Serenity Ultralight NetTent

Sale price$150.00

A simple solution to bugs and pests. Period.

1 Person NetTent | Best for:

  • Thru Hiking
  • Bikepacking
  • Bug filled Adventures

In stock, ships within 1 business day*

Pickup available at 8250 Southwest Nimbus Avenue

Usually ready in 24 hours

Serenity NetTent one person ultralight Netting Tent

Serenity Ultralight NetTent

8250 Southwest Nimbus Avenue

Pickup available, usually ready in 24 hours

8250 Southwest Nimbus Avenue
Beaverton OR 97008
United States

⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Don't be Afraid to Sleep Outside!!

"Probably my favorite piece of gear now! Use it on a beautiful night or pitch the Gatewood Cape over it for wind/rain/snow protection. My suggestion.. Find a surreal setting and enjoy the views!!" - Dirtbag Outside


11 OZ – 312 G Solo NetTent

A simple solution to bugs and pests. Period.

Sometimes the best solution is the simplest. The Serenity NetTent provides a simple solution to dealing with insects and mice and other creepy crawlies. Its small footprint means you can set it up anyplace. It is a great solution for a bug-free night of camping in fair weather or for those sticking to open shelters on the Appalachian Trail.


The Serenity has a large over-sized door to make entering and exiting easy. No need to shimmy out of a long tube. Nor do you need to detach it from a cape or tarp when exiting. The ends of the Serenity are 8" tall. This effectively lengthens the floor and raises the netting off your face.

For hikers on the Appalachian Trail who spend many nights in shelters, the Serenity is the perfect companion. Since it takes up no more space than a bivy you won't be crowding out your neighbors. Yet it's easy to hang from the roof and guaranteed to keep the mice at bay.

The Serenity is the perfect mate for either the Gatewood Cape or Deschutes Tarp. Used together, the two make a great lightweight double-wall shelter. And on nice nights, simply set the Serenity up by itself and you've got a great star gazing shelter.


Quick Connect easily mates with Gatewood Cape or Deschutes Tarp.

Full Zippered Entrance

Standalone Setup for clear nights when you simply need some bug protection.

Ultra-light No-See-Um Netting

Easy Setup

Bathtub Floor

Reinforced corners

Bathtub Floor Depth Sides: 3"

Bathtub Floor Depth Ends: 8"





Ships With

NetTent, Stuff Sacks, Guy lines

Pack Size

10" x 5" | 25 cm x 13 cm


11 oz | 312 g


6 (Sold Separately)


Light Grey



30D Silicone Coated Nylon


20D No-See-Um


#3 YKK





Single 45" Pole(sold separately)


Side Entry

Floor Area

15 ft² | 1.4 m²

Floor Dimensions

84" x 26" | 214 cm x 66 cm

Customer Reviews

Based on 11 reviews
Carl Selmer IV

Used it during a overnight on the midstate trail - it was flawless

Great little nettent to pair with Gatewood.

This works well with the gatewood cape. It’s very cozy though. Only issue with it is they need to add some sorta guy-out on the foot and head to pull it off your face a bit. I modified mine myself by cutting some half dollar round pieces of thin pack cloth and sewing them to the inside of the netting on foot and head then passing a darning needle thru with a small piece of elastic and a tiny hook on one end and a microcord lock on the other end for adjustment.
It’d be nice if SMD would make this adjustment themselves but I guess a little DIY never hurt anybody. Overall I like the tent and I use it in my cricket as well.

James T.
Pairs brilliantly with my Gatewood Cape!

I’ve had my Gatewood Cape for over a decade and had always paired it with a TI Goat Ptarmigan bivy I already owned. But the bivy turned up missing as I prepared for a recent 5 day/55 mile trip in the high Sierra. I got the Serenity net tent as a replacement and loved it. My Serenity weighs 10.0 oz in the stuff sack, so only about 3 oz weight penalty vs the bivy. I’m happy to make the trade off for the much roomier Serenity. I’m 5’ 10” and 155 lbs and found the Serenity plenty roomy for me and all my gear. I could sit upright with room to spare. The modular design of the Gatewood + Serenity allowing me to cowboy camp, use net tent only, or go full protection with both is a nearly ideal shelter set up for me.

The NetTent needs some tweaks for a guy my height.

The netting touched my body during a mild breeze. In my opinion, guyout loops (or something) is needed on each end of the NetTent to prevent the netting from draping onto my feet and head. The angle of the netting on each end is too steep for a person my size. I really wanted to like it, as there is not much out there quite like it.

Great for bikepacking!

Works great!