5 people on a family camping trip seeking a 2 room tent: one that sleeps 2 and one that sleeps 3.
This 5-person tent with 2 bedrooms (2 and 3 people), which is simple to pitch, has a large living room with a groundsheet and is protected by a porch.
Great tent for family but the doors can be very tight to close and zip breaks unless closed v carefully.
Hello Alex, Thank you for your review of the Arpenaz 5.2 Family camping tent. We are pleased to hear that you have found this a "Great" tent for the family, sorry to hear about the problems with the zips. When the tent is next up, I would recommend trying to loosen the flysheet slightly. This should help with the problems with the zip and not interfere with the tents ability to keep it's structure. Please bear in mind that you have a two year warranty on all Quechua products should the problem persist.
Quechua UK Product Expert
Got this to start camping and introduce our boys ( 12 & 10 ) to camping. A lot of tent for the price, easy to set up and very spacious. Sturdy, draft free and Dry. Recommend the YouTube video to show how to easily set up.
I read the reviews about this tent and was almost detered by some of the comments, but I really like the design of the wide, side opening door and the roof ventilation.
The second time I put it up alone and though I am a light weight older woman, it is possible if you do it the way the video shows.
I am happy with the tent. The zips are not a problem at all. The fabric of the inside roof netting has damage holes in 4 places, looks like it was damaged on the roll before manufacturer, it is of no consequence to the use of the tent, but it is letting the company down that their quality control is weak.
I am looking forward to taking the tent on our trips this month and would recommend the product for the price.
We purchased this tent second hand and our first weekend of camping it rained... What can I say we were kept bone dry... We love this tent it's well made and easy to put up. 5 star rating
Got this tent last year and loved it! It rained a fair bit over the five days, but there were no leaks at all. I had plenty of room for everything (it's always nice being able to stand up inside). It definitely takes two people to put up- I dread to think how difficult it would have been on my own, and getting it straight was a bit fiddly. Overall though I'd say this is a really good tent! I'm looking forward to using it again this coming summer.
Perfect campsite tent. Oodles of room inside and since both bedroom pods are separate it is quite versatile. Withstood gale force winds and rain in the highlands on more than one occasion without any leaks or concerns.
Size, ease of set up
I wouldn't advise anybody to purchase this tent . It lasted one night and then the tent poles snapped and the tent collapsed on top of us !
It does not cope with wind at all !
Looks nice once erected
Thank you for getting in touch about the Arpenaz family 5.2 camping tent. I apologise for the inconvenience caused by the poles of the tent. Please drop into your local store where a member of the team can assist you in finding a solution.
Joe Broadhead | UK Product Expert
Used this tent for a weekend away in the Lake District - lovely tent, great design, it did not take long to put up or take down. One night it was windy and poured down all night and in the morning not a single drop of rain was to be found in the tent, also because of the colour of the tent it looked very cosy in the morning with the sun shining on it. we got loads of complements saying how great the tent looked and wishing they had one. Would highly recommend - Go and buy one now!
Good size family tent. Comfortable seating area which could hold a table, three chairs and kitchen equipment. Spacious two section sleeping area, Very easy to put up took about 10-15minutes.
Packs up quite small
Took this tent out for a test run for the weekend with my 5 year old. Managed to put up by myself in under an hour. Most time taken getting the poles in and tent upright. Strong structure and the pole design definately works when the tent is upright as plenty of room in the sleeping compartments with sleeping heads less likely to come into contact with the tent.
Overnight torrential rain on the first night and not a drop got inside the tent. Plenty of space in the living area and always a plus with vertical pockets for storage. Great idea to have a front door that can be unzipped at the top half with fly net in place so the panorama can be enjoyed during the evening. Plenty of light gets into the tent with the side windows and colour design of the tent.
Being picky another entrance at the side would benefit but for the price you can't expect to have everything.
Completely vertical front door