Set up a home base with some extra sleeping space with the Coleman® Red Canyon™ 8-Person Tent. If it rains, the included rainfly and the WeatherTec™ system with its patented welded floors and inverted seams will help you stay dry. Additionally, a door awning helps to keep the water out. A ground vent increases air circulation to help you stay cool and comfortable. Setup is simple with snag-free, continuous pole sleeves and the patented pin-and-ring system. Inside, there's enough room to stretch out on three queen-sized airbeds, and storage pockets help to keep small items organized. When it's time to head home, the tent fits into an included carry bag for easy storage and transport.
WeatherTec™ system – patented welded floors and inverted seams help keep water out
Snag-free, continuous pole sleeves for easy setup
Patented pin-and-ring system secures your poles to your tent
Ground vent for increased ventilation
Door awning helps keep the rain out
Storage pockets to keep your gear organized
Durable, Polyguard™ fabric is made to last season after season
Rated 5 out of
Withstood PA weather torture test!!!!!I purchased this tent for camping with my family. We have had it set up in our back yard now for a week. We just had a nasty storm go through with torrential down pour and high wind. The tent did partially collapse from the wind pushing on the flexible poles and one stake pulled out of the ground. I went out as soon as the wind died down and pulled up on the collapsed pole and it sprung right back into place and shape. After the storm I found a little water in the corners and maybe a 1/4 cup of water that came in through the ground vent while the tent was collapsed. Overall it did GREAT!!! no rips that I have found so far and still standing.
Date published: 2019-07-11
Rated 2 out of
Quality comes at a price - Cheap PolesI was excited to set up my new tent in my backyard and was pretty bummed out to find that I had a broken rain fly pole right out of the package. I still wanted to set up the tent so I splinted the pole. After set up the second rain fly pole broke within 30 minutes. Overall the tent seems decent with easy setup and a good size. But the sacrificed on quality to produce an inexpesive product. Buyer beware. I would not recommend this to anyone looking for a tent that will last more than a couple of trips.
Date published: 2019-07-21
Rated 4 out of
Broken rain fly polesLike most people my rainfly poles broke after 2 uses. This fix may work for you. The poles are about 1 inch too long. I fixed the broken poles by punching the broken tip out of the metal sleeve with a small screwdriver. Then you can break these small 1 inch sections of fiberglass off of the elastic string with a hammer or I used a flat wire cutter to split mine off. Worked great after that. Now they are the proper length.
Date published: 2019-06-15
Rated 3 out of
Great tent expect for in windWe bought this tent, as a back up to the other one we have, since we have a family of 5. I like that its big, easy to put up! The only thing that I do not like about the tent is that its not great for the wind! We live in North Dakota and its windy here. The tent collapsed, multiple times on our camping trip due to the wind. To the point where my husband gave up and we packed up everything and went home.
Don't get me wrong its a great tent. We like it. Its just not built to with stand the wind of North Dakota. Either that or we set it up wrong.
Date published: 2020-06-15
Rated 4 out of
affordableBought for camping with grandkids. Holds our gear and bedding just fine. Room for all and then some.Has held up in all types of weather with only minor leaking at corners where stakes are.
Date published: 2019-02-25
Rated 5 out of
Seamless FloorWe used this a couple of nights at an event and I was pleased that the floor is a solid piece tarp with no seams through it. It held up well to light-medium mud, and kept the rain off us. I do recommend setting it up once at home before taking it out. We ended up having to pitch it at 11:00 at night and it was a lot harder than it would have been if we knew what we were doing. Now that we've set it up once, I would say this is a VERY easy tent to set up, provided you read the directions and do it in order. It came down like a peach and folded up nicely into the provided bag.
Date published: 2019-09-03
Rated 1 out of
Cheap productJust bought this Red Canyon tent last year (having to replace one I bought the year before because of EXACT same problem). Already both rain fly poles have broken (this 4th July weekend) - while just doing their job of holding up the rain fly. No wind, nothing except normal tension. Trying to find the correct replacement kit, but when I click on specifications for the rain fly "replacement" kit tab there is NO information. As many others have mentioned this may be a repair, instead of a replacement kit (you would think they would update the product description). I need to know what is included, what are the dimensions (length, diameter, etc.) and the quantity of EACH part. Reading elsewhere these poles may be too large diameter and not long enough (if I wanted to repair the whole length as a true replacement kit would do).
Date published: 2020-07-18
Rated 1 out of
Broken poles w/in 1 hr!Just purchased this tent. I was sealing seams and setting it up prior to our first trip out. I literally heard 2 poles (rainfly awning) snap within 1 hour for no reason. It's a low quality, cheaply made product. Guaranteed to get you wet in the rain.