You never know when you might need to bug out and leave your home behind in order to preserve the safety of your family in an emergency situation. When that time comes – the main thing you need to have in your bug-out gear is a good, sturdy tent. Be sure to choose a tent that is appropriate for your family size and the geographical region where you live .

Don’t wait until it’s too late – protect yourself now by purchasing a quality shelter you can use in a worst case scenario.

1. Swiss Gear Montreaux Ten Person Family Dome Tent (Sage/Light Grey/Orange)Ten Popular Survival Tents

Ten Popular Survival Tents

2. Eureka! Copper Canyon 1312 Eight-Person 13-Foot by 12-Foot Family TentTen Popular Survival Tents

Ten Popular Survival Tents

3. Coleman WeatherMaster Screened 6 TentTen Popular Survival Tents

Ten Popular Survival Tents

4. Columbia Cougar Flats II 15-Foot by 10-Foot 8 Person 2 Room Family Cabin Dome TentTen Popular Survival Tents

Ten Popular Survival Tents

5. Eureka Apex 2XT Adventure 7′ 5Ten Popular Survival Tents

Ten Popular Survival Tents

6. Coleman SunDome 7-Foot by 7-Foot 3-Person Dome Tent (Orange/Gray)Ten Popular Survival Tents

Ten Popular Survival Tents

7. Eureka Solo Backcountry 1 TentTen Popular Survival Tents

Ten Popular Survival Tents

8. Kelty Grand Mesa 2-Person Tent (Ruby/Tan)Ten Popular Survival Tents

Ten Popular Survival Tents

9. Wind Ridge Instant TentTen Popular Survival Tents

Ten Popular Survival Tents

10. Eureka Solitaire Tent 1-Person 3-SeasonTen Popular Survival Tents

Ten Popular Survival Tents

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5 Responses

  1. JC in AZ

    This list should be broken down into sub-categories such as 1-person, 2-person, family, light weight, or environmental conditions. There are just too many tents out there to lump them all together in a general order of popularity. It would make for a great series of articles I think.

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  2. Jason

    If you camp anywhere north of Oklahoma city at some point you will need a stove in your tent. Just saying from 20 years of guide service all over America.

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