Believe it or not, camping is a year-round outdoor pursuit. This means campers must have adequate gear and sleeping tents to uphold erratic seasonal weather. Winter tents are essential to sustain warmth and durability throughout the cooler climates. Below is the fall and winter camping tents on the market.
Wenger Rothorn 2 Person Backpack Tent
This four-season tent withstands of heavy snow-loads, wind and driving rain. This tent features 38 square feet of space, rip-stop nylon body and rip-stop nylon fly. The exterior contains reflective accent tabs. This tent has been officially used for some of the most grueling endurance outdoor race events.
Marmot Thor 3P
This 3-person, 4-season tent contains the strongest frame on the market. The frame combines an X-frame and tunnel dome to create a “bombproof” tent. The seams are factory taped for extreme weather protection. In addition, all floor seams are off the ground to provide superior waterproof protection.
Mountainsmith Confier 5+ Tent
This 3-season tent is perfect for family fall getaways. The Conifer tent can hold up to five people, plus Fido. The 6’2” head height welcomes tall brutes and provides ample space with 83.5 square foot of flooring. The tent contains double doors, bathtub floor construction, taped floor seams and interior mesh storage pockets.
Kelty Trail Ridge 4
This 3-season tent is best used during the clear, but cool, fall nights for stargazing. The innovative technology features a mostly-mesh shell, which is perfect for gazing at the night sky. This tent features taped seam, fly vents, gear-loft loops, ArcEdge floor and two doors. This Kelty specialty fits up to four people.
Big Agenes Royal Flush – 3 Person Tent
This winter camping tent is freestanding, lightweight and usable during all four seasons. The durable body features reflective guyline and webbing, storm flaps and double doors. Floor area is 46.5 square feet.