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We’ve reviewed a great many tents. Here you can find all the tents that are currently available. Tap here to view tent reviews for discontinued models, which you can often pick-up secondhand for a very good price.

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If you are on a tighter budget, only have one or two kids, and want to get away camping at the weekends, the Coleman Aspen 4 is well worth considering. While it might not have quite as many features as some other tents in the Coleman range, it does come with features not normally found in this price bracket, such as a 4000 mm hydrostatic head, no trip entrance, and a wind test rating of seven on the Beaufort Scale.
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£349.99
If you are on a tighter budget, only have one or two kids, and want to get away camping at the weekends, the Coleman Aspen 4 is well worth considering. It may not have all of the features of some more expensive tents in the Coleman range, but it still packs some features you don't normally see in this price bracket.
Value for Money
9.8
Features
8.5
Family Friendly
8.5
Quality
9.2
Practicality
8.7
PROS:
  • Lay-flat no-trip groundsheet at the large tent door so you don't trip going into the tent.
  • 4000 mm hydrostatic head. Most tents in this price bracket only have 3000mm.
  • Small shelter on the front of the tent makes it easier to get in and out of the tent if the weather isn't as good.
  • Darkened bedrooms for a better night's sleep.
CONS:
  • Ideal for weekend camping. If you want to stay longer, such as several nights for a family holiday, we recommend looking at the slightly larger Coleman Aspen 4L.
  • If you want features like mesh to keep the bugs out, look at the Coleman Meadowood 4.
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We think the Coleman Meadowood 4 Air tent is a great choice for a family with 1 or 2 kids who want a simple tent to pitch for weekend camping.
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£662.33
This is a great tent with lots of features. It's lightweight and simple to pitch. The size makes it ideal for a few nights camping at weekends. For longer stays, we recommend looking at the Coleman Meadowood 4L, which gives you a bit more space.
Value for Money
9.4
Features
9.2
Family Friendly
9
Quality
9.3
Practicality
9.2
PROS:
  • Easy to pitch, inflatable tent.
  • BlackOut bedrooms for a better night's sleep.
  • No Trip Entrance.
  • Flexible choice for cable entry.
CONS:
  • None. Though if you want a tent for a family camping holiday where you are staying a handful of nights or more, consider the slightly larger Coleman Meadowood 4L tent.
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The Vango Valencia II Air 450 Tent is a great choice for a family with one or two children.
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£749.99
The Vango Valencia II Air 450 Tent is a great tent for families with one or two kids. Ideal for family camping holidays and not too big for weekend camping either.
Value for Money
9.4
Features
9.2
Family Friendly
9.4
Quality
9
Practicality
8.9
PROS:
  • Great living space with inner living area and porch.
  • Additional storage space behind the bedrooms.
  • Darkened bedrooms.
  • Rain-safe entry on all doors.
  • Not too heavy for an inflatable tent.
  • No-trip entrance at the main door.
CONS:
  • None found.
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The Coleman Castle Pines 4L Blackout is an excellent tent for a family with one or two children.
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£549.99
We think the Coleman Castle Pines 4L is an excellent tent for family camping if you have one or two kids.
Value for Money
9.4
Features
9.3
Family Friendly
9.4
Quality
9.4
Practicality
9.2
PROS:
  • A great layout for family camping.
  • Good sized living space, ideal for family camping holidays.
  • Built-in porch - a big bonus.
  • Zip-up Blinds.
  • Darkened Bedrooms.
  • Flexible cable entry points.
  • No-trip entrance.
  • Bug mesh on all the doors.
  • Great hydrostatic head.
  • Lots of features throughout this tent!
  • Not heavy or bulky to transport or pitch.
  • The price is exceptionally good for a tent with all these features.
CONS:
  • None found!
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The Coleman Meadowood 4L BlackOut is a great family tent, with plenty of living space and lots of features. Ideal for a family with one or two kids.
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£495.00
Value for Money
9.4
Features
9.2
Family Friendly
9.3
Quality
9.2
Practicality
9.1
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The Coleman Castle Pines 4 Blackout is a great family tent for weekend camping. Ideal for a family with one or two smaller kids.
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£129.99
The Coleman Castle Pines 4 BlackOut is packed with features and comes in a bag that's easy to store, easy to transport, and easy to pitch. We recommend this is an ideal tent for weekend camping for a family with one or two kids.
Value for Money
9.9
Features
9.2
Family Friendly
9.1
Quality
9.4
Practicality
9.1
PROS:
  • Packed full of features (See the Specification)
  • Darkened Bedrooms
  • Lay-flat Entrance
  • Zip-up blinds
  • Good tent material with SPF50 to help keep UV off you and your family
CONS:
  • None found so far.
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The Coleman WeatherMaster 4 Air is an ideal tent for a family of 3 or 4 with smaller children, who want to turn weekends into family camping adventures.
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£689.99
The Coleman Weathermaster 3 Air BlackOut is a great family tent for taking the kids away on a weekend adventure.
Value for Money
9.4
Features
9.3
Family Friendly
9.1
Quality
9.4
Practicality
9.2
PROS:
  • Good family layout.
  • Darkened bedrooms for a better night's sleep.
  • Zip-up blinds.
  • Lay-flat no-trip entrance.
  • Easy pitching inflatable tent.
  • 6000 mm hydrostatic head.
CONS:
  • If you want a slightly larger porch (which is very practical in our opinion) have a look at the similar tents in the range.
  • If your budget can't stretch to this tent, have a look at the Coleman Castle Pines 4 BlackOut tent, which as a similar layout but isn't inflatable.
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The Outwell Parkdale 4PA is a great smaller family tent, and a good size to throw in the back of your car for a last-minute weekend camp. Although this tent is smaller than the many larger Outwell tents, it doesn't skimp on features.
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£839.99
Value for Money
9.4
Features
9.2
Family Friendly
9.1
Quality
9.4
Practicality
9
PROS:
  • Not too big and easy to throw in the back of your car for a last-minute weekend camp.
  • Inflatable for easy pitching.
  • Darkened, deeper bedrooms.
  • Quick and Quiet bedroom doors.
  • HookTrack System.
  • Multiple zones: wet-dry porch area, living area, and sleeping area.
  • Bug mesh.
CONS:
  • If you are planning on longer camping holidays, perhaps look for a slightly bigger model.
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The Coleman Weathermaster 4XL is a great family tent. Ideal for smaller families or weekend camping.
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£899.99
Value for Money
9.4
Features
9.6
Family Friendly
9.6
Quality
9.4
Practicality
9.3
PROS:
  • A good size tent but not too big, making it ideal for a last-minute weekend camp.
  • Good features like lie-flat groundsheet at the entrance and black-out bedrooms.
  • Comes with a built-in porch and rain-safe side entrance.
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