Camping means different things to different people. Some may look at it as roughing it out in the woods without any camping supplies whatsoever. Finding food to eat, fishing and making your own little place of shelter is very challenging and exciting for some people. And then there are those people who think of camping as loading up the RV with supplies which also includes all the comforts of home. These vehicles are equipped with a fridge, satellite TV, a bathroom and little kitchen.
In between these two choices is something called trailer tent camping. The tents can also be called pop up tents and are small enough to be pulled behind a car or truck. These tents quickly pop up to create the tent space. People wanting to camp economically and do not fancy sleeping on the floor inside a tent will find a trailer tent the best option.
The 4 man tent is ideal for a large family on a camping trip whose intention is to camp rustically. If space allows for storage, get yourself a tent that is larger than what you actually need. A tent made for 2 people will only fit as many and may feel a little congested. Unless on a backpacking trip where weight and space is an issue, a larger tent will be so much more welcomed for its bigger space.
For families, single sleeping bags feel uncomfortable and cramped. During the warmer months, using a Coleman double sleeping bag is much more comfortable. Couples will find this option quite enjoyable enabling them to cuddle together.
Camping should be a fun experience and not viewed as a chore and troublesome. Whether you are the type who prefers the comforts of an RV or one who prefers sleeping under the stars, what is most important is to enjoy what you do and make the most of your trip.