Looking for an amazing solo backpacking tent for your next camping trip? Single person backpacking tents are designed for people who like to camp alone or don’t like to share a tent. We researched and reviewed a whole bunch of tents, looking for our favorite solo setups. Here are some things we looked for when shopping.
Weight: How much a solo tent weighs can be really important. If you plan to carry your tent on your back, make sure it’s not too heavy for you. The weight will be in pounds.
Material: What are the walls made of? Also, we will mention what the floor, fly, and other pieces are made from if it’s from a different material. Most tents are made from polyester.
Fly Net: We’ll let you know if the tent comes with a rain fly or not. Rain flys are important to keep you dry if it starts to rain, so we recommend buying one if not.
Seasons: Season refers to the number of seasons the tent is graded for. There are 2, 3, and 4-season tents. If you are planning to camp in the cold, go for 4-season.
Size: If you are tall or will be carrying a lot of stuff, make sure you have enough room in your tent. Size is measured in inches, length by width by height.
Warranty: Warranties usually cover manufacturing defects and material problems and are limited. Warranties will usually be measured in years.
So which is the best solo tent for you? We’ve picked our top ten tents to help you on your journey. The first pick is our Top Pick, which is our favorite of all ten. The second will be our top budget pick, which will give you a great tent at a great price. Now, let’s get to those reviews!