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Pack one of these baby beach tents, along with your baby beach essentials, and you’ll relax knowing your baby’s sensitive skin is safe from the powerful sun.

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Here are the Top 5 Things to Consider when Buying a Beach Tent:

1. UV Protection The beach tent you purchase should have UV protection of at least UPF 50+ to keep your baby’s skin safe. 2. Stakes It can get windy on the beach. Make sure it comes with fillable sand bags and stakes. 3. Ventilation Along with sun protection a tent with good airflow is key! 4. Compact for Travel If you plan to fly with your baby/toddler beach tent, you’ll want it to fit in a suitcase. 5. Ease of Set-up & Take-down Pop-up tents make setting up a shade tent a breeze! Practice folding your baby tent at home before your trip to the beach.

This Pop n' Go play yard works equally well indoors as it does outdoors! From picnic to an afternoon on the beach, your baby will have plenty of room to explore.

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The California Beach Co Pop N' Go


Open the bag and it will pop right open. Having both front and back open offers plenty of ventilation. Bonus: it should easily fit in a large suitcase.

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Sunba UV Baby Beach Shade



With a 360 degree ventilation, your baby will be comfortable in this beach tent! It folds up to a diameter of 20 inches, which should still fit in a large or x-large suitcase.

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WolfWise AquaBreeze A10 Beach Tent

This beach tent comes at a good price compared to other sun tents of its size. Other features include an extended floor and 3 large mesh windows.

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Gorich Beach Tent & UV Sun Shelter


The benefit of using the KidCo PeaPod as a baby beach tent, is that you’ll get plenty of use out of it. It’s lightweight and packs small. In a supervised situation, your baby can nap on the beach in this tent.

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KidCo Peapod  Plus Travel Tent


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