Greatland Tents

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Greatland Tents


Greatland 4 6 Person Dome Tent 10 x 8 Camping Hunting Fishing Travel Leisure
Greatland 4 6 Person Dome Tent 10 x 8 Camping Hunting Fishing Travel Leisure
$36.00 (9 Bids)
Time Remaining: 3d 26m

GREATLAND OUTDOORS DOME TENT 9 ft X 9 ft NIB SLEEPS 4
GREATLAND OUTDOORS DOME TENT 9 ft X 9 ft NIB SLEEPS 4
$51.99
Time Remaining: 29d 16h 40m
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great land outdoors juinor dome tent
great land outdoors juinor dome tent
$35.99
Time Remaining: 18d 22h 5m
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GREATLAND 2 PERSON DOME TENT
GREATLAND 2 Person Dome Tent
$35.00
Time Remaining: 27d 2h 6m
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Greatland Outdoors 3 Person 9ftx7ft Beige  Blue Backpacking Tent
Greatland Outdoors 3 Person 9ftx7ft Beige Blue Backpacking Tent
$19.99
Time Remaining: 4d 12h 16m
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GREATLAND 2 3 PERSON BACKPACKING TENT
GREATLAND 2 3 PERSON BACKPACKING TENT
$31.45
Time Remaining: 23d 16h 53m
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Greatland Backpacking Tent
Greatland Backpacking Tent
$75.00
Time Remaining: 2d 2h 42m
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What is a good Cheap Tent brand? Greatland,Ozark Trail or Field and stream?

Looking to buy a big enough tent for a family of 5. I don't want to spend to much money because I am not sure if I will even like camping.So I will like to buy a store brand. I am not sure what kmarts brand is. Anyway out of the brands I listed above our any of them good?

All very good advice above. I will give my two-cents worth. I have two, four-man (9'x7') Ozark Trail tents from Wal-Mart. For a family camping trip, these work great, they are easy to set up, pretty good bang for the buck and over-all have been pretty good tents that have lasted several years and are still holding up. Would I climb Everest or go on an extended backpacking or climbing trip with them, absolutely NOT! I have a quality, one-man backpacking tent for my more serious backpacking trips that I bought from REI. As somebody else said, a tent for the kids and a tent for you guys is the way to go, it's what I do. Two smaller tents are cheaper than one Large Tent and two small tents are easier to set up than one large tent. I tend to be very organized when I camp. My wife and kids scatter their "crap" all over the tent. Having two tents helps this a lot. The other plus to this is if something happens to one of the tents, it gets a tear, catches on fire, whatever, you have a back-up. Everybody has opinions based upon personal experience, and this is my personal experience. I hope your family develops a love of camping and the outdoors, it's a fantastic family experience.

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