10 Person Tents

10-person tents are some of the largest tents on the market. These tents make for great camp kitchens at large expedition basecamps, and are perfect for family reunions, backyard birthday parties, larger group road trips, barbecues, and other casual camping settings where you’ll need a large sleeping area.

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What size tent should I get for 10 people?

For 10 campers, you’ll definitely want a 10-person tent, at minimum. If you’ll also be camping with pets, need extra space for rambunctious small children, or are packing extra gear (like snowshoes, climbing gear, inflatable kayaks, hunting equipment, or other camping accessories), then you’ll likely need a tent larger than a 10-person, such as a 12-person tent model. Our Outbound 12-Person 3-Season Lightweight Dome Tent is a great larger option. You can also consider breaking up your travel group and gear into multiple smaller tents, like two 5-person tents or even five 2-person tents, like our bestselling Pinnacle 2-Person 4-Season Tent. The configurations are endless; you’ll surely find the right grouping of tents and basecamp footprint to meet your adventuring needs.

How heavy is a 10-person tent?

Most 10-person tents will be noticeably heavier, since they have to provide sleeping room for nearly a dozen people. Many 10-person tents can weigh upwards of 30 pounds. Our ​​Outbound 10-Person 3-Season Instant Pop-Up Cabin Tent, however, only weighs 25 pounds, and features 140 square feet of floor space, with a 6’4” interior peak height. Case in point: not all 10-person tents have to be extraordinarily heavy!

What is the best 10-person tent?

Our favorite 10-person tent is the ​​Outbound 10-Person 3-Season Instant Pop-Up Cabin Tent. This 10-person instant tent includes our fiberglass "Easy-Up" frame technology system that saves you time and lets you set up camp faster, coupled with five interior built-in zipper windows with a mesh see-through roof for excellent ventilation, airflow, and stargazing. Meanwhile, the heavy-duty 600 mm coated rainfly,  the welded leakproof seams, and polyester bathtub floor, are built to keep water out.