Ozark Trail 14′ x 10′ Family Cabin Tent, Sleeps 10

February 26, 2019 - Comment

The Ozark Trail Ten Person Family Cabin Tent is a spacious cabin style tent with large windows on all sides. It includes a room divider to make separate living and sleeping spaces and the center height leaves a lot of room to move around. This tent also features a gear loft and electrical cord access.

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(as of March 22, 2019 9:23 pm GMT+0000 - Details)

The Ozark Trail Ten Person Family Cabin Tent is a spacious cabin style tent with large windows on all sides. It includes a room divider to make separate living and sleeping spaces and the center height leaves a lot of room to move around. This tent also features a gear loft and electrical cord access. In addition, it comfortably fits two queen airbeds or up to 10 campers in sleeping bags on the floor.

Product Features

  • Fits 2 queen-sized airbeds, Sleeps 10, 2-room tent, Measures 14′ x 10′, Product in Inches (L x W x H): 168.0 x 120.0 x 86.0
  • Durable 68D coated polyester fabric for lasting rain protection
  • Fully taped factory-sealed seams provide dry zone camping with leak protection
  • Factory welded 6″ tub floor, Electrical cord access
  • Rainfly included, Carry bag included, Gear loft included, Tent stakes included

Comments

Anonymous says:

I’m impressed. Not only is this tent easy to set up, it withstood a thunderstorm with heavy down pour one day and straight line winds and heavy rain the next day. Not one drop of rain got inside and the winds were so strong that one side was almost flat. We did buy stronger stakes though.

Anonymous says:

I would get another tent. Poor materials and workmanship I usually write very positive reviews. This one will not be however. The tent is large and spacious. I am currently in contact with the seller about refunding or exchanging. 1 trip camping and there is a hole in the bottom, and the fabric over the door has about a 1′ long rip in it. It was windy, but neither of these defects have anything to do with wind.The floor is extremely thin, as the cot wore a hole in it the first night (No rocks under tent) and when the door was used the tear…

Anonymous says:

It’s easy to set up The tent is huge. It’s easy to set up, once YOU figure out how, as the directions are not remotely clear. Aside from all of that, there is only ONE hiccough that I can say is that the zipper is awful; I’m not sure why it was set up this way.

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