“Glamping tent” connotes a canvas bell tent with a nice mattress, feather bed, candles, and chocolates on the pillow. It’s a fun idea, granted, but what if the wind blows? What if a storm sets in? What if you expect to plant for six months? How long until the novelty of tented living wears off and that Instagram shine turns tortuous?
Tent grommets tear out, canvas molds, tent overheats, freezes, and worse. Might stretch tents be customized to offer a more durable solution to the traditional glamping tent?