I am not the camping type. I don't love dirt, I don't love bugs, and I don't love the possibility of being eaten alive while I sleep. Once as a teenager, my parents brought me on what I didn't realize was a top-of-the-line camping trip along the Colorado River, where families were squealing with delight as they slept under the stars each night, and I managed to complain through it all in horror as bats flew out from the caves at night. Bats! But if we'd owned a Qube tent ($799, available for pre-order), well, that might have been another story.
Think of this tent as the Tom Haverford of camping (for you Parks and Recreation fans). It's mansion-size and pitches quickly — in two minutes — and has solar panel capability so you can charge your devices, and it's 7-feet tall so you actually have some space. Plus, it can be easily connected to other Qubes through tunnels. If someone in your family starts developing a knack for the outdoors, you want want to put your order in for this now.