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  • Rooibos/Shale
Big Agnes Bunk House 6 Tent


WAS: $699.99*

  • Orange
MSR Remote 3 Tent


WAS: $959.95*

  • Red
Big Agnes Shield 2 Person Tent


WAS: $699.95*

  • Gray
Big Agnes Three Wire Mesh Bivy


WAS: $199.95*

  • Rust/Rust
  • Teal/Teal
  • Blue
  • BLUE 2
  • Blue/Blue
  • Rust
Quest Switchback 8-Person Cross Vent Dome Tent

$89.99 - $119.99

WAS: $119.99 - $199.99*

  • Foliage/Dark Azure
Marmot Tungsten 4 Person Tent


WAS: $399.00*

  • Malachite/Midnight Navy
Kelty Rumpus 6-Person Tent


WAS: $324.99*

  • Gray
MSR Elixir 1 Backpacking Tent


WAS: $269.99*

  • Foliage/Dark Azure
Marmot Tungsten 3 Person Tent


WAS: $299.99*

  • Malachite/Midnight Navy
Kelty Rumpus 4-Person Tent


WAS: $234.99*

  • Olive
Big Agnes Wyoming Trail 2 Tent


WAS: $649.99*

    Kelty Grand Mesa 2 Person Tent


    WAS: $149.99*


    Find the Right Tent for Your Needs at Moosejaw

    The great outdoors inspires awe and grabs attention, but sometimes, you need to sleep! Choose from among the top quality tents at Public Lands to make sure your slumber is peaceful.

    Before you pick your tent, here are a few factors to keep in mind.

    Backpacking vs. Camping

    Though backpacking tents and camping tents ultimately serve the same purpose — shelter — they have some serious differences. Backpacking tents have to be lightweight so that adventurers can carry them all day long. On the other hand, camping tents can weigh more because people generally don't move them far.


    How many people do you want to fit in your tent? If it's just you, you've got a lot of options.

    To accommodate multiple people, you'll need something large. At Public Lands, you can find tents that sleep anywhere from one to eight people.


    Many tents are appropriate for a season or two. Some are only good during the summer months, but others can help you stay cozy in the winter. Most tents, however, are suitable for three seasons: spring, summer, and autumn.


    You don't need to stake freestanding tents to the ground. They're great for camping on sand or any other soft surface.

    Dual-entry tents are helpful if you'll have more than one person using the tent. Ultralight tents are perfect for hiking and backpacking, but they're not great during the winter. For extra convenience, you can order your tent with a footprint included.

    Before you head out on your next camping trip with your new tent, check out the range of tent accessories you need to be fully prepared.