If you’re ready to set out on your next adventure but still need to find the perfect shelter, you’re in the right place! We conducted expert research to bring you a list of the best three person tents on the market. So, grab a couple of friends, your significant other, or the kids and get ready to camp in style! Before you take a look at our three person tent buying guide, take a minute to check out some specifications you should keep in mind while shopping.
Material: Check this spec to determine what each tent on our list is made from. We’ve included a variety of tents made from different materials, including nylon, polyester, and oxford.
Waterproof: Don’t get caught in the rain! We’ll let you know if each model is waterproof, so you don’t have to worry about rain ruining the fun when you’re in the great outdoors
Seasons: Stay warm by purchasing a tent specifically designed for your favorite camping season. If a tent can handle the chillier months of spring and fall, or even if it stands up to the snow, we’ll tell you.
Shape: The shape of the tent can determine how comfortable you’ll be inside. Whether you prefer a cabin tent or a dome shape, check this spec for the details.
Size: We’ve recorded the dimensions of each option on our list right here in this spec, so you end up with an adequate amount of space for your camping party.
Weight: How you like to camp-- hiking or drive-up campsite-- will determine how much weight you’re willing to carry. Check this spec for the weight of each tent.
You’re ready to start shopping, now that you know what to look for. Each of the ten options on our list is a durable tent, made to withstand the elements and keep you warm in the proper weather. If you’re in a hurry, check out our top and budget picks first, but know the other eight picks are just as impressive! Without further adieu, let’s get started!
Expert Researcher and Writer
Jennifer Trimbee, a lead researcher and writer at GeekWrapped, is an expert writer with many years of experience. Jennifer writes about technology, sports, outdoor, and gear products.
Article last updated on:
September 30, 2019