Discover what a tent footprint is, the advantages of using one, and how to use it. Learn about cost, weight, and low-cost alternatives for your next outdoor adventure.
Learn how to insulate a tent for winter camping and stay warm in the coldest conditions. Get tips on choosing the right tent, why it’s important to insulate, and additional ways to stay warm.
Stay warm and cozy in your tent with these heating for tent tips and tricks. Learn the safest ways to heat your tent and what not to use!
Rooftop tents can be very comfortable. They are up off the cold hard, lumpy, ground, and come with a high-density foam mattress. Different brands and models have mattresses of varied thicknesses and quality that can rival your bed at home. Comfortable pillows and a blanket add to the lavishness.
High-quality roof top tents are known for their comfort features, durability, safety, and ease of use while offering greater mobility and affordability over camper trailers, travel trailers, and RVs. Let’s answer some of the top questions people have about these amazing tents.
Safety whistles, emergency whistles, survival whistles. Call them whatever you want. Outdoor emergency preparedness isn’t complete without a safety whistle. A whistle can be an essential tool that saves lives in times of crisis when you use three standardized whistle communication signals.
Have you been looking at roof top tents and ground tents trying to determine which tent might benefit you most? Both roof top tents and ground tents have advantages and disadvantages. Your style of camping and location often dictate which tent is best.
When leveling your roof top tent, it’s best to start by parking on the flattest surface you can find. From this starting point, use a combination of a leveling tool to measure your pitch and roll and leveling blocks, recovery boards, air suspension, scrap lumber, rock, log, or firewood to level your vehicle.
Over 13,500 members of a roof top tent group were asked why they switched from a soft shell to hard shell roof top tent. Sixty answers were provided by members who had made the switch or who were ready to make the switch to a hard shell tent.