CAMP 365 Child’s Indoor Privacy and Play Tent on Bed Sleep Cozy in Drafty Room Review

Eileen Martin
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You asked and we listened. Today we will review the CAMP 365 Child's Indoor Privacy and Play Tent on Bed Sleep Cozy in Drafty Room.

Read our full review below to learn if this is just the right thing for you.

Our rating: 9 / 10

Cost: $$$

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  • Can be used inside or outside
  • Lightweight and portable
  • Wide viewing window
  • Quick and easy to set up
  • Comes with an additional play mat
  • Perfect for home or dorm room, parties, sleepovers, etc.

This tent has heavy-duty steel ridged uprights and strong, zippered floor flaps which makes it suitable for sleep overs, with extra-large floor with a maximum 13-inch diameter.

It is big enough for a two-person use and the 60-inch top is height enough to reach the top bunk. For the price, it is a cheap tent that comes with a smart design, exceptional portability and sufficient space, especially for children.

The CAMP 365 Child's Indoor Privacy and Play Tent on Bed is very easy to set up. It comes with sturdy stakes. All of the uprights have a solid base with some rugged appearing steel so installation may require some force.

And speaking of force, it stands firm when set up and all of the ropes, rods, and tent rings are set up in such a way that it takes a bit of effort to get the tent into a completely straight position.

The half of the tent with the flap is covered with a mesh netting window. The mesh netting window lets the kids look out the window and then see the sky.

It has an extra-large floor that is about 13-inches wide. The floor is cloth where the kids can play, sleep, and enjoy their time in the tent. You can easily gain full use out of doorway attachment for free standing setup.

All the zippers appear to be well-made. The tent comes with 2 portable mesh bags for easy carrying.

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