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.
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 2012 Toyota Tacoma 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:
"I have a 2012 Tacoma double cab with the 5' bed and this fitted perfectly. Coupled it with a truck bedzzz bed which also fit perfectly, made my camping weekend comfortable and dry. Haven't used the rain fly, but it looks like it's a breeze to put on. Without the fly we had a nice view of the stars and stayed quite comfortable. Installation was easy but getting things to fit perfectly like in the picture takes a bit of work playing with the adjustment straps. The only downside is you have to take down the tent if you need to go grab some supplies, but we on hooked the tent from the bed, lifted it off and ran back with ease. Came back, lifted it back on and were able to resecure the tent fairly easily." —Jack M from Bellevue, WA bought a CampRight Truck Tents for a 2012 Toyota Tacoma.