Spring is almost here, and many people enjoy camping. There are many types of camping tents to chose from so you need to think about how many people will usually be camping with you, to determine the size and type of tent you need. Here is a list of tents and their descriptions to help with your tent buying decision.
The classic A-frame tent: The A-frame tent is one of the oldest types of tents available today. The A-frame tents are usually designed for one to two people and are usually very simple to construct. The A-frame tent normally has two poles on each end that fit together to make a triangle, and a pole across the top to hold the middle of the tent up.
The dome tent: The dome tent has increased in popularity over the years, and has become one of the most popular tents on the market. Dome tent come in various sizes, from two people to five people or even more. Dome tents are usually a lot more confusing to put together than the A-frame tent, but they allow for many more people, and are usually very easy to move if you decide to move it to a location close by.
The cabin tent: The cabin tent is a huge tent that was designed for camping with your car. The cabin tents are so big, you can actually park your car inside it. They are also used for having parties and can cover many people. Cabin tents are made with a heavy material thus are usually very durable.
The geodesic tent: The geodesic tent is similar to the dome tent yet was made to with stand high winds and even snow. The geodesic tents are designed in a ways that has the poles crossing in many directions, so it may be one of the harder tents to assemble.
If you buy a tent and it is not waterproof, you can buy products to waterproof the tent yourself. Be sure to read the label on the waterproofing agent to make sure it can be used on the material your tent is made of. Happy Camping!