The Coleman Waterfall 5 Deluxe Tent Review

This tent features:

  • Inside pockets for you to stash and hide your valuables in.
  • Both a front and back door.
  • Two awning poles and the possibility of having two awnings.
  • Breathable mesh and lightweight polyester finish.
  • 2000 mm waterproofing, a PU coating and taped seams.
  • Sturdy fibreglass poles.
  • 265 cm of height.
  • Fly screen included.
  • A unisex design.

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This tent comes in an attractive green-grey colour that blends in to most backgrounds, meaning you are never embarrassed by pulling out and setting up your neon pink tent. Besides from its lovely unisex theme, it has a range of interesting features that are all geared towards making your camping experience a more pleasant one – no matter the weather!

Waterfall 5 Deluxe Tent

The Coleman Waterfall is a nice design that has a sort of waterfall-esque flow running throughout it. From the main entranceway – which is big enough to stand up straight and to swing a cat in – the tent narrows by compartment. So as you step inside you have a nice, roomy feeling communal space designed to store enough gear for five people at once. Inside there is also a huge sleeping space that will accommodate up to five adults – so if you are looking for a group-camping tent then this one is a great choice for you.

Besides the head room, sheer size and attached separate sleeping compartment, the Coleman Waterfall 5 has both a front and a back door, making you feel like you're at home no matter which particular field you happen to be sleeping in. This tent also comes with two awning poles included, giving you even more space. If you wanted to, you could buy an extra two awning poles and have your awning running out both doors – the possibilities for extra space are limitless with this model.

Coleman Waterfall 5 Tent

This tent sports 2000 mm waterproofing with taped seams and a PU coating for extra added dryness. Besides that, the sleeping compartment is attachable and does not necessarily touch the outer coating, and that extra space has been thoughtfully provided to keep both you and your possessions nice and dry.

As far as we can tell; the only down side to this as a five-man tent is that it doesn't sport separated sleeping quarters. All five party members need to share the same compartment, which might result in arguments between siblings. This tent feels a little more like a tent designed for friends who need something easy to share rather than for families... Although if the children are young enough it won't matter and it will still be a great tent for you.

Coleman Waterfall 5 Deluxe Tent
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Summary

if you are looking for a good, stable tent that will keep you dry and provide plenty of space both indoors and outdoors – then the Coleman Waterfall can sleep up to five of you with adequate communal space. We love it and can't recommend it enough, particularly to festival goers, group campers and even to families that don't mind sharing a room with the children.

4.8

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