Pitching in less than 15 minutes, the Rivendale uses inflatable beams to create a rigid frame. Once pitched you will notice the high quality fabric used, the 150 denier polyester is highly waterproof and incredibly durable, the door zips also have strong zips for increased durability.
On warmer days open the large front door to create an open front porch area, add a couple of camping chairs and your favourite drink and relax. The large windows all around and skylight make this feel more like a conservatory than a tent. If the weather turns bad shut the front door and make the most of the enclosed area, some people use this for storing bikes or an additional space for socialising with room for kids to play.
The conveniently located door leads into the main living area, this is offset to allow you to make the most of the living areas, with space for camping furniture. The main living space can be accessed from the front of the tent via the porch, or via two side doors. All doors leading to the main living space have mesh panels which allow increased airflow and reduce condensation whilst keeping bugs out.
The bedroom area in the Rivendale sleeps up to 5 people, you will notice that the bedrooms area oversized and offer plenty of space. A removable divider sits between the two bedrooms and offers flexibility allowing you to create on large room if required.
The Rivendale has a huge range of practical features that you will discover as you use the tent, these include cable entry point and places to hang lanterns throughout. Large windows throughout the tent with curtains allowing you to adjust light and privacy as required. Bedroom inners are made using a darker fabric which reduces light giving you a better nights sleep.