How to Connect Two Tents Together

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Do you ever find yourself wanting to go camping with a group of friends, but don’t have enough tents to accommodate everyone?

Or maybe you have two tents and want to connect them together to make one large tent for your family? Whatever the case may be, connecting two tents together is a lot easier than you may think.

Here are tips on how to connect two tents together.

1. Find the Right Tents

Not all tents can be connected together. In order for two tents to be compatible, they must have sleeve connections. Most new tents come with these types of connections, but if you have an older model tent, you may need to buy an attachment that will allow the two tents to connect.

2. Get the Right Supplies

In addition to having two compatible tents, you’ll need a few other supplies in order to connect them. These include guy lines and stakes, soap or detergent, and a hammer or mallet.

3. Clean and Dry the Connection Areas

Once you have all of your supplies gathered, the next step is to clean and dry the connection areas of both tents. This will ensure that the sealant adheres properly and doesn’t become compromised by dirt or moisture.

4. Apply Sealant

The next step is to apply a sealant to the connection areas of both tents. This can be done with a brush or by using your fingers. Be sure to apply a generous amount so that there is a good seal when the two tents are connected.

5. Connect the Poles

Once the sealant has had time to dry, it’s time to connect the poles of both tents together. Make sure that the poles are firmly seated in the sleeves before proceeding to the next step.

6. Secure the Corners

The next step is to secure the corners of both tents together using guy lines and stakes. This will help hold everything in place while you finish connecting the rest of the tent.

7. Connect the Rainflies

The next step is to connect the rain flies of both tents together. Make sure that they are securely fastened so that there are no gaps where water could potentially get in.

8. Ventilate the Tent

Once everything is connected, it’s important to ventilate the tent so that there is adequate airflow inside. This can be done by opening up both doors and/or windows if they are present.

9. Test It Out

Before putting your newly connected tent to use, it’s important to test it out first! Set it up in your backyard and spend a night “camping” inside so that you can check for any leaks or problems that may need to be addressed before using it for real!

10. Enjoy

Now that your two tents are successfully connected, all that’s left to do is enjoy your newfound camping space! Invite some friends over and have a campout in your very own backyard!


By following these easy steps, you’ll be able to turn two separate tents into one large shelter that’s perfect for camping with friends or family! Just gather your supplies, follow our directions, and enjoy your new connected abode!

Allen Joe

Allen Joe

Allen Joe is a writer for camping and outdoor site He loves spending time outdoors, especially when he's camping or hiking. Allen also enjoys playing guitar and spending time with his wife and dog.

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