This is a good tent for six people who don’t mind a tight fit. On the other hand, it would make a fantastic tent for backyard camping for six kids. It’s a good idea to set the tent up in your backyard before heading out if you are going to be pitching it alone.
It blocks up to 90 percent of the sun, allowing you to sleep easily. As compared to traditional Coleman tents, it offers 20 percent more headroom. Credit goes to nearly vertical walls; you have more space to stand and move in the cabin freely. While buying a tent, the first thing that comes to your mind is the setup process. A tent that takes a lot of time to open and close is not suitable. Thankfully, it takes a maximum of five minutes to set up the tent and start resting.
We highly recommend that before you pitch any tent at a campsite, you watch online videos to familiarize yourself with their setup and breakdown processes. For instant tents, this is just as important as any other tent. The best family camping tents are a breeze to set up and break down, but that’s not the only thing you should consider when purchasing one. While the Toogh does come equipped with two doors that allow for cross-breeze, we longed for a few windows. We can see this tent as a good choice for couples but for a family camping tent, its windowless, hexagonal design had a claustrophobic feel.
Taking all the above features into account, we found that the Coleman Skydome 4 was the best Coleman tent overall. Its combination of all the things we love in a family camping tent (affordable, roomy, and reliable) with the added bonus of a sizable front vestibule just can’t be beaten. Again, assuming you’re shopping for a car camping tent here, weight and packed size aren’t a major concern when buying a Coleman tent. It’s well known that Coleman’s shelters aren’t the lightest or most compact by any stretch, so we recommend just leaning into it and getting the largest tent you can transport and carry. If you’re buying a Coleman tent for typical car camping use, we recommend buying the largest tent you can afford and transport.
The Coleman 6-Person Cabin Tent with Screened Porch is a great choice for anyone looking for a spacious and well-ventilated tent. The tub-like floor is made of durable polyethylene, and the welded corners and inverted seams help to keep the tent watertight. The detachable rainfly is made of 600mm-coated, 68 denier 190T polyester.
The Ozark trail needs to be tied down with the guy lines to remain durable. If anything goes wrong, you can replace the poles with replacement parts (around $20), and I recommend buying an extra pole just to be safe. You will however need to replace the stakes that come included, as they are not the best quality.
A difference in floor quality, however, will become obvious quickly as you use and abuse the tent. A footprint doesn’t take up much space, is relatively inexpensive, and is much easier to repair or replace than a tent bottom if it tears. The fabric is their WeatherTec polyester, they do not provide any information about waterproof rating.
This is ideal if you want to put your kids to bed in one room while you stay in the other. The divider also comes in handy if you need to store coleman bbq extra gear in one room while you sleep in the other. This makes the tent well ventilated and you can also enjoy stargazing at night.
Weight-wise, with its 23 lb (10.4 kg) this is a heavy structure, and as mentioned above this is not to be carried anywhere. Note that the packed size is quite good 26 x 10.5 inches (66 x 27 cm) and you can transport it on a bicycle. The inner door is also huge and this is again a double-layer coleman bbq type, with mesh and with panels. This is The Wise Adventurer’s roundup of the best Coleman tents on the market. Coleman tents are great because they’re both affordable and accessible, yet come from a reputable brand that’s been around longer than any of us have been alive.
So I would describe this tent as a 2-room tent plus the porch, just bear in mind what this all implies. I have included it in my list of best tents with a screen room. To summarize this Coleman 4 Person Cabin Camping Tent with Screen Room review, what you have here is a really nicely designed and pleasant tent with plenty of space for up to 4 people. There are 4 poles and this is fiberglass, 3 are used for the inner tent and one for the awning. You have the usual attachment system, and this means pin and ring at the tent’s base, and above you have clips and sleeves. You have plenty of steel stakes included, they are shown in the picture below.