Rated 5 out of 5 by 3
Rated 5 out of 5 by OccasionalCamper2 Roomy Tent
I purchased this tent for an October camping weekend. The week before I practiced putting the tent up myself as my husband wouldn't be any help because he just had knee surgery. I successfully put the tent up in 15 minutes. I needed assistance with putting the top layer over the tent.
I was able to fit a queen and twin air mattress in the tent and still had room to move and for our two duffle bags.
I liked the high pockets so that my 5 year old couldn't gain access to car keys and cell phone.
November 18, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by MenloMom Great family tent.
I have the smaller Copper Canyon Tent (10 x 10) that holds 5 people, I just purchased the larger Copper Canyon 8 person tent (10 x 13) for my family of four. I put two queen air mattresses in the tent and still have room to move and store clothing, the smaller tent was fine with one queen air mattress, but tight with two.
The tent is easy to assemble. While it may be easier to put up with two people, I was able to set up and take down by myself. The tent is large, be sure to stake it for stability. I did not set up the netting for the roof or the room separator, but they are certainly nice features. I like the front and back doors and the fact that you can get a lot of ventilation by opening all of the windows. The tent is heavy. I am looking forward to camping in Oregon in August.
July 10, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5
by pugpeople0520 Well worth the money!!!
We bought this purely on the size - needed room for three cots and wanted enough height to stand up when changing clothes etc. The quality is top notch - materials feel strong, poles are solid without being over the top and the features are everything they touted them to be.
I would recommend printing the set up instruction from Eureka's website before setting it up the first time for review as they package the instructions in the pole bag which was wrapped in the tent.
The "test" set up in the front yard was a little frustrating...until we figured out the pole placements. Went up in 25-30 minutes with two adults.
The first real campground set-up was done with my wife in under 10 minutes. Would be pretty difficult with one person, but i bet it could be done.
Amazing amount of space. We had three cots, a large plastic tub and duffle bag and still had lots of space to walk around. No rain that trip, so I can't comment on the rain performance. Temps got down to the mid 40's and I only saw two drops of condensation on the under-side of the fly.
Take-down was smooth and quick. I would recommend getting a larger duffel bag for the tent - the included nylon carry bag is small and thin. We used a canvas top loading duffel.
I would recommended this to anyone
October 7, 2012