Our tents either come with an included separate groundcloth or a bottom that doesn't require a tarp. The tent's rainfly also directs water away from your tent, so unless you're setting up shop in an inch of standing water, a full-on tarp usually isn't necessary (and if it's bigger than the rainfly, a tarp can actually funnel outside water underneath your tent bottom.
Articles in this section
- Do you have gear for dogs?
- Do you have any GPS systems for rent?
- How can I keep important electronics charged?
- There's moisture in my tent! It's leaking!
- Do you tents have a rainfly?
- Do your tents come with a tarp?
- Do you have youth camping gear?
- What do I need for camping in bear country?
- Do the HIKE+CAMP KITs include everything I need?
- Do you have food for camping and backpacking?