Have you thought about Girl Camping, but a trailer either isn’t in your budget, you just don’t want to tow, or you don’t have a vehicle big enough to tow a camper? Well, here’s a great alternative if you have even a small SUV – Consider getting an SUV tent. There are a number of car camping tents available, but I thought this one looked great and is affordable without a lot of extra work to set up.
– Designed to keep you warm, safe and dry while camping
– Made from the highest quality materials
– Universal vehicle sleeve to fit all mid to full-size SUV’s, CUV’s, and minivans
– Over 2 feet of awning coverage
– Mesh screen door for uninterrupted, bug-free views
– Built-in storm flap for superior weather protection and privacy
From SUV to Home Away From Home
With this first-rate Napier tent you cant easily transform your vehicle into a perfect home while being surrounded by Mother Nature. Equipped with everything you need for an unforgettable camping experience, this product allows you to head deep into the great outdoors without the worry of getting caught in the middle of a flash storm. To deliver the ultimate in convenience and functionality, it comes with a mesh screen door and built-in storm flap. Moreover, this tent provides over 2 feet of awning coverage giving the ultimate shelter from the the sun. This Napier tent has a universal vehicle sleeve that seamlessly fits all mid to full-size SUV’s, CUV’s, and minivans creating extra shade and comfort. Plus, this convenient tent is not only extremely simple to set up, it also folds away in mere moments and can be easily transported during travels.
According to their website: “Since 1990, Napier® has been changing the way people view camping by reshaping and merging the automotive and camping industries together. Observing a need for convenience and flexibility in outdoor adventures and the demand for exciting accessories in the automotive industry, Napier developed Vehicle Camping Tents.”
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This recommendation brought to you by the West Virginia Girl Camper Chapter