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Coleman 8-Person Red Canyon Tent
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- Family camping tent can accommodate eight campers; measures 17 by 10 feet with a 72-inch center height
- Included room dividers allow you to create three separate rooms
- Coleman's exclusive Weathertec System is guaranteed to keep you dry from unexpected wet weather on your camping trip
- Tent setup is easy with its shock-corded poles and easy-to-follow assembly instructions; includes separate storage bags for tent, poles, and stakes
- Cool-Air port and Variflo adjustable venting system allows you to adjust airflow and access gear
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|Dimensions||9.5 inches x 25.25 inches x 9.5 inches||76 inches x 120 inches x 216 inches||11.5 inches x 34.5 inches x 13 inches||55 inches x 82.7 inches x 161 inches|
|Item Weight||11 kilograms||21.1 pounds||12 pounds||15.8 pounds|
|Specific Uses For Product||family camping||family camping||backpacking||backpacking;family camping|
|Number Of Doors||1||2||1||1|
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It's easier to set up than you would think. I'm a 5'7", 130-lb woman and set it up by myself. The instructions are attached to the inside of the bag next to the zipper (as they always are on Coleman tents with zipper bags). It took about 30 minutes because attaching the guylines takes a little while, as does finding spots to drive the stakes w/o hitting rocks. Once the guylines are attached, you don't have to do it again. The most frustrating part was raising the center poles by myself. They are very long and really could use 4 hands instead of 2, but after fiddling with them just right I got them up in 10 minutes or so. With 2 hands, they tend to just fall over and make S shapes instead of dome shapes due to their length vs. strength. But like I said, I got them up. The sides poles are easy. The poles are color-coded (per the instructions) with red or grey stickers, but after you set the tent up once, you can tell which poles are which w/o needing the color coding. The side poles are thinner than the center dome poles. Our poles were not red and grey like the poles in the picture on this website. They were all black.
The inside of the tent is very roomy and attractive, with some gold accents on the white areas of the tent. I like the white - it adds a very current look to the tent.
The room dividers come detatched, and attach with loops. The zipper on the only door to the tent is doing fine so far, but on all of our older Coleman D-door dome tents the zippers have eventually broken after a few years, so we'll see with this one.Read more ›
When we got to our campsite, we set the tent up. There were 3 of us setting it up, and it probably took about 20 minutes. I chalk that up to never setting this tent up before. It wasn't difficult at all, it's just like most tents. Spread the tent out, stake the tent down, put the shock poles together, slide them through the pockets, stand the tent up. (There were some other steps of course, and some tents vary the order.) Anyone can do it. The rainfly and room dividers were quick and simple too. We were expecting scattered thunderstorms and heavy winds, so we staked down the guylines on the rainfly, but the weather turned out to be perfectly sunny and warm all trip. My point is, this tent is as easy as it gets to set up.
We read that some people were having issues with the zippers. Knowing this, we were gentle with them and had no issues. A couple of our friends got the same tent as us (can't beat this deal on Amazon!) and had zipper issues. It looked like they stretched the front of their tent a little too taut, so the zipper couldn't zip all the way. The zipper then got stuck on one of the flaps over it and remained lodged there.Read more ›
experiences with two different tents. (Indoor pools in our tent)
There are two panels you can hang to divide the space. My kids each had their own room on the ends.
We liked the little mesh panel for the ceiling used for a small cargo hold.
"There are some serious discrepancies with the Coleman Red Canyon tent being supplied by Amazon. I returned one immediately after receiving it as it is not as described and the replacement was exactly the same as the first tent.
Description on Amazon:
1/ Red Canyon is the Grand Canyon of Tents! Made Coleman right, for tough wind, wet and weather conditions.
- No chance! during fairly heavy wind and rain, this tent was being blown all over the place resulting in rain
coming in through the mesh sides and the tent collapsing resulting in a night sleeping in the car.
2/ Variflo adjustable ventilation system. Access gear or change airflow with the Cool-Air port and privacy window
- No, the original Red Canyon tent which was available around 5 years ago (which looks the same on the outside)
has zipped covers over the mesh to adjust the air flow. The one supplied now does not. The roof is basically a
huge mesh cover and there are 2 more mesh sides which can not be closed off so when it is windy, it will just
gust through the tent. If it is windy, cold and wet - good luck - you won't be staying dry...
3/ Comes in a new expandable carry bag
- No, the original Red Canyon tent did come with a very handy expandable bag making it much easier to pack the
tent.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This tent is huge! Funny thing was when we were setting it up everyone was laughing because we went from a 30' trailer to tent camping ... Read morePublished 1 day ago by Linda Cravinho
Very large and roomy. Definitely a traveling in car setting up camp tent. Too big to carry but we have a family of 5 and fit a cot and 2 queen air mattresses with room to move... Read morePublished 1 day ago by A little bit of everything
This is a very large and spacious tent. It was very simple to put up, only took me 15 minutes or so from start to finish. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Alex F.
Love this tent! It's huge and a perfect fit for two Queen size blow up mattress, with room to spare.Published 2 days ago by Amazon Customer
Got to use the Coleman 8 person Red Canyon Tent this past weekend.. very simple and easy to set up! Plenty of room.. Read morePublished 2 days ago by Amazon Customer
Great tent!! Huge! At one point we had two queen mattresses and 1 twin, 7 boys slept in it great! Easy and quick setup. Read morePublished 3 days ago by jennifer tiel matthews
Pretty good tent. I read all the reviews before buying it and was concerned about rain getting in. I also purchased seam sealer HOWEVER, when I did my trial run of assembling the... Read morePublished 3 days ago by agalanto