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  1. 10 months ago
    solid stakes
    These are solid stakes, much better than the flimsy ones that come with most tents. These are all I use when car camping, but have lighter ones for backpacking. I've found it helps to use a tent stake puller instead of the claw of a hammer to pull these out as that's when I tend to break the plastic piece.
  2. 3 years ago
    Good product
    You definitely want to use this nails instead of the ones that usually come with a tent. This ones are strong and really help secure the tent to the ground. A must when going camping.
  1. 11 months ago
    These really hold!
    I got these to hold our new gazebo down in Texas dirt and weather. We finally had some winds, and the gazebo is still there. Couldn't be more pleased with these stakes!
  1. 3 years ago
    Initial Review
    Just bought this and set it up in the living room before the outdoor test. Went together fast as shown Found it in the store at almost half of other online prices. Make sure to get bigger stakes, seems sturdy enough for winds. Will re-rate after my first windy-rain experience. Bought to overnight on a small sailing catamaran, will fit on the trampoline when assembled.... Ps...fits back in the bag easily....
  1. 3 years ago
    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;(
  2. 1 year ago
    Great Tent for the price!
    Don't listen to the other reviews about leaking. These folks obviously have never tented before. You ALWAYS waterproof a tent for the first time before you take it out in the elements. 1 or 2 cans of silicone spray and 30 minutes time (to spray it and let it dry), and you're all set. For harsher rain, you can also seal the seams with a seam sealer or mix of silicone and mineral spirits. Most, if not all, inexpensive nylon tents leak if not waterproofed before use (unless you spend $400-$500 on a ... read more more expensive tent.) Now, on to this tent... Roomy and durable! Me and my 3 kids + Girlfriend and her 3 kids easily fit with room to spare for clothing, boots, etc. It was fairly windy that weekend, and it held up very well, and we stayed dry. There's not much more you can ask for or say about a tent; there's no basement with a pool table, or a back deck with a hot tub... it's a tent.
  1. 3 years ago
    Dry weather only
    We were so excited to treat ourselves to a new tent after using the same trusty Ozark Trails tent from Wal-Mart for 15 years. For one, sleeping 10 people in the Magellan Retreat is nigh on impossible, since we couldn't fit four twin sized air mattresses without someone touching the side walls of the tent, which brings us to the rain problem. The rain fly is too small. The screen porch area is not protected by the rain fly and fills up to a lake, and the slope of the side walls is greater than ... read more the rainfly's coverage, so water started seeping in the walls. We had to cut our trip short since there was simply little to no rain protection in this tent. Our previous tent had handled many storms like a pro and we never wished for it back more than this trip. I don't think tents are returnable, so I guess this will just be a $130 mistake. Sadly, I won't trust the brand again for tents, so will be looking at other brands to replace the leaky Retreat. Maybe be good for desert camping, but that's about all I can think of.
  2. 2 years ago
    Leaks like a sieve
    I purchased the tent in early July for a July/August camping trip. The Tent tore at two corners near the loops for the stakes, the rain fly is too small so any wind driven rain at all comes in underneath the rain fly. The top of the windows do not zip. Again, wind driven moisture seeps in the top of the windows. The fly doesn't cover the porch and the floor holds the leakage like a small pond that you must wade through in and out of the tent. Additional tiedowns and stakes are needed on the ... read more sides of the tent to protect against wind otherwise it bellows like a sail. It took 4 experienced campers more than an hour to setup the tent including staking out the rain fly. I do not recommend this product for anything. 130.00, used it one time and it is going in the trash.
  1. 3 months ago
    Braided Nylon Cord
    I use this on my boat and is so easy to tie knots also very strong !
  2. 4 years ago
    Not your typical use for this cord
    I use this cord as wicks for wick watering small plants. It has excellent wicking properties and resist deterioration for a long time. I haven't found the end of it's useful life yet. Since I use it in 7" peices, I can't speak on it's intended purpose, but for fellow plant people, I highly recommend this product.
  1. 2 years ago
    Best Bang for your Buck
    I love this tent. It's HUGE! Sets up in under ten minutes, folds up compact, and is very lightweight. First night we had this tent out in poured rain and we didn't feel a drop. I really enjoy the height of this dome tent, you don't feel like you're crouching the whole time. Fits 2 people and a dog with room for more. We used 2 inflatable queen mattresses and that worked nicely.
  2. 2 years ago
    Incredible value. Extremely easy to put up and take down. There are a lot of small touches that give evidence of depth of experience in tent design -- especially in zipper placements, tie backs, and rain fly. Size for weight is very impressive. And I join others in commenting on delight in getting it easily back into its carrying bag. For $50 it is is an incredible value for occasional camping.
  1. 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.
  2. 1 month ago
    Good product
    Been using it for years. Works well and last well.
  1. 2 years ago
    Great product
    Great product, reasonable price, fast shipping. So glad I found this company online!
  1. 3 years ago
    Works great
    I broke a pole section on my tent during a trip. I didn't want to buy a new tent just for a pole. This product is the perfect tent pole repair kit. Easy to use, although you will need a saw some tape. Poles are long so they can be cut to fit. The little pull wire works great, when taped properly. And a smart user will take the bend out of the handle on the wire and keep feeding pole sections as needed. It took me about thirty minutes from start to finish. Now I have a perfectly good tent and ... read more spare poles for my next trip.
  2. 3 years ago
    Not intuitive
    Novice tent maintainer. I am currently trying to Google instructions / examples / pictures for help. The directions in the package are very slim, not clear, and include no pictures. I am attempting to replace a pole for a Coleman tent. May have been better off trying to find a complete pole. This kit does appear to be similar to the type that Coleman sells on its website, but I've not actually seen before.
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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.