A way to attach a tent to the poles.
A means of removing body moisture to prevent condensation buildup inside your tent.
A tent floor made from one piece of material, which continues up the walls about six inches before being sewn to the walls.
A custom sized ground cloth for your tent.
The ability to resist, but not completely repel, water.
The ability to completely repel water.
A covered area outside a tent door. Vestibules are usually found on backpacking tents and are used to store wet clothes or extra gear.
Metal or plastic stakes used to anchor tents to the ground.
Aluminum or fiberglass poles that are used to erect tents.
A sleeping bag term that means you can expect to stay warm in it down to this temperature.
Waterproof canvas or laminated material.
Erect a screen room or tarp so that you can get out of the hot sun.
A place where kids go to enjoy supervised recreation.
A cloth or nylon bag used to carry a tent or other piece of camping gear.
A tool used to remove tent stakes from the ground.
An insulating cushion used beneath a sleeping bag.
A roll-up bed used for camping that is made of various insulating materials.
A tent without a fly and walls made of non-breathable materials.
Tent poles that come in sections and are held together by an elastic cord that runs the length of the pole.
Seam sealer is used to waterproof the threads of a tent.
An outdoor structure made of tent material and noseeum screening that provides shade relief from the sun and refuge from bugs.
A campfire treat made by placing a piece of chocolate and a roasted marshmallow between two graham crackers.
A fray-proof material used in tent walls.
A corner assembly used on tents where long pins are permanently sewn to the corners of a tent, which are then inserted into the hollow ends of tent poles.
A vehicle used for traveling, camping, and recreation.