Outdoor camping is reliable, safe and easy with Gigatent. Their products are made top of the line, and designed to allow for maximum inner room with the least amount of work.
And when it comes to setting up tents, I like them to be as easy to do as possible.
Somebody said he didn’t need an outdoor tent – we already own a family tent. So I asked to review a kid’s play tent. We reviewed the Camelot Village. It is a kit that comes with two separate tents that can be tied together or left apart.
Like I said earlier, I like simple set up and these were simple! I had two very excited, young kids clamoring all over me while I tried to set it up. And I was able to successfully set these tents up without anyone’s help and without taking the kids to another room. That says a lot! Basically, you put the collapsable skeleton inside the tent fabric and then tie the tent to the poles. Anyone with a little tent-building practice will find this to be a cinch – I had to work at it since I have never set up a tent by myself. But I did it and it didn’t take long at all!
The first tent is 56 inches tall and the second is 51 inches tall. They are the perfect size for Lizzie and David to play in and have so much fun! As you can see in the photo above, their favorite thing to do was read books. Lizzie even went to get her pillow and blanket and pretend to nap.
David really enjoyed the real tent feel to it – he liked zipping and unzipping the door and looking out the mesh window. This would make a really fun addition to a camping trip if you plan to bring young children! Now, kids that are too young to fish can play in the Camelot Village play tent while the older kids go fishing. It isn’t quite big enough for me to sleep in there with them though, so on a camping trip I wouldn’t use it as a sleeping tent.
This is also a great way to break the boredom on rainy days. Set up and tear down is super simple and lets their imaginations run wild!
You can purchase a Giga Tent Camelot Village for $79.99 from Amazon.com – ARV $103.99!
I received the tents for review purposes. All opinions are 100% my own.