The extended awning of the 6-Person Montana™ Cabin Camping Tent helps keep your tent cleaner and drier by preventing the tracking in of dirt and mud. Enjoy additional weather protection with angled windows, an included rainfly, and a WeatherTec™ system that keeps water from getting in.
Included rainfly offers extra weather protection
Extended door awning provides cover for storing shoes and gear
Angled windows let in light and keep out rain
Sets up in as fast as 15 minutes
Dimensions: 12 x 7 ft.
Center height: 5 ft. 8 in.
Fits 2 queen-size air beds
Carry bag included for easy storage
1-year limited warranty
Rated 1 out of
Bad instructions, not made wellThis tent was a mess. The instructions showed that we were missing two poles, one of which went in the door. The actual door didn't even have a slot or place for a pole, so it's as if the instructions were for a different tent. Its a tent door that can be rolled up and secured if you wish to do so. Next problem was the tightness. When it was finally put together, the door was so tight that that it was bursting at the zipper seem. It was too tight. The tent was very spacious, but the inadequacies were enough to make us mad. Every other Coleman tent we've used has been perfect, but this one was annoying. Also, water got in through the front somehow. I hate this tent.
Date published: 2018-08-05
Rated 4 out of
Owned for 20 years. Very happy.This is a classic four pole ten plus one in the rain fly. I've used this tent about 8 nights per year for about 20 years. No defect or problems at all due to manufacturing. Pair this tent with two cots a hanging light and a small fold up table and two people could spend a long time together.
Date published: 2018-06-29
Rated 4 out of
Roomy and affordableBought this for my family to go camping. We camp regularly and we’re replacing an old 1980s tent. We like the shape and roominess, however on our second trip, one of the fiberglass tent poles snapped. We are not sure why since we weren’t at the tent when it happened. It also put a hole in the tent where the pole goes through. We have since replaced the section of tent pole with coleman’s Repair kit, but in my opinion it should last longer. I’m glad they offer repair parts, but maybe that is also an indication of something. Overall, for the price we paid, it has done well. Just requires some care from time to time.
Date published: 2019-06-17
Rated 3 out of
Started good, but now drips inside on damp nightsI've had this tent for a few years and use it a lot (average 10 camping trips a summer). It started out great, but at the end of last year I noticed moisture dripping from the fly into the tent. This summer it has gotten much worse. I now have to cover all of my gear at night to keep it dry. The dripping wakes me up, either from the noise of the water hitting the floor/gear or on me (not an ideal way to wake up, especially at 3 am). I've owned many tents and this is a first for me. The only other issue I've had is a broken pole, which I was able to repair with a kit.
It's a decent size, but doesn't easily accommodate a queen mattress.
I like the small vestibule on the front.
Date published: 2020-08-09
Rated 5 out of
Fast and easy to useIt took us about 5 minutes total to put up. I think my 5 year old could have done it himself if he were tall enough. It was durable and stayed cool in 80 degree weather
Date published: 2018-02-16
Rated 5 out of
Durable, Affordable & Parts AvailabilityThis is similar to the one that we had, but our grandchildren have it for there family now. My family’s tent was a much older style so l really can’t give good review of the tents of today. I can only go by what I know about the company & quality of their products. In our family we Coleman products that have through 3 generations so far & still working fine without any repairs.The style of our tent was divided into 3 rooms, middle & each end. We had a lot of Coleman products. My husband passed, but I still drive long distances to site see & I still have our Hot/Cold plug-in Cooler with me all the time. It was the first or second one that came out way back & that’s when the tent was bought along with 2 stoves, 4 sleeping bags, 2 lanterns, catalytic heater. Most all went to the grandkids except sleeping bags(they wore out). Everyone is getting use out of them
now in Colorado where they live.
Date published: 2019-06-18
Rated 2 out of
very difficult to put upit was good once it was finally up and it was good to sleep in. I liked the sheltered doorway. but it was a real pain to put up.
Date published: 2017-10-31
Rated 3 out of
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Affordable and easy setupThe only reason for three stars is you have to use at least three rain fly tie down ropes for young scouts it will not be feasible for them. If you could redesign it for no rain fly tie downs then I will give five stars.