Eureka! Sunriver 3 Person Tent
NOW: $100.00 (49% off!)
Plan a camping trip with a friend or two in the Eureka!® Sunriver 3 Person Tent! This freestanding tent is lightweight and easy to set up, with two doors, two vestibules and two air vents for maximum ventilation. Stash your gear in either of the two vestibules, two interior storage pockets and an included gear loft. The Sunriver features a bathtub-style floor and 1800mm coating for protection against the elements.
- Sleeps 3
- Seasons: 3
- Freestanding design
- Easy setup
- Side entry with D-style door
- Two vestibules provide a protected storage space for your gear
- Bathtub-style floor wraps up the sides of the tent to protect against splashing & standing water
- 1800mm coating delivers water resistance
- 2 storage pockets
- Pole type: aluminum
- Frame: 9.5 aluminum, shock-corded post & grommet
- Doors: 2
- Vestibules: 2
- Vents: 2
- Includes gear loft
- Wall fabric: 40D polyester no-see-um mesh
- Fly fabric: 75D 190T polyester taffeta w/1800 mm coating
- Floor fabric: 75D 190T polyester taffeta w/1800 mm coating
- Tent area: 45.2 sq ft
- Dimensions: 88" x 74"
- Peak height: 51"
- Weight: 6 lbs 5 oz
- Pack size: 6.5" x 17"
- Style #: 2629075
Country of Origin: ChinaWeb ID: 30767596
Rated 4.6 out of 5 by 55 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Scruffythehikingcat the sunriver is a beacon of brightness in a world of disparity The sunriver is great for how cheap it is, go buy it dude. It is very reasonably priced for its quality. October 2, 2016
Rated 4 out of 5 by Fredocr Great shape, like the colors! I like this tent almost all of it. The floor is not my favorite and I think once the rain stars I will get wet from the bottom. September 22, 2016
Rated 4 out of 5 by Backpacker Amazingly Quick Set Up!! I was able to set this tent up, right out of the box, in the middle of the kitchen floor in 10 minutes, by myself. I really like the upper mesh for placing my glasses during the night, no chance of rolling on them. Once set up, I'm very pleased with the room inside. Purchased this tent for a back packing trip two of us are doing together. We will have plenty of room inside for our packs and the dog. September 10, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by khutch Completely Satisfied! This is my third and last review of this purchase, I guess I was just too excited about tent camping again after many years to stop at one! The other two were more like initial impressions, this one comes after 8 nights of real use in the field. I needed a tent to take part in the 2016 running of the annual bicycle ride across Iowa, RAGBRAI. I was essentially car camping since I signed on with a charter group to carry the tent and my other gear from town to town for the week. I had no need to pack light, I'm not a backpacker, and in the end I would say that while this three man tent was a bit larger than I needed to give me room for me and my gear it was not excessively large. I would not buy anything smaller really but I could have squeezed in another rider if need be. Given the penalty that extra weight exacts on backpackers my guess is that it would be a great size for a backpacking couple and their dog since they would not have as much gear as I did for the week. The tent was quite easy to set up and take down and the Pinnacle Pass 3XTA footprint that I purchased for it worked perfectly. The weather was quite nice this year so no high winds to test the tent's mettle and only barely enough rain to verify that it is indeed as rainproof as other reviewers report. I got water in the tent once -- when I rolled over onto one of my bike's water bottles and squirted some of the contents out of its "jet" valve! After that the bottles stayed outside although if I really wanted one there was no shortage of gear storage pockets and the overhead loft that would have held them securely. It is well ventilated. I was comfortable during a few very hot and muggy nights with the tent's built in ventilation plus a small battery powered fan to blow some air on my head/face. The zippers work fine. No issues with anything breaking, tearing, or otherwise failing. Based on reviews of the tent stakes I replaced them with identical steel stakes before the trip. After seeing how bent up some of those steel stakes were after 8 days of dealing with sometimes rocky Iowa soil I think replacements of some kind are in order and steel works for me since I have no worries about weight. As others have mentioned this is a slightly "dumbed down" version of the Eureka Midori 3 and in fact a couple using the same charter had an older Midori 3 that was nearly identical to my tent in every significant feature. The detailed shape of the mesh walls and bathtub floor pieces was slightly different and the color was different. That was pretty much it. So most of what you read about the Midori 3, especially the older models, in reviews will apply to this tent as well. Now the instructions are a bit "minimalist" and don't really tell you everything you might want to know. The basics are there but there are some features that go uncommented on in the instructions. I had noticed a little loop with a "dogbone" plastic tab sewn to the fly about half way up the place where the fly's door "hinges" to the body of the fly. Thanks to being able to watch the couple with the older Midori set up theirs I was delighted to learn that if you want to keep one or both fly doors open during the day to ventilate the tent even better you can roll up the door(s), reach around inside the fly by that dogbone, and pull out a loop of fly material that wraps around the rolled up door and can be "latched" into place with the dogbone to keep the door stored neatly out of the way! For my purposes this is a great tent at a great price. Thanks Dick's and thanks Eureka! September 6, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by rosie Great motorcycle camping tent! My wife and I bought this tent for our 12 day motorcycle trip to Nova Scotia, PEI and New Brunswick. Good compact tent that sets up fast and easy. Packs very small, easily fit in saddlebag with poles and stakes , leaving room for rain gear and tools. It rained heavily multiple days on our trip and we stayed dry. We packed the tent up in the rain under the fly, this kept the interior dry for the next night. We really appreciated the two doors and the vestibules. These were great for stowing our boots and other gear instead of bringing them into the tent. It was also a good place to take off shoes, keeping dirt out. Vented fly worked great, just stake out the bottom sides to let it breath. The overhead gear net and side pockets were very helpful to stash gear out of the way. Also a great place to put a light facing down. I would highly recommend this tent for anyone that is starting out motorcycle camping. We priced similar tents at 3 or 4 times the price of this one. We are very satisfied with this tent and are planning our next trip already. August 30, 2016
Rated 4 out of 5 by Fozzy22 Perfect size for two. Dry inside after 4 days of rain. I have owned a Eureka Equinox 6-person dome style tent since 1992 and am still using it for a few trips every summer (My best camping purchase ever). I added the Sunriver 3 Person this year because my daughters are now nearly grown up and could use their own tent. It was perfect for the two of them with two XL Thermarest pads on the floor. They had enough room for their pads, bags, pillows, and one backpack each for their clothing. They used the tent at six different campgrounds over a two week trip and really appreciated the dual doorways so one could enter/exit without disturbing the other. Set up and take down was simple thanks to only two tent poles that clip in easily. The rain fly performed perfectly on the last stop on our trip where it rained constantly for four days in a row. No water got into the tent. We did place interlocking foam pads under the tent for a ground pad for a little extra protection and comfort. This raised the tent up off of the ground about 3/8" and may have helped to keep the water out too. I would have given this tent a perfect rating, but one of the corners where the rain fly snaps on with a plastic buckle was not sewn on. I didn't have time to bring it back to the store to exchange it for a different tent before our trip. We made due by tying the rain fly to that corner with a bit of paracord. Our repair worked fine, so it's not a major issue, but I wish they caught that at the factory. Other than that one flaw, the tent is very well built and seems like a good design that will last many years. August 29, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by PrimitiveCamper Kept us dry After a few camping trips that were washed out by storms, I was searching for a good, reasonably priced tent that was as waterproof as possible. This tent is very easy to set up and nicely roomy. We experienced about 3-4 hours of good thunderstorms the first night out, and the tent kept us bone dry. It is light and easy to pack and carry. I am very please with this tent. August 25, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by old80camper great value This tent lives up to eureka high standards.I already own a eureka tent which was purchased in the mid 1970s when our scout troop purchased several of the tents . The one I own is still serviceable and in use. This was purchased to provide more room. It is easy to set up and appears to have plenty of ventalation with the additional room I want. August 24, 2016
Rated 4 out of 5 by JT2 Good back packing tent The tent was easy to set up and was water tight. I liked that it had two doors and two covered vestibule at the doors. Only problems were that the tent was really only big enough for two people and its lime green color attracted the yellow jackets in the area. August 21, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by oldcamperHal great value Just received this tent and set it up in my livingroom. It lives up to Eureka quality and is an easy set up. I also own a Eureka "Timberline" which was purchased in the mid 1970s.That tent is still serviceable and has been used regularly for over 40 years. At this stage of life I want more interior space so I purchased the Sunriver 3. I am sure it will outlast me. August 14, 2016