Coleman River Gorge 6 Person Dome TentItem Number: 11492890
Price: $79.98 $159.99*
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The Coleman ® River Gorge 6 Dome Tent is the perfect shelter for a family camping trip or if you just want a little more room to stretch out. With enough room to sleep 6 people, it can accommodate 2 queen-size airbeds. At a max height of 6 feet, most adults can stand and get dressed comfortably. You'll be protected from the rain with the Coleman ® WeatherTec ™ System, which is guaranteed to keep you dry.
- Sleeps 6
- Freestanding for easy setup
- WeatherTec ™ System keeps you dry
- 450mm waterproofing
- Rainfly vents for extra ventilation
- Fits 2 queen airbeds
- Room to stand - 72" center height
- Interior size: 132" x 108" x 72"
- 11' x 9' footprint
- Peak height: 72"
- Floor: Polyethylene
Country Of Origin: China
Rated 4.2 out of 5 by 262 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by paul2000 easy to set up Set up was very easy. Used it 4th of July for 4 nights. Well designed with a set up that makes sense. With the rainfly firmly staked down, it made it through the remnants of hurricane Arthur with little problem. This included 40 MPH winds and at times sheets of horizontal rain. It did leak in a little in the direction that the wind was coming from, with water coming in under the bottom of the rainfly. This was the worst conditions that you would ever want to camp in, so I'll give it a pass on that. Held up the best of any of the eight tents of the people that I was camping with. July 10, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Doug Coleman River Gorge 6 Dome Tent Goes up pretty easily, if you make sure you push the shock-corded poles thru the top slot, not pull them. My wife and I used this tent last weekend, with a cot, an air mattress and two chairs in the tent, and it was crowded, not so much from the square footage, but the sides are slanted, reducing the room to stand. you might be able to get 6 very small people to sleep in the tent, but you'd have to stand on one of them to get in or out of the tent. Good for 2-3 people and gear. July 9, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Happy Camper Lots of tent for the money! Big enough for a queen air mattress, gear, and a couple of dogs to fit comfortably. The height makes it nice to be able to step in and stay upright. Easy to assemble and tear down. Not too heavy when packed away in the carrying bag. Overall, a great tent for the price. July 9, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Meg Great tent for the money! Used it once so far, just the two of us. You can stand up in it and still have room for an air mattress and the rest of your stuff. Very roomy for 2 people. July 9, 2014
Rated 3 out of 5 by neogoory Good but some ristriction... This is good for summer camping but not suitable for lower tempersture. July 9, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Jelly Tent Excellent value! It is easy to set up, fits 2 queen blowup mattresses comfortably, withstands the wind and stays warm inside. July 8, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Melissa Great size! Easy to put together and perfect for our family! Great deal! July 8, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Grant As Advertised Easy to set up. Size is big enough for two queen air mattresses. July 8, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Camper Great tent This is a quality product, nice and spacious, very economical. July 8, 2014
Rated 3 out of 5 by Lou Pleasantly Surprised After a rough start Within an hour of putting the tent up for the first time, it somehow got a rip in the bottom. The ground underneath was a bit on the rocky side and the floor felt like it was just cheaply made. Luckily I had some duct tape to patch the hole because of the impending doom about to come. I was very displeased with this and would have rated the tent a one or two stars, until the following night happened. It started to rain the following evening, which was no shock since there was a hurricane on its way (we were far enough north where that means it moved into the ocean, or strong winds and rain that are more of a tropical storm). The rain started to get heavy and down poured for hours. The tent did great at keeping us dry. And then the wind started. A constant 20 mph with gusts up to 40mph... for about 4 hours at about 3am. There was no sleep to be had, just a constant fear that this giant parachute we were in was going to fly into the woods. The rainfly was going crazy with moments of the entire tent twisting inward at times. Ever so often the rainfly would fly up just enough to allow bursts of rain plummet into the screen portion, which created a few puddles in the tent. If the rainfly went all the way to the ground or the screen started a little further up the tent, this wouldn't have been an issue. Overall, I was impressed the tent survived that night. Not only did it keep us mostly dry, but none of the poles were bent, the newly formed lake we ended in stayed outside of the tent (even with the duct tape patched hole), and the rainfly or tent didn't fly in to the woods (a huge relieve and surprise from the 3 of us in it). If it didn't rip within an hour of putting it up the first time, it would have gotten at least 4 stars. July 8, 2014