Planning to camp by summer? Consider bringing with you a tent that is to be set up hammock-style, also known as the Tentsile tent.
Sky is really the only limit, as Tentsile tents go in the air and can be put up using trees as poles (similar to how one will hang a hammock) in a forest campsite or sticks forming an upside-down triangular prism skeleton for any other environment without the luxury of trees like beaches. Indeed, one is safe against flooding, roaming wild animals, insect attacks, and earth tremors which are usual culprits for any camping attempt gone wrong. The idea of an elevated camping habitation is definitely not new, but Tentsile takes it (just) a little higher.
The interiors of Tentsile tents are spacious enough for old-style tent activities and strong enough to hold inhabitants– they employ physics and tension forces to keep the structure hanging despite the weight it holds. Tentsile tents come in three different sizes made to accomodate 2 persons, 4 persons, or 8 persons.