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Tent on Stilts with Twisty Slide!


Here’s something different: A tent erected atop a large covered porch, complete with a twisty slide to the fire pit and picnic table below!

This is, of course, no normal tent. The canvas structure is held up by beautiful wooden beams, and there’s a queen-sized bed and kids’ cot bunks inside meaning no one has to sleep on the floor. It’s off-grid, with a cooler, water bubbler and solar lights, giving you an excellent glamping experience.

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Canvas Tent with Covered Porch in PA

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How cool is a tent with wooden beams?

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On this side, you walk in at ground level.

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Inside there’s a queen bed, and a cot bunk.

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Looks calming!

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Kids (and adults…) are sure to love this slide!

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Bunk cots for the little ones.

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No indoor plumbing, but drinking water provided.

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The roof over the tent means you stay dry!

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Have dinner underneath the tent!

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What a fun space.

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Super comfy camp loungers on the porch.

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Time to roast some marshmallows.

Tent on Stilts with Twisty Slide!

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Description:

Our “glamping” canvas tent is on a large wooden deck, which provides an abundance of space to enjoy the outdoors. The tent comes furnished with a queen bed (linens & towels provided), a cot-style bunk bed (please bring sleeping bags, pillows, etc), plenty of floor space for sleeping bags, basic camping cookware, and a propane camp stove. Enjoy a cup of fresh campfire peculated coffee each morning, along with the sweet goodies provided by your hosts! A fire ring is in front of the Glampsite for you to enjoy campfires (firewood available).

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Natalie C. McKee

Natalie C. McKee is a contributor for Tiny House Talk and the Tiny House Newsletter. She's a wife, and mama of three little kids. She and her family are homesteaders with sheep, goats, chickens, ducks and quail on their happy little acre.
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  • Paul Larsen
    October 1, 2021, 8:39 am

    I almost passed by this post ( just another glorified tent) But after reading and looking at the pictures . I am totally impressed! I would love to give this a try! And decent stairs too for those of us that dont do stairs or ladders as well as we used to. Well done! I love it!

  • Sheila
    October 2, 2021, 12:50 am

    This is cool and looks comfy for staying a few days. I like it. Shower and toilet? Out house?

    • James D.
      October 2, 2021, 2:11 am

      They’re in the process of putting restrooms on the property but for now there’s port-a-pots and a private outdoor shower… While they already have potable running water…

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