When you go camping, you may be wondering what to expect at the campsite. A surplus tent is perfect for this type of setting because it can provide shelter from the weather and from other campers. Here's a look at what to expect when using a surplus tent: 

Supernumerary Tents  are typically made of sturdy fabric and have metal stakes that help hold them in place.

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– These tents are not as large as traditional camping tents, but they are typically more than big enough for one person.

– Some surplus tents come with an attached groundsheet that can be used to cover the sleeping area.

– Many surplus tents also include awnings or curtains that can be used to protect against the sun or rain.

Types of Campsites

Types of campsites include: 

-Backpacking campsites are primitive, often in national forests and other public lands, and can be quite rugged. They offer great opportunities for experiencing nature, but can be more difficult to get to and may have less amenities than more developed campgrounds.

-Campsite resorts offer more amenities (e.g., toilets, showers, picnic tables) and tend to be located near major attractions and businesses. Some may require a reservation, while others are first come, first served.

-National parks typically prohibit camping outside designated areas, but many have extensive backcountry areas that are open to camping. Campsites in national parks can be quite expensive, but they often offer excellent views and are popular with hikers and backpackers.

-Resorts are usually associated with a specific activity (e.g., fishing, golfing), offer more amenities than backcountry campsites and can be quite pricey.