Play Tents and Tunnels for Indoor/Outdoor Activity

Play-Tents-and-TunnelsPretend and kids, a great combination. Then toss in play tents and tunnels and life is great. Kids can create a pretend world for themselves. And the best part is when they can play either indoors on rainy days or outdoors for some fresh air. So keep the kids happy, even on rainy days with fun tents and tunnels.

Playhut Play Tents and Tunnels

All the play tents and tunnels featured here are made by Playhut. I chose these specifically for how easy they are to set up. They are not the traditional tent set-up with poles and stacks. Instead, they literally pop into shape.

No tools are required. Even the few pieces that need to be set up are put together with Velco fasteners. Although these might be a little too tricky for young children, adults can easily set up these play tents and tunnels.

Playhut doesn’t make these to withstand decades of active play, but they are great for the years that young children will play with them. And that keeps the cost down too. These are affordable play tents and tunnels for children.

Storybook Play Time

The most popular storybooks and shows for kids are turned into great play tents and tunnels for kids. Everything from Thomas the Tank to Minnie Mouse and a world of discovery.

Continuing Play with Indoors and Outdoors

Playhut makes their play tents and tunnels so that they can be connected to each other. If you get several sets, you can create a huge world for your kids to enjoy pretend time. You and your children can be very creative in setting up an activity world.

These tents work well as indoor activity centers for kids. On those rainy or cold days, beds and floors can become an imagination house. But, on nice days, pop up your play tents and tunnels in the yard. Let your kids have plenty of fun in the fresh air. When the play day is over, just collapse the tents and put them away for the next day.

Then you need to deal with a family game night and young children, try using one of these play tents and tunnels. Maybe the older kids will get involved, too!

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  1. Cynthia says:

    My children always loved tunnels and tents. We used to make their tents with blankets and chairs. These featured tents sure would have been a lot easier! Totally awesome!

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