NEWS | Camping Magazine 2022 Tent Award Winners Revealed


The annual Editor’s Choice Awards are all about helping you decide how to spend your hard-earned money and this year Camping Magazine are celebrating the tenth anniversary of the UK’s most prestigious family camping awards.

Camping Magazine Tent of 2022

The top award for tent of the year was awarded to the Coleman Weathermaster 8XL Air BlackOut tent.

The flagship Weathermaster in the BlackOut range this cavernous 8XL model encompasses a premium feature set, with a removable two-berth inner expanding sleeping to 8 persons. Delivering luxurious camping with maximum comfort, convenience and versatility, this well laid out large air tent is family-friendly, with an enclosed canopy providing protection and versatile opening to best suit the conditions. The ultimate in family camping.

Best Family Tent

Vango was awarded best family tent of 2022 for the Vango Vesta Air 850XL tent.

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The new Vango Vesta Air 850XL, 8-man inflatable AirBeam® tent is designed around a relaxing central lounge area with large panoramic windows and skylights creating a bright and airy space, ideal for large families looking for a comfortable camping adventure.

Best Small Family Tent

The award for the best small family tent was awarded to the Outwell Hayward Lake 4ATC tent.

The Outwell Hayward Lake 4ATC is a new tent to the Imperial Air Collection in 2022, offering luxury, comfort and convenience. The tent is manufactured using the polycotton fabric, which is a blend of polyester and cotton, promoting a climate control fabric, which adapts to different weather conditions.

You can see all the winners and watch the full virtual awards ceremony below.

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