Tranquility Tent: 6-Person 3-Season by Therm-a-Rest
Give you and your family some serious peace of mind on your next camping trip with the Therm-a-Rest Tranquility 6 Tent. One of Therm-a-Rest's most versatile car-camping tents, the Tranquility brings your whole group a spacious, durable, and well-designed shelter to truly take in the great outdoors with in luxury. If you find a camping site with little daylight to spare after driving all afternoon, count on the 5-hub pole structure, integrated vestibules, and free-standing design to get you up and running in no time, even if it's a one-person job. Two doors and vestibules provide easy entry and exit for the kids to run through without potentially bringing the whole tent crashing to the ground, while integrated mud mats protect the tent and utility loops hang their wet clothes when they get too close to that nearby creek. The intuitive rainfly design lets you switch from late-night stargazing to full-on coverage mode when the dark and stormy clouds roll in. And if you realize you're set up right next to a potentially dangerous bee's nest, its free-standing design allows you to move the tent without hassle.
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