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Ever wish you could have that "cabin in the woods" feel without literally having to build your own cabin? We thought that would be too much work, so here is your solution: the Camp Cabin. You’ll be the envy of your campground with the unique cabin-like design and roomy inner space. Windows on all four sides offer prime-time visibility and air flow, or zip them closed from the inside for privacy and warmth. The angled roof will shed any weather you may come in contact with. Part of the Built to Wander collection, the Camp Cabin blends fun, function, and grab-and-go spontaneity for truly kickass gear. Music festivals, days at the park, nights under the stars…where will you wander?
For years have camped with a Kelty Silada 4 tent. A great tent but for an older camper I just got tired of crawling in and out of the tent. It was also hard to get dressed on the floor. The cabin is perfect for me. It does weigh more but still packs just fine in my Army duffel bag. I will be attending 4 or 5 BMW motorcycle rallies this summer! Dennis Boehme on Mar 29th 2018
Most of my gear I've had for the last 10 years has all been ultra-light, one-person backpacking stuff - so now that I am married and we just had a child, I realized that if I want to get my family into camping, it's time to get some new gear. Also, having adopted a more sedentary lifestyle (sadly), I needed to find a tent where I could actually stand up to put pants on.
Having said that, this tent is perfect for our needs! It's not super heavy, and yet is spacious and durable. I was worried about it not having a full-coverage fly, but figured the fam probably wouldn't be out camping in too many inclement conditions. Little did I realize that the week we spent in Great Basin NP, it was going to rain for an hour or two at least once or twice a day, EVERY day. The tent withstood all the rain and muddy conditions from where we had it, and kept mommy and baby dry and protected (even after a small creek formed and swept under the footprint!) the whole week.
We've used it several other times since then, and it's easy to put up, easy to take down, and fits a queen-size airbed with plenty of space for gear and Miss Baby's camping equipment as well.
The ONLY reason it gets a 4 instead of a 5 is because the pitching design takes a little getting used to, and the "rain fly" is really more of a "rain hat" that covers the mesh part of the tent. I wouldn't recommend it for trying to backpack at all, but for the small-to-medium-sized family that wants a quality car-camping tent that won't break the bank? You can't get any better than the Kelty Camp Cabin! Kentrik on Feb 27th 2018