Hammock Tents Will Make You Feel Like You're Sleeping On A Cloud (Photos)

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Drifting off to sleep as you gaze up at the brilliant night sky sounds pretty awesome.

That is, until you remember camping involves stuffing yourself into an insulated bag and lying on top of sharp, pointy rocks that jab you in the back all night long.

But before you give up on your beloved camping trips, you should know there's an awesome new tent that will finally put an end to your outdoor sleeping struggles once and for all.

Behold, the hammock tent.

That's right, traditional camping has just been taken to the next level since you can now sleep peacefully in a badass hammock tent that comfortably cradles you in mid-air.

All you have to do is find the perfect spot (trees arranged in a triangle shape tend to work best), set this bad boy up and within no time, you'll be lying in a floating tent that pretty much feels like sleeping on a big fluffy cloud.

If you're wondering how you can get your hands on one of these incredible tents, you'll be glad to know that Eagles Nest Outfitters, Tentsile and Clark Jungle Hammock have all jumped on the floating tent trend with a variety of styles and prices that are sure to make you a happy camper.

Hammock tents take your camping endeavors to a whole new level of awesome.

These badass hammock tents lift you off the ground...

...and let you sleep while suspended in mid-air.

So now you can snooze under the stars...

...without being stabbed in the back by a bunch of rocks.

There's a hammock tent to turn every type of adventure-seeker into a happy camper.

Prices for an Eagles Nest Outfitters hammock tent range from $64 to $250.

The mid-priced Clark Jungle Hammock tents typical go for $389 to $500.

Or, if you're going for the full-on glamping experience, Tensile offers a wide range of hammock tents that start at $495 and go all the way up to $1,400.

Once you get the hang of this floating tent, maneuvering in and out of it is a breeze.

However, they don't recommend setting these bad boys up much higher than 4 feet off the ground.

The laws of gravity can be pretty cruel and really bring you down. Hard.

Citations: Hammock Tents Will Have You Sleeping In The Heavens (Huffington Post)