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3-4 Person Tents

Take a look at our range of 4 man tents, ideal for camping with 2 people.

We suggest a 4 man take if there are only 2 people to give yourselves room extra room for your luggage. These tents will definitely make your stay a lot more comfortable.

We sell tents from a variety of camping brands including Outwell, Zempire ,Robens and Easy Camp. Look out for tents with a porch. This is such a handy space to leave your wellies and to set up an outdoor table and chairs set. Also take a look at our 3-4 Person Tentsranges too for quick and easy pitching time.

FINDING THE RIGHT 4 MAN TENT FOR YOU.

Choosing the right tent for your outdoor adventures is a crucial decision that can significantly impact the overall enjoyment and success of your camping experience. Whether you are after a less expensive start up or a more high spec luxury camping experience you will find every style of 4 man tent here. Not sure if you want poled or an air tent? We have all the answers.

For ease check out some of our biggest tent categories below. Find the right tent can be daunting but we hope you find what you are looking for and if you need any extra help please use our live chat to talk to one of our camping experts.

How big is a 4 man tent?

The size of a 4-man tent can vary depending on the manufacturer and the specific design of the tent. Generally, a 4-man tent is designed to comfortably accommodate four average-sized adults for sleeping purposes. However, it's important to keep in mind that the actual dimensions and layout of the tent can vary.

A typical 4-man tent might have dimensions around 8 feet by 8 feet (2.4 meters by 2.4 meters) for the floor area, with a peak height of around 5 to 6 feet (1.5 to 1.8 meters). These dimensions provide enough space for four sleeping pads or air mattresses, with some extra room for gear storage.

It's worth noting that the capacity listed by manufacturers is often based on the assumption that occupants will be using sleeping pads or mattresses without additional gear storage space. If you plan to store a lot of gear inside the tent along with four people, you may find that a larger tent is more comfortable.

When selecting a tent, it's also important to consider factors like the tent's shape, peak height, and layout to ensure it meets your specific needs and preferences for camping comfort.

How to fold up a 4 man tent?

Folding up a 4-man tent can seem daunting at first, but with a bit of practice and following these steps, you'll be able to do it efficiently:

Clear the tent: Remove any stakes, guy lines, and other accessories from the tent and its surroundings.

Collapse the tent poles: Start by collapsing the tent poles. Most tents have shock-corded poles that fold up accordion-style. Release the tension by gently pulling the poles apart, then collapse each section of the poles together. Follow the manufacturer's instructions if there's a specific way to fold the poles.

Flatten the tent: Lay the tent flat on the ground, ensuring that all doors and windows are zipped closed. Smooth out any wrinkles or folds in the fabric.

Fold the tent in half: Fold one side of the tent over the other, roughly halving the size of the tent. Make sure the edges line up as neatly as possible.

Fold in thirds: Fold the bottom of the tent up towards the top, roughly in thirds. This will depend on the specific dimensions of your tent, but aim to create a long, narrow rectangle.

Roll or fold: Depending on personal preference and the size of your tent bag, you can either roll the tent tightly from one end to the other or fold it in half again before rolling. Rolling tends to be more compact, while folding may be quicker.

Pack it away: Once rolled or folded, place the tent into its storage bag. If the bag has compression straps, use them to cinch down the size of the bundle for easier packing.

Repeat for rainfly and footprint: If your tent has a separate rainfly and footprint, fold or roll them up separately following similar steps.

Remember, practice makes perfect. It may take a few tries to get the hang of folding up your tent neatly, but with time, you'll become a pro at it!