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Coleman Hampton Family Cabin Tent (9-Person)

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  • Coleman Hampton 9-Person Family Cabin Tent

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Product Description

Coleman Hampton 9-Person Family Cabin Tent

Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 33.5 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B007FLCRHQ
  • Item model number: 2000004558
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (17 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #689,930 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Customer Reviews

It's very easy to set up.
Gilboat
All in all, we are in love with this tent and are looking forward to many more fun multi-person camping trips in the near future!
Melinda K. Sanders
I have bought many tents over the years and this has to be the best one I have ever owned.
Scott C.

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

63 of 76 people found the following review helpful By Alleiu11 on March 5, 2012
We just bought the Coleman Hampton Family Cabin today and set it up at home to check it out. My husband is 6'3" so he really prefers a tall tent and we have children so we have always had large "cabin style" tents. We thought we had found a great one, unfortunately, we decided we will return it tomorrow. I will try to explain the reasons why below to best help the next person interested in buying a large and tall family tent. Since we will not be camping in it, my review is based solely on interior/exterior features, design, ease of set up, etc.

First I will tell you what type of tent are replacing because this is what I am comparing my new tent to (for better or worse). We had a Columbia Cougar Flats family cabin style tent for 5 years that finally met it's demise. While I LOVED every feature of this tent (gear loft, cup holders, corner shelving, attached zippered room dividers) and exterior durability was great(seams/waterproofness/etc.), the zippers finally failed. So this was and is my only complaint about the Columbia Cougar Flats tent. I'm still not sure if it was a faulty product or that we had little kids ripping in and out of the tent for 5 years on A LOT of camping trips. I might go back and purchase the Cougar Flats II after setting up the Coleman Hampton family cabin this evening.

Now to the Coleman Hampton.

-Quick Clips versus Continuous Pole Sleeves
We set it up tonight and the first thing that I noticed, and was not thrilled about, were the continuous pole sleeves. If you have set up many tents you may have noticed how nice the "quick clips" are for those shock corded poles that tend to pull apart when your setting up or taking down the tent. This tent is almost entirely "sleeved" meaning that only the leg poles had clips.
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34 of 41 people found the following review helpful By AliciaC on June 23, 2012
This is a great tent. We have had it for 4+ years and have taken it camping MANY times in summer heat, rain AND snow. It's sturdy and has held up very well. We've only recently had to replace a pole and it was only $8.00 to replace the pole directly through Coleman.

I love that tall adults can stand up in it, makes it so much easier to dress! :) The large windows are great also for a good view.

We have never had a problem with the poles coming apart in the pole sleeves. If they do, you are probably pulling them too hard. And you know what? They have elastic running down the center to keep it all together.

The velcro doors are perfect. If you really think it's too much to move the rainfly, then get over it and try another tent. The door always velcros shut for us.

There is no gear holder on the ceiling due to the room divider. But really this tent is so roomy we've never needed one.

The room divider is just a piece of nylon hung in the middle of the room. It does not go all the way down or connect to the floor. If you are worried about dirt...why are you camping? If you are worried about your children coming to the other side THAT much, put them in their own tent. Or enjoying being together as a family.

We can set it up with just two people, no problem.

LOVE LOVE LOVE this tent. We got it for a great price on sale and have never looked back. Get this tent! You won't be sorry!
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16 of 18 people found the following review helpful By chazzyok on March 17, 2013
I have finally wore this tent out and getting ready to get another one. My wife and I camp out at least 12 times a year and sometimes more. We are on the 4th year with this tent and we love it. Its a shame that coleman stopped making it or anything similar. I love all of the features, shape and size of this tent. We have been thru storms, and winds from hell. We camp in Oklahoma, so sometimes the wind is brutal. I left the tent set up for two weeks on one trip where we had 70 mph gusts. No, its didn't stand up on the first setting but it did the second time even though I had to duct tape some of the poles that shattered and double stake the rain fly and poles. Favorite features are the hinged doors, love em. We usually only use one. Next is the full view mesh top. We love it when we don't have to stake the rain fly. The view is great and we love watching the stars. Rainfly is quick to install so no problem if weather comes up. We have a queen sized double height bed with end tables and two battery powered 10 fans with a mister, and make a kitchen at the other end. This leaves enough room for a sitting area and dining table too. We use two coleman cooking stoves and have a large propane heater for warmth when its cold. We have camped in this tent at around freezing up to 110 F in the shade. Hate the scorching weather camping though but with the fans its bearable. Wish list, zippered inside ceiling option for cold weather.

Downsides. Need heavier poles for windy conditions (I have replaced almost every one of the fiberglass ones). Stiff insert for door rain flap, it keeps getting stuck in the zipper if not careful to hold it out with your finger. Added holes in metal poles for staking down the tent if you aren't using the fly. I drilled my own.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Tanya I on January 21, 2013
Hub and I put this tent together for the first time in about 20 minutes yesterday. We bought it at our local Tar-jay on clearance for $206 (amazing deal!). Very sturdily built, well designed, and easy to put together. Instructions are hardly useful, but, if you've ever put a tent together, you have a good idea how it goes. The materials are quality, and the D-doors are innovative and ingenius. My kids will love those when we go on a longer trip. Floor is durable, bucket/tub style. The divider curtain has a 4-6in gap along the bottom, but we didn't think it was a big deal. Windows are large and allow for great crossflow. Overall, we love this tent and can't wait to do a long trip this summer. You won't be disappointed with this affordable, quality Coleman tent. Oh, by the way, we can fit two queen size mattresses with the divider up (into each room of the tent), and plenty of room to spare. We didn't take the divider down, but I'm sure you could fit another twin in the middle, if the divider wasn't there.
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