The Tentsile Connect Tree Tent Provides More Aboveground Space

By: Meghan Young - Published: May 28, 2014 • References: tentsile & swipelife
Camping season is finally here and that might mean updating one's outdoor gear for a summer of relaxing adventures; the Tentsile Connect Tree Tent is a perfect alternative to traditional shelters. Similar to its Stingray predecessor, it is hung high up on trees like a hybrid between a treehouse and a tent. Yet what sets this design apart is its added communal area that grants campers more space aboveground.

Secured to three trees, the Tentsile Connect Tree Tent is essentially made up of two sheltered spaces and one unsheltered space that could be likened to a couple of hammocks. In addition to being more comfortable, it ensures people are free from moisture that gathers on the ground as well as creepy outdoor creatures. Stats for Communal Treehouse Tents Trending: Older & Popular
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