CampRight Truck Tents Customer Reviews
61 Customer Reviews
Break camp anywhere the trail takes you with your CampRight Truck Tent. No matter where you park, you have a cozy cabin-away-from-home set up on your truck bed in just a few minutes. Never again sleep on the cold, hard ground with the rest of the nocturnal riff-raff.
Setting up a comfortable camp has never been this easy. Instead of endlessly hunting for that perfect spot—flat, dry and clear—just park your rig, assemble your CampRight Truck Tent and camp in complete comfort. And, since you sleep in your truck, campground criminals are less likely to pilfer your stuff.
CampRight Tents by RightlineGear deliver a whole new world of outdoor shelter, safety and security. The outdoorsy color scheme is white on top, dark grey bottom with a light grey fly. Plus, your CampRight Truck Tent is backed by RightlineGear's 1-year warranty.
61 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Ron D (Hemet, CA) — Mar 31, 2014 7:17 AM
I ordered a CampRight tent from AutoAnything and an Enel Adventure I Tent on Ebay at the same time. After setting both up on my truck, I believe CampRight copied the Adventure I Tent by Enel which has gone out of business. The Adventure I tent is 10 times better, fabric is higher quality, seams much stronger and better sewn. Three straight days of rain in my Adventure I and not a drop of water in my truckbed. If you can find an Adventure I on EBay or Craigslist, you're miles ahead.
Reviewed by Bruce B (San Diego, CA) Reviewed for a 2008 Dodge Ram — Nov 04, 2013 11:33 PM
I have seen tents for trucks like this many times, and always thought about getting one, but could never justify spending that much for one. I needed a tent quickly, so I opted to try this tent. It had good reviews, the company was responsive (I emailed about whether it would fit over a Bakflip G2; yes, it does) and AutoAnything gave me a nice discount to use. Installation was tricky, but it is GREAT once installed. Highly recommended.
Reviewed by Dan C (Northville, MI) Reviewed for a 2006 Chevy Silverado — Sep 27, 2013 5:27 AM
So far I have done the initial installation of the tent on my truck. It installed easily and will install quicker when I use it next week. I made a couple minor additions to the tie down points inside the bed of my truck because I have a bed liner that makes attaching the hooks inside a little difficult. I used a French link (chain connector) with 4 links of small chain and connected them to the cargo hooks on the bed to make it easier to use the interior tie downs.
Reviewed by Ryan R (MORTON, IL) Reviewed for a 2010 Chevy Silverado — Sep 27, 2013 5:21 AM
I had trouble putting up the tent when following the instructions. I accidently snapped one of the poles. I found that if you keep the straps a little loose and not tighten them down before you use the poles it goes up much easier without putting extra stress on the poles. When I did it according to the instructions the back of the cab prevented proper placement of the poles. Overall once I figured out how to put it up I loved it. I camped in it on a rainy 47 degree night and was warm and dry.
Reviewed by Andrew J (Bally, PA) Reviewed for a 2004 Toyota Tacoma — Sep 06, 2013 9:26 AM
When combined with a truck bedz air mattress it made for the best night of outdoor sleeping i've ever had. Love the open roof, great for watching the stars. Only reason it didn't get a perfect score is that the poles are really tight, they seem almost an inch to long, i'm afraid that over time the tent will begin to rip. But I hope i'm wrong.
Reviewed by Terrance W (STOCKBRIDGE, GA) — Aug 31, 2013 5:13 PM
Tent fit like it was made for my truck. Took less than 1/2hr to set up and kept my dry through 3 rainy nights in a row. I would recommend waterproofing the rain fly before you need it as I did have a few drips on the third night.
Reviewed by Anthony C (White Plains, NY) Reviewed for a 2011 Nissan Titan — Aug 22, 2013 1:19 PM
I found it to be a little too sloppy around the sides of my Titan. This particular tent is meant to fit a rather large assortment of trucks. As far as installation is concerned, follow tent manufacturers advice and set this up BEFORE you get to the camp site. First time set up, although not that hard, IS time consuming. There's a lot of adjustments in each strap to get them just right. After the first set up, you should be alright. We didn't get rained on, but the seams are sealed.
Reviewed by Nicholas D (Wyoming, PA) Reviewed for a 2008 Chevy Avalanche — Aug 03, 2013 8:10 AM
EXTREMELY difficult to set up, flimsy construction, easily damaged if not handled carefully (one lock down tab torn off easily when attempting to anchor it to my vehicle fender)!!!!
Reviewed by Del K (THORP, WA) Reviewed for a 2011 Ford F-150 — Jul 25, 2013 5:34 PM
Worked great for being off the ground! The air mattress we got leaked the first two nights till I figured out all the details but the tent was great! Fit the truck perfectly. Took a bit to figure out all the straps but when you do it sets up great. All fits into the nice packaged bag too!