One of the major disadvantages of sleeping on the ground is, well, sleeping on the ground. A standard tent is vulnerable to moisture under the footprint, and the cold ground can suck warmth away from campers. An “overland” style tent solves those problems by moving quarters up to the rooftop of your vehicle. Virtually any rig capable of supporting a rack system can be outfitted with a rooftop tent, which is like having a treehouse on wheels. Overland tents set up and break down quickly and are available with separate awnings to create an enclosed ground-level annex. If you are tired of the bugs and the wet associated with sleeping on the ground, maybe it’s time to move upstairs.