There's Now an Official Glamping Tent That's Perfect For Camping Or Music Festivals
By Ryan on 01/15/2020 9:37 AM
You may have seen the Parks and Rec episode where Tom Haverford goes camping with the crew and sets up a glamping tent that's full of all of the items you probably have at home, including a king size bed, your television, along with a Roomba DJ and ice cream maker. Well, that's essentially what you can now do with this official glamping tent. It's a giant tent that gives you tons of room to setup everything you probably don't need while camping or at a music festival.
The official glamping tent is a bell style canvas tent that can be used for long term or short term use, and can actually be used in a wide variety of climates, and allows you to camp comfortably in all 4 seasons. The cotton canvas material that the tent is made provides a natural waterproofing and breathability. Plus, a treatment on the canvas adds additional waterproofing, along with mold and UV resistance.
The glamping bell tent comes in three different sizes, a large 16.4 foot diameter tent that offers 211 square feet of area inside, a medium 13.1 diameter tent that offers 135 square feet of area inside, along with a small 9.8 foot diameter tent that offers 75 square feet of area inside.
With average 4-person tents that offer right around 60 square feet, even the smallest version offers much more room to glamp away. Plus it's going to be much taller as well, as the medium version offers 8 feet of height inside the tent, and the large version offers 9.8 feet of height inside the tent.
The glamping bell tent uses a center metal pole to support the tent, it features roll-up side wall for great airflow when wanted, mesh-backed windows and vents, and it all rolls up into a matching canvas bag for easy transport. The official glamping tent takes right around 15 minutes to setup with 1-2 people.
The glamping tent also features an A-frame entrance with a heavy-duty zipper entrance on the front of the tent, a mosquito net for the front when you want to tent open but don't want to invite the bugs inside, along with a waterproof groundsheet that gets pegged down with the wall of the tent to create a wind and rain-resistant seal.
Check out a review of a similar bell glamping tent in action via the video below.
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