Mini play tent for children

Availability: In stock (359)
Are you interested in a larger purchase? Please contact us via

Mini tent for children

The wholesaler has a play tent for your little princes and princesses. This mini-tent is reminiscent of a real castle and thus guarantees many hours of fun. Let your children enjoy this funny item, which brings them also outdoors. This play tent is very easy to install and within a short time you will have a sturdy mini-tent thanks to the support of tent poles. The door can easily be rolled up, so you always have a good view of the kids. The play tent comes in a handy carrying bag. You can easily take the play tent along anywhere you go.


Order the mini tent now in our wholesale

Children can play pleasantly everywhere if you give them the right tools. This mini-tent is built very quickly both at home, on a trip or on vacation and then you do not have to worry about the children havng fun anymore. The play tent is perfect for kids between 2 and 7 years. They will be able to entertain themselves for hours in this tipi. because they will imagine whole stories. Moreover, they will create their own cozy playing world. Of course, safety has been thought of. The play tent is made of fire retardant polyester. Furthermore, this item is easy to clean. Ideal when the kids play coffee time with real cakes or other goodies. This play tent is made for many years of fun.


Specifications of the mini tent from our wholesale

Playing in a real castle is what every child wants. Make your child a real knight or lady with this cute mini-tent from our wholesale. The tipi is available in pink and blue, which will make both boys and girls really happy.

  • Available in pink and blue
  • Size of 135 x 105 x 105 cm
  • Made of fire retardant polyester
  • Soft material and easily foldable
  • Suitable for children aged 2-7 years
  • Always keep an eye out
0 stars based on 0 reviews
By using our website, you agree to the usage of cookies to help us make this website better. Hide this message More on cookies »