Go from driver to camper in less than 15 minutes! The Sportz Truck Tent 57 Series transforms your truck bed into a safe shelter with 5.5’ of headroom. Plus, it includes a 6’ awning for extra shade. Sleeps 2. Backed by a 1-year warranty.
Break camp in the right spot every time with the Rightline Gear Truck Tent. This easy-install truck bed tent converts your truck bed into a comfortable camper for two in an instant. Floorless design allows you to set it up without removing your gear from the bed. 1-year warranty.
Camp out, without cashing out, with the Napier Backroadz Truck Tent. Designed to set up fast, this wallet–friendly truck tent camper boasts a patented sewn–in floor, rain fly, large entrance and four windows. Helps you keep the comfort in, the weather and wildlife out. 1–year warranty.
Don’t just visit the great outdoors—become one with it in the Napier Sportz Camo Truck Tent. Thanks to their Mossy Oak camo pattern, these pickup truck tents make you both invisible (to critters) and comfortable. Pick between two sizes. 1-year warranty.
The Rightline Gear Universal Tent lets you drive in, pop up and chill out. Changing your truck, hatchback, wagon, SUV or truck with shell from simple vehicle to outdoor oasis in an instant, these car-camping tents feature a universal design that fits most rides. 1-year warranty.
Elevate your camping experience with the ARB Kakadu Rooftop Tent. Mounted high off the ground, this roof top tent keeps you away from critters, rough ground and more. Tailored from rip-stop poly/cotton canvas and equipped with breezy windows. 2-Year Limited Warranty.
Not sure which 2000 Ford F-150 Truck Tents are right for you? We have over 407 customer reviews, with an average rating of 4.5, to help you find exactly what you're looking for. Here's what some of our customers have said:
"Truck is 2000 F-150 6.5' bed. Have not tested in rain or wind, although I expect it to perform very well.
I performed a pre-setup of the tent up in about a half-hour without reading directions; pretty straight forward. Great Fit. Well Constructed fabric components; Pole placement in heavy-duty nylon fabric tabs... sturdy. Rainfly install is a snap.
(1) The shock-corded poles are assembled with a metal collar at end of each pole segment. However, the collar-edge is exposed...not recessed into the pole. When inserting a pole into its nylon-mesh sleeve, this collar edge WILL hang on the sleeve fabric--especially when under compression (think rough finger nail on nylon stocking). I expect this issue to cost me at least 10 minutes of solo erection time. This is a serious design flaw which would be cured if the mesh sleve were solid nylon fabric. If you have two people, temporarily attach the outside straps, thus laying out the tent in place; then insert all assembled poles from one side, where your helper is pulling/straigtening the individual pole-sleeves. Have your helper put their pole-ends in their respective pockets; now, erect the colored poles, followed by the white poles, on your side.
(2) Check the rubber nipple pole ends. Some of these will not have been glued, and you will surely loose them during pole removal from sleeve.
(3)The Rainfly snap-buckles, which should be simple/smooth operating, are pretty cheezy-cheap. These are easy to snap-in incorrectly; if you do this, they are nearly impossible to release at break-camp time.
Suggestions: Definitely do a prefit before your first camping trip. Carefully tune all of the strap lengths. Roll up all of the excess strap and tie a heavy rubber band around the strap bundles. Check to assure that all the pole nipples are tightly glued. For a one-person install, tie 4 ft--or so--length of cord below one of the Rainfly windows (at buckle position, after affixing fly buckles on one side) so you can throw it over to the other side; oth" —Charles W from Sedona, AZ bought a CampRight Truck Tents for a 2000 Ford F-150, 6' 6" short bed, standard box.