I recently introduced friends and cousins to camping and they often ask me: What’s the best tent for camping?
Well, you can spend $500-600 dollars and get a big overpriced tent and you have to fumble with poles. You can get a $50-200 dollar tent that’s smaller, but also requires you to fumble around with tension poles that will aggravate you to death. Or…
I always end up recommending the Gazelle T3X hub tent for 2-3 people or the Gazelle T4 hub tent for 3-4 people. For my family of 4 we have the Gazelle T4 Hub Tent (see my review here) and it’s been great. Both of these tents are typically between $250 to $430 dollars depending on which version you get.
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Why is the Gazelle Hub Tent the best tent for camping?
The reason this tent is so awesome: Setup takes less than two minutes. No poles to connect. The floor can be swept out. Zippers are heavy duty. It’s just a great design all-around. For more of my thoughts on this, check out my Gazelle Hub Tent Review.
The Overland version of the Gazelle Tent gets you stronger stakes and a better duffle bag to hold the tent that is water resistant and oversized. I wish the overland version was available when I bought my Gazelle tent a few years back. The “X” edition of T3 has a larger footprint than the regular T3 and is 7″ taller.
The author over at Girl Camper has a great writeup about her experience with the Gazelle T3 Hub Tent if you want to get another camper’s perspective.
Save yourself a lot of testing and timing trying to find the perfect tent and just give the Gazelle Hub Tents a solid shot. You’ll be impressed with how easy this tent is to setup.
View all the Gazelle Hub Tent options at Amazon.
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