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  1. 1 year ago
    Worthless
    this does not have a floor so the lower sides are raised above the ground by about 6 inches in the center region. Mosquitoes fly low too! I added a 26 inch piece of rip stop nylon along the entire bottom edge to roll onto the ground and make this work. Unless you are willing to modify, don't waste your money!
  2. 1 year ago
    Lots of room
    We got this for our fishing and camping trips to block the sun and bugs. It is big enough to fit our family of 5 under comfortably with extra room. We are thrilled! It has a lot of room for a little price.
  1. 3 years ago
    NOT rain proof!!!!
    Thirdly, the first one I purchase had to be returned due to having an hole in the tub...right out of the box. Secondly, when I opened the second tent on site, I noticed in four (4) areas where the thread was coming loose. And finally, the number one reason not to buy this tent...I leaked like a running faucet when it rained. OMG...we spent 5 hours, yes, 5 hours with 4 towels and 2 tee shirts off our backs to continuous soak up the water that leaked in through the seams, ringing out the towels ... read more and shirts all night long. Do not buy this tent!!!
  2. 3 years ago
    Leaks
    We were very excited about our first Cub Scout overnite trip. It rained on our first night and we woke up during the night to puddles of water in the tent.  Majority of the night was spent soaking up the water. Very disappointed. Thought we safe with a Magellan product. Found out we were not safe the hard way;(
  1. 3 years ago
    Wanted leak-proof
    Didn't get it. We used our new tent for the first time, and are pleased overall. The windows are great when the sun is out; however, we also endured two nights of deluge-quality rain. The weathertek system didn't deliver on leak-proof, BUT I will admit that our old Coleman cabin tent (retired in good shape after 19 years) would have flooded under the same conditions. The fly did drop to the screen roof and allow leakage, resulting in a few small puddles. Getting in and out the door was a soaking ... read more affair, and I don't think a "porch" tarp would help, since fly would still be dropping water over the door. Also, my wife really liked the light, but didn't care for the fact that the overhead connector broke when taking the tent down.
  2. 1 week ago
    Huge Tent, Love It
    Bought his tent last week and due to circumstances out of my control I've been living in it with my 5 dogs. I couldn't have picked a more roomier tent. This tent truly is huge. Love the light and fan feature, never had a tent like this before. Seriously we could sleep more if we wanted. Glad my husband spotted this one. It was easy to setup and its already been through 2 bad thunderstorms. Really thought the first one was going to ruin it but it didn't. No leaks and the light and fan still work, ... read more it runs on 4 D batteries. Very sweet tent, and I'd say worth the price. I love my new temporary house.
  1. 1 month ago
    Good product
    Been using it for years. Works well and last well.
  2. 2 years ago
    This Stuff Works Great
    My husband loves this for his motorcycle seat and I've used it on leather like vinyl seats. After 3 years of almost daily use the product stays on, doesn't move or start to pull up.
  1. 2 years ago
    Features!
    I love how much room there is and the extra protection from bugs, great tent all around.
  2. 2 years ago
    Looks cool but poorly constructed
    I bought this tent last weekend which was July 11th to surprise my son with a camping trip for his 9th birthday. Needless to say it was hottttt! We did have several fans but with the rain fly on it made it almost impossible for any circulation of outside air. I debated taking it off which soon to find out dark clouds roll in so thank God we were out enjoying the water while we can. It did end up raining for like 20 minutes not very hard. Of course it held up well inside the sauna of death which ... read more no one would go in till night! Lol we all huddled bY all I mean me 5'4" 130 n friend 5'5" and 3 kids sat down in the screened in porch area. We go wet a little but not as bad as standing out in the pouring rain! The "porch" has a major gap in between the tent and rainfly porch area....It let a massive spider in and ant and bug it was just all around unpleasant except for the door....it didnt "seal" to well but it did close behind us when we when in and out. The zipper around the door is a little cumbersome. One final last thing is the ropes of the rain fly good lord they are all over the place! This tent is great without the rainfly which is not possible cause it always rains one of the days but with it makes it to flawed for me as an avid camper! I wasn't to worried about taking pictures of the flaws but here was mine set up!
  1. 2 years ago
    Decent tool
    Tool is decent for its intended purpose. However, after the first time using it to remove my tent from the ground it seemed as though the metal tool ended up stretching and not holding its shape so that it was more difficult to use.
  1. 10 months ago
    Good value not the most durable
    Purchase for a coleman tent I have and after one trip three of the four stakes are bent.
  2. 2 years ago
    These Stakes work great.
    I wish I would have got these stakes sooner. They hold strong in loose soil. And Academy is super quik. They said 5-7 working days for delivery. I got them in 2.
  1. 2 years ago
    Great for Solo Camp!
    I bought this tent over a year ago and absolutely love it! I do a lot of solo camping with my very large dog and it is the perfect size. So easy to put up & take down as well! The only downfall is you can't stand up, but the easy of put up, take town & transport so makes up for it!
  2. 2 years ago
    Comfortable and nicely priced!
    I bought this tent for a camping trip to Sipsey Wilderness and it worked great. Small enough to pack in but large enough for me and all my gear.
  1. 2 years ago
    tough and durable
    Great quality perfect fit for my tent....now I don't really have to worry about where I put my tent because of the footprint....made of tarp like material but better good investment if you have already bought this tent and don't feel like spending a fortune on one that already has this feature
  1. 2 months ago
    Very good lightweight tent for the money
    I bought two of these tents to take backpacking with my son this summer. Setup Very easy to set up and for the size of the tent and the thickness of the tent it weighed out at 4.3 pounds. It's not the lightest backpacking tent but for $75 for weekend or 3-day backpacking trips this worked well. Two medium size people can squeeze in but it is very roomy for one person. I did find that one of the tents had small rips at the base of the floor that had been repaired at the factory with seam tape. ... read more I'll probably take it back to Academy Sports and ask them to replace it. For the weekend backpack camper this is the best tent I have found for the money. I think the tent is perfect to use four or five times a year and the last several years. This is probably not the tent for the serious long-term Backpacker who goes many more times a year but for the occasional camping trip with my son you can't beat the price size and quality of this tent.
  2. 3 years ago
    GREAT Tent for the $$$
    This is not a tent for roominess. This is a 2 man bivy, basically. If you are not very close with the person camping with you, you will be by morning ;). If you expect that going in to it, you will be happy. If you bought it thinking you would have two cots and a cooler in there with you, you will be sadly disappointed. This is a backpacking tent, not a family cabin. I bought this at my local Academy, and LOVE it. Rained the first night. Super dry. NO condensation. I was very pleasantly ... read more surprised. We live in Oklahoma, where the humidity is 90000%. It is light, strong, and the rain fly goes almost all the way down to the ground. There is just enough room for a pack on each side, under it (between the tent and fly), and your boots (which were dryer than happy hour at the Betty Ford Clinic too). I am 5'10", and could sit up in it with a few inches to spare. The fabric is light, but strong. Zippers are great, and the seams are well sewn. Did I mention it is 5.something pounds? We used a sheet of plastic for a ground cloth. Light, cheap, and expendable. Now if I could just find a way to take the sharp edge off the boy's elbows....
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Camping Tents

Experience the great outdoors intimately with a well-crafted camping tent. Each tent for sale in this selection offers the durability to protect you from the elements and ensure a great trip. They come in a variety of styles, from traditional cabin and dome tents to fun kids' tents decorated with their favorite characters. Whatever the environment, these tents provide a comfortable place to come back to after an exciting day.

Canopy Tents

Canopy tents are great for summer outings, events and more. Use a beach tent for a bit of shade when visiting the shore, or use a pop-up tent to quickly set up a kiosk at a company function. Canopy tents and screen houses are great ways to create food preparation areas as well, so consider taking one with you on your next camping trip.

Truck Tents

Pitch a truck bed tent right in the back of your truck to keep your sleeping bag off the ground and be ready to get up and go whenever you need to. Look through a variety of truck tent sizes to find the best fit for your truck bed and enjoy a tent that takes advantage of the solid foundation and protective qualities provided by a truck.