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2010 Family Tents Review The Best Of The Best
It's the summer season once again and in case your own family is up for a little bit of fun, then you'll find that there's nothing a lot more fun than camping. I absolutely feel holidays such as this are the stuff wonderful memories are produced from.Nowadays, as you almost certainly already know, camping has changed so much from the days of much of our childhood. I have not forgotten how long it used to take to build a tent and how getting wet in the rain was bound to happen..Presently, you can find waterproof tents and tents with all kinds of sleeping rooms, a porch and all that. And honestly, it is actually a tricky undertaking to buy one that best fit you and your own family's necessities.If you're looking for the best family tent, here are five that I recommend:Vango Maritsa 700 7 Berth Tent - This is one of the new Vango 2010 tents with a very unique design. It fits 7 people with the bedrooms all at the back. I like this tunnel tent design and with the bedrooms located where they are, you can get the mess to the minimum. If there are 7 of you in the group, you can even choose not to use the middle room and then turn it into a walk in closet!Coleman Waterfall 5 Man Tent - For a smaller family, the Coleman Waterfall 5 man tent is perfect. This is a very light tent at 12.8 kg. And even at this weight can stand strong winds and rain. This is a combination dome-tunnel tent. That is, the sleeping area is a tunnel while the living area is dome. Good head room.Coleman Coastline 6 Deluxe 6 Man Tent - Very spacious this one. There are three bedrooms which you can easily combine with other rooms if you choose too. I like the flexibility of the Coleman Coastline 6 Deluxe Tent.