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This backyard tipi is great for kids who won’t venture too far from the main house. While it may not fully protect its occupants from wet weather, it comes with a decoration kit that allows its owner to create a near authentic scale replica of a Native American wigwam. Plus “heavy duty 10.10 oz. per square yard canvas is used throughout the tipi. It is made of a durable, water repellent, mildew resistant and flame retardant fabric.”
$275 at ReForm School
The futuristic, odd looking, part-hammock/part-tent, Tentsile Stingray, is a great portable structure for brave older kids. Imagine a tree house you can easily transport to various arboreal locations. “It’s elevated position provides separation from cold and lumpy ground as well as offering increased protection from insects, snakes and large predators.” Thank goodness!
£899 at Tentsile
Heimplanet’s Wedge is an inflatable two-person tent that is easy to haul around and set-up. It weighs only 7 lbs and pitches in a patented roll out and inflate method. “The result is a comfortable geodesic 2 person tent that offers a lot of space and surprises with its easy handling and great stability.”
€449.00 at Heimplanet
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