Whether you’re taking a long family vacation on the beach or you’re setting up a merchant tent at a fair, you’re going to need a beach canopy. These shelters can take your day from miserable and hot to cool and comfortable no matter what you’re doing. We’ve compiled a list of the best beach canopies for all of your endeavors. Here are some things you should keep in mind while you’re shopping.
Blocks UV Rays: A canopy that blocks UV rays can be the difference between a hot day with sunburn and a cool, shady day where you can relax. This will tell you if the canopy is made to block harmful rays.
Dimensions: How big is the canopy? This is especially important when you’re looking for a place to set up, or booking a space at a fair. You need a canopy that’s going to fit in the space and hold your equipment.
Air Vents: The air vents are usually located at the top of the canopy and can help circulate air within. This is important if the canopy has a wall or other construction that closes it off because it can get really warm.
Carrying Bag: Does it come with a carrying bag? This is going to be important if you take it to a lot of events or beaches. A carrying bag will save you space and hassle.
Color Options: How many colors does it come in? This is a personal preference, but some canopies on our list come in a huge variety of colors to help personalize your experience or stand out in a crowd.
Weight: How much does the canopy weight? If you’re going to be toting it around a lot, you need to know if you can physically carry it. This will help make your life a lot easier, so we’ve included the information.
With that said, we can take a look at some beach canopy reviews. We’ve done a ton of research in order to bring you canopies that will suit your needs, whether that’s surviving in high wind conditions or shelters for large outings. Our top pick and budget pick are highlights, but some of the best canopies come later in the list so stay tuned and check out the rest of the list.
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Article last updated on:
September 29, 2019