festivals:

  • Freestanding dome tents and cabins
  • Roomy interiors with divider curtains
  • Large vestibules for gear storage
  • Easy setup with color coded poles
  • Brands like Coleman, ALPS Mountaineering, and Wenzel

Sleep the whole family comfortably with extra space to spare.

Backpacking Tents

For backpacking and hiking, go ultralight with a three-season tent:

  • Lightweight yet durable ripstop fabrics
  • Compact footprint and pole structure
  • Fast and easy setup with minimum pieces
  • Sufficient interior space for solo or 2-person

Shed pounds off your pack weight with a lightweight backpacking tent.

Tent Features to Look For

Key features when selecting a tent:

  • Capacity – Your group size and gear
  • Season rating – 3-season vs. extended season
  • Weight – Backpacking vs. car camping
  • Rain protection – Waterproof rain fly and sealed seams
  • Ventilation – Mesh panels to reduce condensation
  • Doors/Vestibules – For entry, storage and airflow

We have the right tent or shelter for your next outdoor adventure! Read our guide on how to choose the best tent for bushcraft or camping trips.

Frequently Asked Questions

What capacity tent do most campers need? For 1-3 people, a 3-4 person tent provides comfortable space for sleeping plus gear storage.

How do you find a good campsite for your tent? Look for flat, level ground that is protected from wind, sun, and rain runoff. Avoid rocky terrain.

What are tent vestibules? Vestibules are covered entrance areas to store gear and shoes while keeping rain out of your tent body.

What is the best way to clean a tent? Hose down tent and allow to fully dry. Use mild soap and sponge for stubborn stains.