Coleman River Gorge 6 Person Dome Tent
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Indulge in your next trip when you pitch the Coleman« River Gorge™ Tent. With space for two airbeds and your gear, this tent sleeps six campers. The WeatherTec ™ System and awning team up to keep you dry when weather strikes, while the vented rainfly keeps your tent cool if rain storms threaten your campsite. Snag free poles and a quick set-up design round out the awesome features of this River Gorge™ tent!
- Sleeps 6
- Freestanding dome style sets up in about 10 minutes
- WeatherTec ™ System includes patented welded floors plus inverted seams to help keep you dry
- Polyguard™ fabric provides long-lasting use for the many camping seasons ahead
- 450mm waterproofing
- Rainfly vents for breathability and protection from the elements
- Spacious interior fits 2 queen airbeds
- Snag-free pole sleeves allow easy set-up
- Awning keeps water from puddling at the door
- Interior storage pockets for stashing gear and accessories
- Part of the River Gorge™ collection
- National Park Foundation limited edition color
- 2016 National Parks Edition™ color helps you celebrate the National Park Service centennial
- Manufacturer's one-year limited warranty
- Model # 20000091, 20000091-B
- Interior size: 132" x 108" x 72"
- 11' x 9' footprint
- Peak height: 6'0"
- Floor: Polyethylene
Country of Origin: United StatesWeb ID: 11492890
Rated 4.1 out of 5áby 400 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5áby Beth ok but some dislikes I have this tent and its nice and roomy and easy to set up. My dislike is the side windows do not zip up and the rain fly does not always cover the window.In windy conditions the fly flies up(excuse the pun) and one can see into parts of the tent and also lets rain in. My next tent will need to have all windows that zip. I recommend it as it has served me well, lots of room and has been great in severe winds. May 22, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5áby Jesse27 great tent This won't see extrme use but I'm pretty sure it can stand up to quite a bit. Easy setup and made with good materials and high quality stitching. May 14, 2016
Rated 4 out of 5áby cvaladez Decent 3 Seasons Tent for the price I bought this tent in blue on a whimp while at my local Dick's last year. It was a HUGE clearance markdown item and I figured for the price (under $60.00) it would maybe last a couple campouts when I travel with my sons who are Boy Scouts. I have never had more than 2 people in this tent at once and there is plenty of room for gear, air mattress, etc. I usually use it solo when camping as adult with my sons, so plenty of room. When I was at Dick's locally there was one setup so I was able to see that I could easily stand inside. Made it a no brainer for me to purchase. I am just over 5'7" and can almost stand completely erect in the middle. More than enough to get dressed, etc. I like that seamed walls are tall enough to withstand some decent water downpour. I usually line the ground with a tarp anyway but this gave me extra assurance I would be dry in the morning. It takes a little effort to setup but once you do it a few times you find your path. I wish the entrance created a little more of an overhang to allow dry re-entry in wet weather. I also wish there was more windows for ventilation purposes. Again, for weekend 3 season tenting it will fit the needs. I never used the tent without the fly so I cannot comment its summer ventilation. May 12, 2016
Rated 1 out of 5áby Moose Basically a Screen Room with a Cover I recently purchased this tent for camping at the beach. We had a great spot on solid ground. The problem with this tent is that is has a mesh screen beginning at the top of the solid tent section you see going around the base. The roof, and all the sides are just the screen. You must use the rain fly in order to have a "tent" or you are completely open to the elements and without privacy. The real downside to this tent is that the rain fly sits about 2 or more inches away from the screening and allows all the dust and in my case some sand to come right inside the tent when the wind blows. I cannot recommend this tent for a serious camper. Keep it for a screen room for day use but pass on this one if you really are looking for a TENT! The only place the dirt does not blow in from is the front door. Very deceptive packaging. When looking at the photo, keep in mind that the rain fly top covering up the netting. On the positive side it is tall enough in the center to stand and a good size floor. The side pockets that are for storage are useless because when the wind blew, my clothing fell right out of them. April 30, 2016
Rated 4 out of 5áby Jeremy awesome tent The tent works great. Only downside is it gets super warm unless you have the top cover off. For the price and lots of room it is well worth it. March 28, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5áby 1342flores GREAT TENT. Bought this tent on sale for 60 dollars since it was used and didn't have the tent poles. (I've been using half inch PVC, although I had to cut the sleeves so the half inch could fit the pvc works fine) Its very spacious and sturdy. Me and my girlfriend go camping and we are able to put all our stuff inside and still have room for a queen bed and lots of extra space. Very easy to put up and down. By the way does anyone know where I can get tent poles??? February 21, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5áby Scoutdad75 Basic, Affordable & Effective I have used this tent many times. Only problem was when I put the stakes in too tight and the attachment to the tent ripped off. I took it to a Taylor who sewed it back on. January 16, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5áby Carolina Very easy to set-up It was the first time setting up a tent...got it done in 10 minutes. Nice and spacey. September 30, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5áby Sal Excellent Tent Roomy and Great Value Great tent for a great price. My wife and I used this after a rain soaked weekend the week before in another tent. The Coleman did great in the rain as it seems to rent every weekend when we camp! Easy to put up but takes 2 people. September 29, 2015
Rated 2 out of 5áby Youthmom Won't stand up in the rain We replaced some of our old Coleman 6 person tents with these brand new ones for our yearly youth camping trip. After one brief rainstorm the old ones were standing strong and dry - while these ones had all collapsed. The direction that they collapsed allowed the parts of the tent that are mesh to be exposed to the direct rain (the rainflys are way too small) and everything in these tents was wet. Functions great as a shelter if the weather is good - otherwise don't plan on protection! September 21, 2015