component checklist:

get to know your classic bell tent

At Boutique Camping, our tents come equipped with a range of features meticulously crafted to enhance your outdoor living moments. The better acquainted you become with these attributes, the more enjoyable and comfortable your camping adventure will be..

plot preparation and pitch perfection

achieving pitch perfection:

once it's up:

waterproofing and leak prevention:

how to pitch a classic bell tent

Follow the steps below to get your Classic Bell Tent pitch-perfect!

canopies & awnings
Come rain or shine, why not extend the fun and thrills with a canopy or awning?
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pole table
This solid mango wood & steel design compliments your Boutique Camping tent beautifully and can be used to host meals, present belongings, and create stunning centre displays with.
pole table
tent protective cover
Available in Rainbow, Reflective & Sandstone, these lightweight sheets keep your tent dry, protect it from elements and even reflect sunlight!
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packing and storing your classic bell tent

step one

1a. Remove all pegs, you can use your hands, a peg extractor or even another peg.

1b. If pegs are dirty, clean before putting them back in their bag.

1c. Remove poles from the tent + if necessary, also give them a clean and towel dry.

1d. Keep the canvas on top of the groundsheet + not in contact with the grass/ground.

step two

2a. Without standing on the canvas, fold then tent in half + back on itself.

2b. Your tent should now resemble a half moon shape.

step three

3a. Bring the curved edge back on itself so that you are left with a rectangle.

3b. Then, fold it in half lengthways.

step four

4a.Smoothing + releasing any trapped air as you go, begin to tightly roll the tent forwards.

4b. Once completed, use the straps to secure the rolled up tent + place back into the provided tent bag.

Cleaning & reproofing your classic bell tent

To remove any dirt, light marks or mud off your tent you will need to pitch it before cleaning. To tackle marks we advise a sot mop, a soft brush and sponge to apply either: To remove any dirt, light marks or mud off your tent you will need to pitch it before cleaning. If you're looking to wash the whole tent we advise mixing the cleaning agents above with water in a pump action pressure garden sprayer. ...before rinsing off with water. 'nikwax tent and gear solarwash' or 'nikwax cotton proof'.

Your tent will have a generous coating of our water, rot and UV repelling agent. Over time, as a result of heavy use or testing environments, your tent fabric may require a second coating to revive breathability and resistance to the elements. This can be done by using a garden spray to apply the following agents: 'nikwax tent and gear solarwash' or 'nikwax cotton proof'.