I once heard somewhere that everybody’s dreams are valid, and I think that it is true. We all have dreams, different dreams, and many of us struggle to attain them. In this article we are going to talk about your camping dream. What are the benefits of camping? We are going to try and look at some of those benefits although there are many more.
- Promotes family bonding
- Increases self confidence
- Encourages an appreciation for nature
- Enhances problem solving skills
- Fosters a healthy lifestyle
- Exposure to scientific concepts
- Increased self-awareness
- Exposes people to new challenges and adventures
- Creates new friendships
- Allows people to unwind, relax and de-stress
Buyer’s Guide to The Best Survival Tent
Now that we are on the topic of camping, we might as well mention the best survival tent so that the next time that you’re planning your camping expedition, you’ll know exactly what to look for. The tents in this review are the best in their categories and some can even be used for more purposes than just shelters.
Best Survival Tents Under $50
SE ET3683 Emergency Outdoor Tube Tent
This Emergency Outdoor Tube Tent comes with steel tent pegs, and it is perfect hiking, camping, hunting, boating, fishing, survival and emergency kits. It can also be used for other things such as emergency blankets and ground cover.
- Non-woven material with aluminum-coated interior that insulates body heat for extra warmth
- Dimensions: 82” x 36”
- Color: High visibility orange
- 23 ft. (7 m) of rope
- (4) 9” zinc-plated carbon steel tent pegs
Survival Shack Emergency Survival Tent
The Survival Shack comes manufactured with Mylar thermal material designed by NASA to reflect 90% of body heat, keeping the user arm no matter what sort of whether that they are in.it is lightweight and easy to carry around, perfect for camping, hiking, hunting, boating, backpacking or survival adventures. It can accommodate up to two adults at 8’ X 5’.
- Warmth in any weather: Mylar thermal material reflects 90% of body heat & is waterproof and windproof
- Compact and lightweight: Reusable tent packs easily for camping, hiking and emergency supplies
- Sets up in minutes: Separate the rope and shelter, run rope through both ends and tie to a sturdy object
- Space for two: Huge 8’ X 5’ survival tent accommodates two adults for protection from any weather
Grizzly Gear Emergency Survival Tent
This is a survival tent weighting slightly more than 5 ounces. It is made from is made from Myla, trapping about 90% of your body heat to keep you warm in all types of weather.
Best Survival Tent Over $50
Snugpak Ionosphere One Person Tent
This is an extremely small and compact tent that fits one person. It comes with a 5000mm PU Coated Fly and has a single entry point, No-See-Um-Mesh with all the seams taped.
- Small and compact
- Low profile with a 5000 mm PU coated fly
- Single entry and all seams are taped
- Flysheet is a lightweight 210t Polyester Rip Stop up with a 5000mm waterproof polyurethane coating
- Inner Tent constructed of 190t Nylon with Polyester Mesh
- 50D Polyester No-See-Um-Mesh
- DAC Feather lite NSL anodized poles with press fit connectors
- Comes with a Repair Kit – repairs can be made on the move
Eureka Solitaire Tent
This is a one person, three season tent that is light, quick to set up, and easy to use. The tunnel design can handle heavy winds. Weighing 2lb 10oz, this three season solo has two storage pockets and a flashlight loop for added convenience inside the tent.
- 2 hoop bivy-style tent
- Durable 6.3 mm fiberglass frame is shock corded for fast set up
- Pole pockets on one end; ring and pin on the other speed set up
- Nylon pole sleeves aid in set up and stability
- 3 storm guy outs on fly
- Two-hoop bivy-style tent for one sleeper (21.33 square foot area)
- Ventilated with a large mesh roof; attached full coverage fly
I can bet that you’re now ready to hit the road and go off on your next camping expedition. There are many places that you can do this, and the most important thing is that you stay safe and have somewhere to sleep. We wouldn’t want to see you coming back from the camping expedition with the flu, and that is why we recommend that you go for any of the tents mentioned above. There is even one that can occupy two people at a go.