When summers are here, then all we need camping to spend some quality time and enjoy the weather of summer. Any camping tent brings you with provides you shelter and protects you from sun heat and cold weather.
It is an obvious and important factor to start off with a tent which is too crowded leads to frustration. And, you may be disturbed by sleeping over or waking up by the next person in their sleeping bag. So, you want to camp alone.
Some things should be clear about a tent when you go for alone camping you think that is a tent big enough for you? Is it right for you? You think how big does it needs to be? Or what tent size do I need camping?
Size of A Tent You Need:
A good rule of thumb of a camping tent size is 20 to 25 square feet for a single person who can easily be sleeping in this square feet of tent. When you camp alone, then the twenty square feet floor size of a tent for you is big enough. But if you are hoping to use some air mattresses instead of sleeping bags or store some tools inside a tent, then you will need some more space in your tent.
Many experienced campers’ advice or suggest that 30 feet square is a big enough size of a tent with storage space for per-person. Even a 40 square feet floor size will be more good.
The width and length of a tent are also matters. If you are 6 feet tall, then you will need at least 7 feet space in sequence to stretch out, so you don’t jam against the sides of a tent. You will at least need two and a half feet of width for sleeping.
And if you think, that Can I stand up inside? So, as a rule, smaller the tent smaller, the head room you will have. If pack and weight size matters, then you have to compromise the standing room.
Once you get the ideal tent size for you according to your size, you will be more comfortable and enjoy the camping alone with your comfort tent.