Reddit Reddit reviews Coleman Camping Tent | 4 Person Sundome Dome Tent, Green

We found 24 Reddit comments about Coleman Camping Tent | 4 Person Sundome Dome Tent, Green. Here are the top ones, ranked by their Reddit score.

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Coleman Camping Tent | 4 Person Sundome Dome Tent, Green
WEATHERPROOF: Welded corners and inverted seams keep water from getting in; included rainfly offers extra weather protectionWIND AND RAIN TESTED: Strong frame withstands 35+ mph windsGREAT VENTILATION: Large windows and ground vent for enhanced airflowSTAY CONNECTED: E-Port makes it easy to bring electrical power insideEASY SETUP: In 10 minutesROOMY INTERIOR: 9 x 7 ft. with 4 ft. 11 in. center height; fits 1 queen-size air bed1-YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY
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24 Reddit comments about Coleman Camping Tent | 4 Person Sundome Dome Tent, Green:

u/davidigital · 14 pointsr/Coachella

Things I've bought on Amazon and highly recommend:

u/cwcoleman · 5 pointsr/CampingGear

I would recommend more than a 1-man tent if you plan to live in it for an extended time.

What is your budget?
You can get a cheap tent from Amazon for $50. like this:

u/pheoxs · 4 pointsr/festivals

So basically you want to look for backpacking equipment. REI (US) / MEC (Canada) are really good starts but are on the pricey side. Mountain warehouse is really cheap and decent.

You want a basic 4 person dome tent like this:

Get a small thin air mattress like this. Skip the pump, you can either blow it up with your mouth (as a backup, takes 5 min) or just ask people around you and chances are someone will lend you a pump

Bring a minimal sleeping bag, it'll be warmer than a blanket:

For a pillow you can actually just stuff some of your clothes or a hoodie into the sleeping bag case and then use that as pillow. Maybe bring a pillow case so its softer against your face.

Thats about it, I usually skip the cooler and just accept I'll spent more $ on food that weekend but you can pickup a lot of food that doesn't need to stay cold. Pop tarts, nuts, PB&J sandwiches, fruits, etc can all be picked up when you land and get you through the weekend.

I usually skip the chair, just bring a nice little blanket and sit on the ground (though if its gonna rain thats not so much of an option)

u/amesaroni · 3 pointsr/paradisofestival

Coleman Sundome 4-Person Tent, Green this one is super roomy and durable, me and a friend share a 4 person which is only like $50 and its suped roomy and nice for such a cheap price

u/aedinius · 2 pointsr/TXRenaissanceFestival

Camping gear does have a startup cost. Basics are: tent, sleeping bag, and something to put under the sleeping bag. The under and sleeping bag can obviously be substituted somewhat: sleeping bag or blankets/quilts, air mattress or cots, etc. A decent tent will cost at least $50. $69, 4 person, good for two+stuff. A good sleeping bag is $20-$80. $30, 0F rated. Cots can vary, if you can find them cheaper, it's worth it. $30. MILSURP is good for cots, they're incredibly simple and very much worthwhile. Most of this stuff will last for a while, especially if well taken care of.

u/BlueKnight8907 · 2 pointsr/soccer

Use Camel Camel Camel. It's a website that will notify you when the price of the product you are looking for has a price drop.

All you have to do is enter the URL of the exact product you want and enter the price you want it to drop to and your email so you can be notified. Great thing is, they don't spam you with junk emails in between the notifications!

Polo and Izod shirst are pretty cheap, I got a couple for work at about $17, they are usually about $40. I

This is something you don't need, but they are super fun to throw around the office. A shitload of styrofoam planes for less than 10 bucks!

This tent, I actually got it for $48 when I bought it.

u/johbeewahn · 2 pointsr/lockn

This is the tent you should get.

Coleman Sundome 4-Person Tent, Green

You can get it at any target. $60.

Anyone who went last year will tell you about the TORRENTIAL rain. This little workhorse kept me bone dry. Worth shipping home once your done.

u/Kovoo · 2 pointsr/camping

Thank you! Any particular pad you'd recommend for a tenth? We bought this one after the advice we got here

u/Lftshrk · 2 pointsr/ElectricForest

This is the perfect tent for you, I promise. I have been using this tent for years and it has been to four festivals with me. The 4 person size is ideal for sleeping 2 people actually, and is still only $68. It is super easy to assemble, and super easy to pack up. It has a durable bottom and has survived multiple rainstorms, although I always suggest spraying tents down with a sealant as an extra layer. Seriously, I can't recommend this tent enough especially for your first purchase. Happy camping!

u/hargenshnargen · 2 pointsr/CampingGear

If you're really just wanting a tent for easy car camping, go with a Coleman Sun Dome 4 Person from Amazon. $65 bucks for the green model. I have this exact tent and bought it for this exact reason.

Took it to burning man twice, held up great. Took it to a car camp in the Sequoias, hailed on us hard, no rain leakage at all. Road tripped in September with it--Yosemite, Grand Canyon, Glacier, Mt Hood--worked great in every scenario.

Sets up quick and plenty durable. Only real issue is the weight, but that shouldn't be a problem for you. I'm pretty sure a queen blow up can fit inside.

u/Hart2375 · 2 pointsr/festivals

FUCK YES to making festivals a larger part of your life. One of the best decisions I’ve ever made :) I don’t know about the best shoes for dancing, but I always wear Vans to shows and festivals and I’ve never had an issue with my feet hurting. I think they’re a great option :) As for things to take the night of or after partying I would recommend a multivitamin, tylenol and a smoothie. The best thing you can really do to help yourself out is to eat lots of fruits and veggies in the days leading up to an event (or all the time!). Also constantly drinking water. I’ve tried a lot of extra supplements and misc. vitamins but they all are kinda extra and not needed to me. Also I constantly eating Cliff bars at festivals even when I’m not hungry. I feel better usually when I really really load up on calories. Healthier ones though!

Just bought this air mattress this year so haven’t tested it longterm, only used it for one festival so far. It stayed inflated well for the first 2 days and then we just topped it off with some more air for the remaining days and it worked great for us. Super comfy and it’s nice being higher off the ground. We put the air mattress in the tent before we inflate it, way easier. No air pump needed we use a car plug adapter and an extension cord. Its super easy to run your car for 5 minutes to inflate it. Make sure you pay attention to the number of prongs on your plug so you don’t buy the wrong adapter or extension cord too! For camping without a car nearby this method won’t work obviously but we always have the car by us.

My boyfriend and I purchased this tent 2 years ago and its made it though a decent amount of festivals. No signs of wear or damage. I know you mentioned a black out tent. I’m assuming to help sleep once the suns up? The heat usually gets me out of the tent before the light, it gets so unbearably hot once the suns up. You said you’re not new at this though so I’m sure you already knew that! :)

For staying cool I would recommend a cooling towel. Get it wet in your cooler ice water and it’s great to keep around your neck. Also small hand fans are a GAME CHANGER for guys and girls. It’s shocking how much they help honestly. Sitting with your feet in a small pool, bucket, or cooler when you’re hanging out at the campsite is super nice too. Just fill with water and some ice cubes and it really helps cool your body down!

Hope this info helped you out!

u/BunsenBurnerButt · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

a tent would make springtime more enjoyable by letting you sleep outside in the nice cool spring air.

my favorite part of spring is the smells of the new flowers and budding trees

u/ansiz · 2 pointsr/CampingGear

For the mattress, hard to beat this price - Intex Inflatable Fabric Camping Mattress with Built-In Pillow, 72.5" x 26.5" x 6.75"

I've used them and they are quite comfortable. And only $8!

For the tent - $60

Technically only a 4 person but 9x7 is pretty roomy for just four.

For the sleeping bags - All Season Mummy Sleeping Bag [87x32in] - Comfort Temperature Range of 32-60°F. Constructed with a Ripstop Waterproof Shell, Woven Polyester Liner & High-Loft Fill. Comfortably Fits Most up to 6'6. $42

u/theone1800 · 1 pointr/ElectricForest

Depending on who you're gonna be sleeping with and whether or not you feel like cuddling with them, a hard and fast rule is whatever the tent says it sleeps on the package, half that number is the ideal.

My Coleman tent made for 4 slept 2 comfortably. Had room for an air mattress and our duffles. Caught it crazy cheap on Amazon by using CamelCamelCamel

u/johnfoof · 1 pointr/okeechobeemusicfest

If you're not trying to sleep too many people

Is a good tent for the price. Make sure you have a cooler and some solar chargers too. Gum, gold bond, baby wipes, comfortable shoes are all a must.

u/Tornainb0w · 1 pointr/camping

Thanks so much for your advice! I will check out REI. One of my friends mentioned Coleman and I found the Coleman Sundome 4 on amazon for fairly cheap. Would something like this Coleman be enough? Or should I just bite the bullet and get an REI half dome 4 that grantizzle suggested?

u/TheBest1233 · 1 pointr/CampingGear

Trust me when I say you don't want to cheep out on your tent, I learned it the hard way haha.
But if you are looking for a new tent I recently bought this one and I'm pretty happy with it.
I took it for a spin last week and I can say that it's very roomy and it stayed dry and warm even though it was raining all weekend.

u/Rando_Thoughtful · 1 pointr/CampingGear
u/WhiteMountainsMan · 1 pointr/CampingGear


I like this stove, if you are car camping, as you can use gasoline and don't need to carry around propane tanks.


As others said, leverage the REI beginner packs such as:





Is a fantastic starter tent.


As others said, totes are your friend. Remember to bring TP and sanitizer. Water storage is useful too


Do some research on fire starting to save yourself some headaches. Try to save up some newspaper or packing paper to make your lives easier.


Good luck and have fun. Sounds like an amazing trip!

u/astinkytoilet · 1 pointr/bonnaroo

Has anyone had any experience with this tent? Price looks reasonable but Ive never gone camping before so dont really know what to look for.