On a cross country trip doing a mix of GFC camping and staying with friends. Just slept three nights in the GFC in eastern Kentucky in a pretty humid place, night-time temps were in the 20s to 40s. Condensation is almost unbearable. The entire roof, tent is completely soaked in the morning so if you want to get out of camp before the sun can dry it out you gotta wipe the whole thing down with a towel which I would say only works OK. We are sleeping with the windows open either all the way or at least halfway, have the v2 tent, not sleeping by a creek or water source.
For anyone who has made the cut and put a ceiling fan in, has this in any way helped with condensation? Is my only option a diesel heater to get some warm dry air? Any other thoughts?
Soaked in Kentucky