If you’re in a hurry, our research found that the new REI Wonderland 6 is the best 6 person tent at this time.
Choosing a tent is a big decision, especially when you want to buy a large six-person tent. These tents are a big upgrade from the smaller two and four-person tents, which are mostly used for backpacking.
So whether you want to take your whole family on a camping trip, or you want to have a big adventure with all your friends, choosing the right tent is one of the most important camping decisions you can make.
Read on to find out what our top picks are, see the 6-Person Tent Overall Scores and to learn what you should look for when buying one of these tents.
Best 6 Person Tent: Our Top Picks
- Best Overall 6 Person Tent: REI Co-op Wonderland 6
- Best Budget 6 Person Tent:Coleman Weathermaster Tent
- Best for Bad Weather: Marmot Halo 6
- Best for Windy Conditions: REI Base Camp 6
- Best for Extra Storage Space: The North Face Wawona 6
- Best Tent for Easy Setup: Caddis Rapid 6 Tent
- Best 6 Person Glamping Tent:White Duck 13′ Regatta Bell Tent
- Best for Summer Camping: ALPS Mountaineering Camp Creek
- Best for Durability: TETON Sports Mesa 10′ Canvas Tent
REI Co-op Wonderland 6 Tent (formerly Kingdom 6)
Type: Tunnel | Seasons: 3-season | Weight: 22 lbs 15 oz | Inside Height: 75″ | Floor: 120 in x 100 in (83.3 sq ft) | Setup Time: 10 mins
The REI Wonderland 6 is a brand new tent in 2022, replacing REI’s excellent Kingdom 6 tent.
REI is widely known as a great outdoor brand – and looking at this tent, it’s easy to see why.
What surprised me the most is that even though the tent is pretty big, the setup is relatively simple and easy. With two people it takes less than 10 minutes to fully set it up, despite it being a fairly spacious tent.
Speaking of size – the Wonderland 6 features a peak height of 75 inches and vertical walls. That means that movement inside the tent is easy as pie (and it gives you a lot more space than a dome tent to boot).
The biggest changes to the Wonderland 6 are the additional of inverted v-shaped windows at sleeping bag level. This helps with both ventilation as well as providing a viewing area for campers.
And secondly, the previous included vestibule is now only available for purchase as a mud room add-on. However, if you do this, you’ll get an additional 56 square feet of storage space.
Now, I do have to mention that if you’re camping in windy areas, this tent is not ideal. You want to choose a dome tent that is specially designed to withstand high winds.
Read the full REI Co-op Wonderland 6 Review here.
- Comes with a divider that can create two rooms for extra privacy
- 2 doors allow for easy movement in and out of the tent
- 6’2’’ peak height and vertical walls mean you get a lot of extra space
- For such a big tent it’s relatively easy to set up, even for one person
- Aluminum poles are both durable and flexible enough to stay erect even during windy conditions
- Pricey – it’s not for budget-conscious campers
- Vestible/Mud Room has to be purchased as an add-on
Best for: people looking for the overall best 6 person camping tent on the market today.
Marmot Halo 6
Type: Dome | Seasons: 3-season | Weight: 20 lbs 9 oz | Inside Height: 76″ | Floor: 118 x 118 inches (96.9 sq ft) | Setup Time: 10 mins
The Marmot Halo 6 has made it onto many of the “best of” tent lists for good reasons.
First off, it’s 96.9 sq ft of space is going to give you more space than any other dome tent on this list.
But because it is a dome tent, and not to mention with two huge vestibules, you are going to get great weather resistance and additional storage space.
Not only does it have great protection from wind and rain, but it ALSO is fairly easy to setup for a dome tent. With only 5 poles, setup will take only 5-10 minutes even in the dark.
The only real ding to this tent is the value. It is one of the pricier tents on this list.
- With 96.9 sq ft of tent space and an additional 64.44 sq ft of vestibule space, the Marmot Halo 6 is a superb fortress
- It’s dome shape and quality materials and construction give you some of the best protection you can get
- 76″ of peak inside height means even taller folks can still stand up
- Lifetime warranty included in your purchase – making it worth the money
- One of the more expensive tents on this list
- No footprint included
Best for: A high quality premium tent that offers great wind and rain protection.
The North Face Wawona 6
Type: Dome | Seasons: 3-season | Weight: 20 lbs 15 oz | Inside Height: 80″ | Floor: 120 x 96 inches (86 sq ft) | Setup Time: 15 mins
One of the most unique tents we have in this size group is the The North Face Wawona 6. It is a standard dome tent, but with an extra “heck yeah” feature with the covered porch vestibule giving you an extra 44.7 square feet of storage space.
So not only do you get 86 square feet inside the tent, but the extendable vestibule is great for storing bikes, coolers and other camping gear that you want to keep dry.
Weather resistance wise, we have noting but great things to say. This tent will keep you bone dry and stand up to wind as good as any other dome tent. With a 16 minute setup time, you are getting yourself a real winner with The North Face Wawona.
- Incredibly large 44.7 sq ft vestibule to store your gear
- Quality construction and durability that can stand up to the elements
- Lightweight at 20 lbs 15 oz, this is one of the lighter tents in this category
- Plenty of pockets inside the tent for headlamps, lights and tablets
- A bit pricey for the size, but made up for in quality
Best for: Mountain bikers and campers who want extra storage space.
REI Base Camp 6
If you prefer dome tents, but still want that signature REI quality, this tent might be right up your alley.
The one thing that really stands out with this tent is its versatility.
80-degree weather? Mesh walls and plenty of vents will keep you cool without a hitch.
Camping in strong (40+ mph) winds? Its dome shape and sturdy poles will be able to handle it without bending or breaking.
It even performs well in lower temperatures, although I wouldn’t use it for winter camping – there are better tents for that out there.
- Color-coded poles make setup super quick and easy
- Lots of mesh pockets and loops means there’s enough space for all your stuff
- The rain fly is really great – not only will it keep you completely dry, but it won’t get in the way of the vents keeping things cool
- It will remain solid as a rock even in 40 mph winds
- Plenty of vents means the airflow is never going to be an issue
- Even though setup is simple, it’s still best done by two people
- Getting the tent back into its bag might be a bit tricky
Best for: car campers looking for a great tent for windy areas.
Coleman Weathermaster Tent
While being tall has its perks, sleeping in a normal-sized tent isn’t one of them. It feels like anybody that’s slightly taller than average is being forgotten by tent manufacturers.
That’s why when I heard the measurements of this Coleman tent, my jaw nearly hit the floor.
With a peak height of 80 inches (yes, 80 – or 6 ft. 8 inches) this tent has got to be the best Christmas gift anybody taller than 6 feet could receive. Add to that 99 sq. ft. of floor space (153 sq. ft. with the screen room) and you get a veritable camping palace.
Tired of messing with zippers? Then you’re going to love its hinged door – you can just walk right in hassle-free.
Now, it is supposed to be waterproof right out of the gate – but why risk it? Waterproofing your tent is cheap and easy and it’s something I do with every new tent I buy.
- Remarkably affordable for a six-person tent
- A staggering 6-foot 8-inch height means even the tallest people can freely move around
- A waterproof bathtub floor means you can skip buying a footprint
- The screen room can act as either an additional sleeping room or extra storage space
- It comes with fiberglass poles, which are durable and corrosion-resistant
- At 32 lbs, it’s pretty heavy – even for a car camping tent
- You might have to additionally waterproof this tent
Best for: tall people and families looking for a lot of room.
Caddis Rapid 6 Tent
Usually, the bigger a tent is, the harder it is to set it up.
That’s not the case here. The Caddis Rapid tent really lives up to its name, considering it can be up and ready in less than 10 minutes.
If easy setup was all this tent had going for it, it would still be great.
But it’s also an extremely well-made tent that is able to withstand all kinds of weather, has a ton of storage compartments, and is tall enough to fit an NBA player.
At 25 lbs, it’s not the lightest tent around, but as a car camping tent, it checks a ton of boxes.
- Roomy – with 100 square feet of space and 80 inches of peak height, it will accommodate even the tallest of campers
- Despite its size, setting it up is pretty much effortless
- Comes with a gear loft and wall pockets that provide additional storage space
- Has several windows that both provide great views and increase airflow to the tent
- The floor isn’t that great, so you’ll probably want to invest in a tarp
Best for: campers who want a family tent with easy setup and takedown.
Coleman Carlsbad Tent with Screen Room
The Coleman brand is famous for making quality tents at affordable prices, and their Carlsbad tent with a screen room is no exception.
This 6-person dome tent is pretty spacious, with a big screen room and enough space to accommodate two queen size air mattresses.
However, the main selling point of this tent is its Darkroom feature. That’s Coleman’s patented technology that blocks sunlight and reduces heat in the tent. This makes it a favorite of those campers who like to sleep late, instead of waking up covered in sweat at the brink of dawn.
- Darkroom technology reduces light in the tent allowing for deeper and longer sleep
- Quick setup thanks to pre-attached poles
- The screen room provides extra bug-free lounging space and ventilation
- The screen area is also great for shoes and dogs so the inside of your tent stays clean
- Made with high-quality materials that will ensure you remain dry even during thunderstorms
- The screen room is not protected by the rainfly
- Weighs around 20 pounds so it’s best used for festival and car camping
Best for: if you’re not a morning person and you want to sleep in.
ALPS Mountaineering Meramac 6-Person Tent
At 100 sq. ft. with a 6 ft. ceiling, this ALPS tent is a good choice for families with kids who are looking to upgrade and are buying their first six-person tent.
This tent would be the best fit for casual campers who are looking to get a quality tent at an affordable price.
- Two doors mean you can easily move in and out of the tent without stumbling over other people
- Thanks to its center height of 6 feet, most people will be able to stand upright and walk around
- Roomy – with 100 sq. ft. of space, it can comfortably house a family of 4 and their gear
- An affordable tent that will last casual campers a long time with proper care
- Great ventilation that’s built into the walls and the ceiling of the tent
- Easy to pack and fits nicely into the included storage bag
- You may need help setting up if you’re pitching this tent by yourself
- Some people have reported problems with fragile poles
Best for: campers looking for an affordable dome tent.
CORE 6 Person Instant Cabin Tent
Like some of the other tents we’ve mentioned so far, this CORE tent is a cabin tent. That means it has vertical walls which allow easier movement and greater comfort inside the tent. However, it’s also an instant tent – which means its setup is quick and easy – hence the name instant.
What sets this tent apart is its ventilation – thanks to multiple windows and floor vents, you should have good airflow throughout your camping trip.
- 2 minute set up and take down in fair weather conditions
- The expandable carrying case makes it easy to pack the tent after taking it down
- Great ventilation thanks to windows on both sides and the front door
- The back wall comes with a big storage area where you can hang your gear
- Inexpensive cabin tent for beginner buyers
- The floor is pretty thin so you should probably buy a tarp
- The door zipper can get caught in the flaps running along the door
Best for: people who want a roomy cabin tent with great ventilation at a reasonable price.
White Duck 13′ Regatta Bell Tent
Type: Canvas, Bell | Seasons: 4-season | Weight: 71 lbs | Inside Height: 98″ | Floor: 13 ft diameter (132 sq ft) | Setup Time: 20 mins
A lot of camping tents are just fine – they get the job done, but you are always looking forward to coming back to a real house and bed.
With Regatta, however, you almost forget you’re out in the wilderness – it’s that comfortable. In fact, a lot of its users are using it as a second home in their backyards when they’re not camping.
While it’s definitely not a backpacking tent, its 70 lbs. weight makes it very manageable for most car campers. Add to that the incredibly simple setup (less than 20 minutes for one person, 10 minutes for two) and you can see why this is one of the best canvas tents around.
- Snow, rain, wind – this tent will stand up to them all without a hitch
- Easy setup – even one person can do it without any problems within 20 minutes
- At 70 lbs. weight, it’s surprisingly lightweight for a canvas tent of this size
- Three windows provide plenty of airflow for cooling and ventilation
- It’s a bit tricky to pack it back in the bag
Best for: people who want a great glamping tent.
ALPS Mountaineering Camp Creek 6 Person Tent
ALPS is a brand that’s famous for quality, affordable tents, and this one is no exception.
With 100 square feet of space, a height of 7 feet, and a weight of 23 pounds, this waterproof tent has a great ratio of size, price, and quality.
On the negative side, the floor is pretty thin, so we recommend buying a tarp to avoid ripping the floor.
- Windows are screened, allowing you to have privacy inside your tent
- Waterproof – even during long, heavy rainstorms
- The tent can easily be put together by a single person
- 100 sq. ft. of space gives you a lot of room to move around
- The floor is thin, so buying a tarp is advised
- It only has one door, so you can only enter and exit the tent from one side
Best for: people who want a solid, large summer tent.
TETON Sports Mesa 10′ 6 Person Canvas Tent
Type: Canvas, Cabin | Seasons: 4-season | Weight: 71 lbs | Inside Height: 78″ | Floor: 10 x 10 ft (100 sq ft) | Setup Time: 10 mins
The TETON Sports Mesa 10′ is the epitome of durable. With it’s 100 square feet of floor size makes it a formidable competitor in your hunt for a 6-person tent. With the peak height of 78 inches (or 6.5 feet) means almost anyone can move around the tent with ease.
Add to that the fact it can be easily pitched within 5-10 minutes and that it’s 100% waterproof, and you have one of the best canvas tents out there.
Now, no product is without its flaws. Like all canvas tents, this tent is not for people on a budget. You’re are going to have to pay a pretty penny to get TETON Mesa. On the plus side, you can safely expect to hand this tent over to your grandchildren, so in the long run, it will probably end up cheaper than most nylon tents.
- 100 square feet of floor space means you and your family will have plenty of room
- Easy setup – most people can get it up and ready in less than 5 minutes
- Comes with two extra-large doors that make movement easy peasy
- 100% cotton means it will keep you dry even during the worst thunderstorms
- 78 inches of peak height means even tall people can comfortably use this tent
- No way around it – this is not a cheap product. You pay a premium price, but get premium quality
- Tent stakes are of lower quality – you might want to pay a few bucks to get better ones
Best for: campers who are willing to invest a bit more for the durability of a great canvas tent with an easy setup.
Napier Outdoors – Sportz SUV Tent
Type: SUV | Seasons: 3-season | Weight: 41 lbs | Inside Height: 90 in | Floor: 10 x 10 ft (100 sq ft) | Setup Time: 15 mins
Here at Wilderness Times, we have a long and loving relationship with the Napier Outdoors SUV tent. In fact, we even listed it as one of the best SUV tents available today.
There are several reasons why we rank this tent so highly. First off, it’s big. With 100 square feet of floor space, this tent is large enough to be a stand-alone tent without being attached to a car at all!
It also comes with an attached screen room and large mesh windows.
Finally, it’s an SUV tent – it attaches to your car for a more comfortable sleeping experience.
- This tent is plenty large and roomy measuring 10 by 10 feet and 7 feet tall – it also includes an attached screen room and awning for even more room
- With so much room, this tent also functions very well as a stand-alone tent – it does not need to be attached to a car to work
- Large sections of mesh windows, especially in the screen room, allow for great airflow and lots of sunlight
- This tent is made out of durable, waterproof material, so it will definitely hold up during rain and wind
- It’s so large, this tent takes two people to put up in a timely matter
- The screen room is on the wrong side of the tent, considering that most extra space in a campsite is on the passenger side, not the driver’s side
Best for: car campers who want to attach a tent to their SUV.
Things To Look For In A 6-Person Tent
Before we get into the specifics about what makes a great 6 man tent, let’s talk about who would get the most use out of this size.
The first group is families. If you and your spouse want to take the kids on some good old-fashioned family camping, 4-person tents will usually be too small to accommodate all of you. On the other hand, 8 and 10-person tents will be too big and take too long to set up. 6-person tents are a great compromise between those two extremes.
They are also great for couples who like camping with a lot of camping gear and/or with dogs. While four-person tents can be sufficient, upgrading to a larger size means you’ll have more room to move inside the tent. You’ll also have more interior space to keep your gear safe from the rain and high winds.
Finally, this size is great if you plan to go camping with a bunch of friends. It’s a lot of fun to lounge around together in a spacious tent, playing cards or other games while it’s raining outside. No one wants to be squished up against each other, so consider getting a six-person tent.
Advantages And Disadvantages Of Six-Person Tents
Like all things in life, 6-person tents come with their own set of pros and cons.
For example, compared to smaller tents, they:
- Are bigger and more comfortable – you can easily move around in one
- Come with more bells and whistles, for a better camping experience
- Often have rooms inside the tent, offering greater privacy
- Provide more storage space for your gear
- Offer better weather protection, thanks to a sturdier construction
However, despite all those advantages, 6-person tents do come with a few downsides.
In general, they’re pricier than smaller tents and usually a lot heavier – which means they are best used for car camping. If you’re more interested in backpacking tents, be sure to check out our review on the best 4-person tents.
Now, compared to larger tents (8-person or more), 6-person tents have two great advantages. They are:
If you have a big family and want to have them all under one roof, you should consider buying an even bigger tent. However, if you just want to take your kids camping, a 6-person tent would probably be a better choice.
Criteria For Buying A 6-Person Tent
If you’re buying a six-person tent for the first time, you want to make sure you have the basic features covered.
Some things to pay attention to are:
Size. When a manufacturer says a tent can fit six people, it means six people can lie next to each other and have no room for anything else. Needless to say, that won’t lead to a great camping experience, packed in there like sardines. You’ll get the most out of these tents if you have 2-4 people inside.
That way everybody will have enough room to move around and the tent won’t feel crowded. The average tent size of a 6-person tent can be anywhere from 80 to 150 sq. ft. Some of them come with dividers so you can have multiple rooms in one tent, and extra space for your gear.
Weight. All that size and comfort comes at a price, and that price is the weight. 6-person tents are usually heavier than smaller tents. If you’re an ultralight backpacker they won’t be the best choice. However, if you’re into car camping or short hikes, having all that extra space is worth a few pounds more in weight.
Ease of setup and takedown. Nobody likes to spend time setting up a tent (or taking it down). That’s why it’s important to choose a tent that can be set up quickly and easily by just one or two people.
Weatherproof. One thing that is guaranteed to ruin your trip is waking up in a puddle of water. That’s why we’ve only listed tents that are proven to be waterproof and wind-resistant.
Seasonality. Most of the tents on the market today are 3-season tents, which means they’ll do great in any weather (except extreme blizzards). If you’re an avid winter camper, you want to take a look at tents that are made from tougher material and come with thicker insulation.
Features. The final thing to keep in mind is which features and accessories the tent comes with, such as windows, doors, rooms, a rainfly, and so on. Some tents come with a lot of bells and whistles, while others are more basic in their design.
How We Tested, Reviewed, and Rated 6 Person Tents
We love to test and review gear. You’ll find us testing gear that we already own and love, are purchasing for retail prices (just like you), or items that are sent to us by the manufacturer.
No matter how we procure a product, our goal is to thoroughly test and review each item and rate it against its peers.
Our goal is to remain as unbiased as possible.
We take tedious notes, and compare even the tiniest of details. Everything goes into a spreadsheet for analysis from the dimensions of the product to cost comparisons, user ratings, etc
After hours of testing, reviewing and analyzing 27 6 person tents, we graded each tent on the following metrics:
- Space and Comfort
- Quality and Durability
- Weather Resistance
- Ease of Use
- Intangibles (unique features and key selling points)
- User Reviews
Depending upon what you are looking for in a tent, you’ll want to pay more or less attention to each specific item.
All of the above metrics are factored into our algorithm to create an Overall Score. The Overall Score is going to be the best for tents that are top notch in every category accordingly.
Therefore only a tent that provides great all-around value, weather resistance, high quality materials, along with intangibles AND great user reviews will score better than a tent that is specifically made for 4-seasons, but is also extremely expensive.
Or perhaps you are looking for a great tent at a great value? In this case, your tent may not be rated the highest, because it may not be using the best of the best materials, but it will surely have the highest value to price ratio.
So while the Overall Score is important, it is not everything.
Space And Comfort
From family camping to romantic couples camping, this is a huge determining factor as to whether the tent is going to live up to your expectations.
You don’t want to get this one wrong…but if you are a backpacker, you will not care as much for space and comfort, as you would for quality/durability and most of all weight.
We rate space and comfort for each tent within their tent category and size. So for a 6-person tent, it is rated in comparison with other 6-person tents. But this does not mean that a 6-person tent will comfortably fit 6 people. It simply won’t. You’ll want a 8-person or 10-person tent to comfortably fit 4 people.
Now, let’s take a look at some of the top 6 person tents by height:
As you can see, most of the six person tents that we reviewed have a pretty similar range of peak height, but the White Duck 13′ Regatta Bell Tent tops them all. However, not all tents are made equal, and even the Regatta Bell Tent and many of the dome tents reviewed still have areas that you may need to bend down in.
If you are looking for more headroom, then a cabin tent like the Caddis Rapid 6 Tent or the CORE 6 Person Instant Cabin Tent make more sense. We also like the TETON Sports Mesa 10′ Canvas Tent and the REI Co-op Wonderland 6 for overall consistent hight throughout.
Now, let’s take a look at the overall square footage inside each tent:
Again, you can see that MOST 6-person tents seem to size up pretty comparably. The average 6-person tent is a 10 x 10 ft tent that has 100 sq ft inside the tent.
But there are some standouts. The White Duck 13′ Regatta again, tops the list with the most square footage, next is the Coleman Carlsbad Tent with Screen Room.
The dome style tents come in generally a bit under 100 sq ft, but not by too much. What you lose in square footage, you get in wind and bad weather performance (typically).
So as you can see, all of these metrics factor into the overall Space and Comfort score.
Quality And Durability
This metric is pretty straightforward. We rate the tents based on their actual materials and the quality of the construction.
We also get feedback from tent owners who put it their tents the test over a long period of time.
Many tents utilize a combination of the same polyester or nylon materials, but their construction can be just as important. This all gets factored into the quality and durability score.
Also factored in the Quality and Durability score is the warranty. While most tents have some sort of Limited warranty, many have Lifetime Limited Warranty’s, but REI for instance, only has a 90 day return policy and warrants only that the product is free from defects at the time of sale.
All tents are not created equally, and not all tents are priced equally either. Coleman for instance produces a great budget tent, while Mountain Hardware produces a tent that can withstand the elements. These tents will not be priced anywhere close to each other:
It is pretty clear from this chart that the Coleman Sundome 6-Person Tent is a real budget win. But I wouldn’t slouch on the ALPS Mountaineering Tents or the Coleman Carlsbador Coleman Weathermaster if looking for an inexpensive, but high value tent.
However, we take both the price of the tent along with the materials, warranty, manufacturer and other key factors into assessing a value for each tent.
You can still have a tent with high value even if it is double the price of another. But again, many factors play into this. Here is how our 6 person tents shook out:
Based on our ratings, the Coleman Sundome 6 wins out on value. Currently priced at $75.99, you get unbelievable value for the price, even if the materials won’t stand the test of time. You really can buy this tent 5 or 6 times over before hitting the same price as some of the other 6-person tents.
Weather resistance is a simple metric.
Does the tent let in water, or does it not? Does the tent withstand high winds, or collapse onto itself? Does the tent have good ventilation during the summer months or does it get too hot and stuffy? This is what matters to us when we rate a tent for weather resistance:
When it comes to weather resistance, you simply can’t beat a canvas tent, and that is where the White Duck 13′ Regatta shines yet again. We also like The North Face Wawona 6 and the Nemo Wagontop 6 if you are looking for tents that can really withstand the elements.
Ease Of Use
How fast can an average user pitch this tent? How easy it is to take down and/or utilize additional features?
Also, how much does the tent weigh? A tent weighing 70 lbs is going to score slightly lower than lightweight 6-person tent that weights 20 lbs total that can be pitched in the same amount of time.
So here is all of the data that goes into this rating:
Instant setup tents are perfect for summer camping or even day use, and that is where the CORE 6 Person Instant Cabin Tent and the Caddis Rapid 6 Tent really shine. These tents can be setup in 5 minutes or less.
But the rest of the 6 person tents we rated aren’t any slouches either. They can all be typically setup between 10-20 minutes depending on the number of people in your party. The more hands you have on deck, the faster it’ll go!
These are the unique features or selling points of each individual tent that give it a leg up on the competition.
Does the tent have two doors? Perhaps the tent has a large vestibule for storing equipment? Is the tent is a two-room tent with a special space for the kiddos or a dog? Maybe the footprint is included in the price?
This ALL gets factored into the intangibles score.
Last, but not least are user reviews!
We can get a lot of great feedback from user reviews, but they aren’t perfect. The average tent owner won’t ever leave a review, so reviews are typically left by users who either have a really favorable or unfavorable experience.
Of course even that is still good information, because if 90% of tent owners leave a positive 5-star review, then that is really saying something. So we blend reviews together from various sources and come up with an average user rating score. Here is how they shake out for 6-person tents:
Ok, so this chart does a good job showing why we don’t solely ever want to take user ratings into consideration. We have found after reviewing many many tents, that REI users in particular tend to be very particular and since REI tents are only sold at REI, we also get some return/quality issues there too that aren’t really quality reviews. .
So how do we fix this? We go through and read all of the reviews. We read the good, we read the bad, and then we factor in the quantity of reviews and calculate all of into our final User Rating score.
After a lot of research applying our new 2022 Ranking Methodology, we found that the REI Wonderland 6 is the best overall 6 person tent on the market today.
Not only is it big and spacious, it also comes with a divider that can separate the interior into two rooms for extra privacy. Rated highly for its quality and durability as well as it’s weather resistance and east of use, it ranks highly with an all around score of 8.2.
Combine that with easy setup and you can see why it’s our top pick.