Eureka! Copper Canyon 6 Person Tent
Boasting tons of features, the Eureka! ® Copper Canyon 6 Person Tent ensures your next camping trip will be filled with fond memories. This cabin-style tent features more camping space thanks to its vertical wall design. Some features include a zippered E! Power Port, high stash pockets and bathtub floor wraps. The Copper Canyon 6 Person Tent provides plenty of storage for your essentials and is easy to assemble.
- Zippered E! Power Port allows the use of an electrical power cord on the inside of tent
- Free standing and shockcorded fiberglass and steel frame is easy to set up
- Clips secure tent body to frame
- Storm guy out pockets put away guylines on fly during set up and take down
- Bathtub floor wraps up sides of tent for water splashing protection
- High-stash pockets and gear loft keeps your belongings close and easy to reach
- Matching yellow webbing on tent and fly (couple with ring and pin)
- Includes 8 hang loops, 1 flashlight loop and 2 storage pockets
- Sleeps: 6
- Floor Size: 10' x 10'
- Pack Size: 8" x 26"
- Min Weight: 23 lbs 2 oz
- Seasons: 3
- Tent Area: 100 sq ft
- Center Height: 7'
- Frame: 16 mm fiberglass and 19.5 mm steel ring and pin
- Vents: Full mesh roof
- Doors: 1
- Windows: 4
- Wall: 75D 190T polyester taffeta, 1200 mm coated
- Fly: 75D 190T polyester taffeta, 1200 mm coated
- Floor: 75D 190T polyester taffeta, 1200 mm coated
- Mesh: 68D polyester no-see-um
Country of Origin: ChinaWeb ID: 12242401
Rated 4.6 out of 5 by 27 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Jazzcardsjo Great Tent! Great Design! This is a first time tent purchase for our family. We did a lot of research and decided on a Eureka. The design of this tent lends itself to spacious floor space and stand-up room all around the interior. Adequate space for two adults and 2 children. The zippered power port is a great design for connecting into an electrical box. The first night camping in this tent, we were in a rain storm with periods of heavy rain and wind. The tent did not move and stayed absolutly dry. Great design, and exactly what I expected from the Eureka brand. We plan to have this tent a long time. August 3, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Wayl007 Waterproof!! I bought this tent based on the positive reviews, and i was not disappointed! It rained heavy on and off for 12 hours and not a drop inside the tent. I did spray the seams and entire fly with waterproofing spray. The setup was really easy and took about five minutes. Plenty of floor space for two queen air mattresses and your gear. Headroom is very good. The only negative for this tent is the floor material is the same as the wall material, so it's a little thin. Plus its October 8, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by B Storm Tested - Great Organization Features - Room for Four During our second outing with the tent this weekend we had back-to-back thunderstorms with heavy rain (2 inches a night) - not a drop inside! The winds were stout and I was concerned that the profile of the tent would create an issue, but the strength provided by the rain-fly. I'm sure most modern tents have similar features, but I like the features that keep the tent neat and organized: pockets on the ceiling to store your stuff, a carry bag, bag for the stakes, and a bag for the poles, pouches built-in the rain-fly for the guy-lines. Added bonus - I'm 6' 5" and can stand up in this tent...which is really nice when working to pack up bedding. This tent will sleep 4 comfortably - 6 is a stretch. We used two of the low-profile queen sized air mattresses from CostCo and had a few inches of space between them. July 15, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by No nickname REALLY GOOD TENT My wife and I lived in this tent for two weeks in South Dakota, high winds, and thunder storms every evening, tent stood up, everything stayed dry, that's good, strong point is the Frame, well made strong, August 2, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Football Mom #34 Great Family Tent with Super Easy Set Up!! We recently had to purchase a new family tent. We decided on the Eureka! Copper Canyon 6 Person Tent. Due to traffic we arrived at our camping location way after dark!! We had never set up this tent before. Much to our surprise this tent literally took 5 minutes to set up!! It is built well and the poles are super sturdy!!! I would def recommend this tent to anyone!! August 6, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Camp queen Great tall tent Camped in this tent 3 nights last week. Loved the airiness of the high ceiling and all of the walking room inside. Tent was cooler since ceiling is 7'. Our son said it was simple to set up. July 2, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by in2motion Great tent, easy set up! I bought this tent on recommendations from an experienced camper and research on mid-priced tents. I needed a family tent that I could set up easily on my own and boy, did I find it! We've taken it on two trips thus far, the first was a rainy weekend. I set it up in 10 minutes or so in light rain and somehow the inside stayed dry throughout the weekend, even with the puddles on the tarp underneath. I would have liked for the tent floor to be tarp strength, but is the same material as the rest of the tent. The zip door is also great with a flap covering the zipper. The windows are large, but they just hang down when open, a little awkward. I love the idea of the power port, maybe another on the back of the tent for added convenience. I love the side pockets, just enough room for my keys & phone. The cargo net on the top is so snug to the top (& high), I'm not quite sure of it's usefulness. I love the many hooks, but we didn't use them. Again, very high which gives you an idea of tent height. I'm 5'5 and had plenty of headroom. We had plenty of walking space with a full-sized aerobed & two groundpads. Take down was quick and the tent easily fit back into the bag. Make sure the door is open and roll toward the front to get the air out. August 6, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by Leann Great tent at a decent price We have taken our new tent on 3 camping trips so far. We have experienced high winds, rain, and hail. I never expected this tent to withstand the hail, but it survived unscathed. The winds nearly brought us down, but the storm came up before we had time to stake the guy wires. I think that added support would have helped keep us from having to stand in the corners with our backs to the wind to help support it. The floor of the tent is the same material as the rest of the tent. Some tents have a tarp-like floor. We bought the footprint from Eureka for under the tent. Unfortunately, it was too big and we had to cut it. Because we have two big dogs, we bought a regular tarp for the floor inside so we would have dog nails rip the tent floor. July 8, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by BMJB Spacious, Holds up Great!! We researched several tents before buying the Copper Canyon 6. We found the set up and take down to be clear and uncomplicated. We followed the directions and sealed the seams. We had it set up for a several days in the back yard before heading out, the tent was completely dry after 3 rainy nights. When we took it to the Army Corp of Eng park on Pine River and then to the Mississippi Headwaters, we found it to hold up extremely well. It rained several nights, but it was dry inside. The pouches are very handy, the zippers were easy to use and the construction is solid. The screens on all sides provided good airflow for both night time and during the day to air out. We hung a tent fan/light from the center and it worked great. It is so spacious especially tall, being able to stand up is a real treat. We are looking forward to many more trips with this tent. September 9, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by dynaglydr Great tent Typical Eureka, great tent, I was surprised that not having the fly cover down the side it still stayed dry in a good rain. I rigged up an awning for it that works great too. I use an old Persian rug for the floor and a piece of Astroturf under the awning and my Ol? lady and I are very comfortable. I?m 6?3? and she?s 5? 10? and it?s nice to be able to stand up. We have enough room for our bedding, a chair and a milk crate table in there. It?s nice to lower the windows and see out with the fly on. June 6, 2013