When this says four person, I think it means five people and a dog. I went camping with my kids (all three of them) my dog (standard poodle - don't laugh), and my ex-husband (…
- Jackie, 06/23/10
Tent was super easy to set up and provided tons of room. First time using the tent we encountered a mid-afternoon thunderstorm that quickly turned into torrential downpours,…
- Jennifer, 07/21/12
You are probably not going to find a better deal than the Marmot limelight (trust me, I looked.) It is a high quality tent (as you would expect from Marmot) that fits two (sig…
- GEORGE, 09/16/12
This tent is DA BOMB. My boyfriend and I went to Red River Gorge to climb and stayed at Miguel's (I know that's not important, but its a great place to stay for climber, 2 buc…
- Cassandra, 06/10/14
This tent is huge! My husband is 6'2" and can stand up in it. It appears to be very well made. Have not tried it in the rain, but pretty confident it will do just fine. It has…
- Shannon, 04/25/14
Good tent. Poles are small oak trees so if you snap one of these, you're doing something wrong.
Footprint/tent floor isn't loud while moving around, definitely not the old…
- Stuart, 05/31/13
I love the size of the vestibules, interior height is great. it's easy to set up. Great for 2 people plus gear, or one person plus large dog. However, in a hard rain, the rai…
- dan, 10/05/13
Took this tent along on my 4-day to the UP of Michigan and it performed beautifully in cold, wet and windy conditions the first two nights. There wasn't a drop of water from a…
- James, 05/22/14
Ann Arbor, MI
I am so pleased that I bought this tent. It sets up quick (within about 10 minutes going it alone), the colors are gorgeous, and it has a great design. My husband and I are pl…
- EMILY, 03/11/09
Minneapolis, MN / Oulu, Finland
Strong doesn't begin to describe this tent. It's stronger than any other tent I've owned. A little on the heavy side but split between 3 it's pretty good.
Make sure you pu…
- Mark, 08/07/12
1. price: you earn a very good tent at a reasonable price.
2. wind resistance: epic wind resistance for this tent
3. tradition: this tent does not introduce great…
- Stefano, 05/03/11
Tuscany Mountains, Italy
This tent is by far the most durable and roomy 2 person tent I have ever used. The poles bend out to provide much more room to those inside, which is a nice feature when you h…
- Patrick, 12/06/10
This is a fair priced two person tent that's worth every penny. I have only spent 5 nights in this tent so far, it has been very good to me. Rained on me once me and my gear…
- Ben, 05/20/13
Had this in my pack on one of the Harriman trails
Easy for one person to set up
Mine came with a ground cover
Worked well in the rain
- Joseph, 09/13/13
I've had this tent for over 4 years now and it's still going strong. This tent has seen everything from car camping to being our mosquito net in Haiti and it's still in great…
- chris, 04/20/11
I found that this tent is actually pretty easy to setup and comes with all the nice features like a footprint and luggage storage. The Foot print is a great piece of equipmen…
- Chris, 02/15/12
You don't have to be tense anymore, I've got some tents that will fulfill your every outdoor camping need. Marmot Tents are all durable, flexible, and lightweight for multiple terrain and weather conditions that come in sizes for one, two, three, four, and six people. Or if you're like me and enjoy the feeling of living in a mansion-tent, the six person Marmot Tent is perfect if you're by yourself or a comrade.
With waterproof material and durable flooring, Marmot Tents can handle multiple terrains and weather conditions for years on end. The spacious design of multiple sized tents, sharing is better than ever, especially if your tent-mate isn't the most attractive or enjoyable person. I hope they are for your sake. If you aren't into sharing, the large vestibules come with their very own door!
The Marmot Tents are quick and simple to set up, so don't be worried when it starts to rain, you'll be safe and warm within minutes. Feeling less tense yet? See what I did there?