Field & Stream Forest Ridge 8 Person Cabin Tent


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Field & Stream Forest Ridge 8 Person Cabin Tent is rated 2.9 out of 5 by 15.
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Field & Stream Forest Ridge 8 Person Cabin Tent
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The Field & Stream® Forest Ridge Tent keeps the whole crew comfortable in the outdoors. This cabin style tent sleeps up to eight, and boasts enough space for two airbeds. The Element Barrier bottom helps keep floor and tent dry when weather strikes, and the 800mm water resistant construction adds extra protection. Two doors and three windows, plus the screened-in porch area, offer plenty of ventilation options.


  • Sleeps 8
  • Cabin style
  • Accommodates two queen airbeds
  • Removable room divider
  • 800mm water resistant construction
  • Element Barrier bottom helps keep floor and tent dry when weather strikes
  • Six fiberglass-steel poles
  • Screened-in porch/vestibule
  • Two doors and three windows with zipper closures and flaps
  • Bathtub-style floor
  • Strategically placed taped seams on the fly and vestibule
  • Taped seams feature 800mm polyurethane coating to keep moisture out
  • Material: 210D polyester oxford (floor), polyester (fly, canopy)
  • Includes fly, gear loft and hi-viz guy lines
  • Manufacturer’s limited warranty


  • Dimensions: 216” x 120”/18’ x 10’
  • Packed size: 28” x 10.5” x 10.5”
  • Weight: 14.2 lbs.
  • Floor area: 135 sq. ft.
  • Vestibule area: 7’ x 6’
  • Peak height: 85”/7’

WARNING:KEEP ALL FLAME AND HEAT SOURCES AWAY FROM THIS TENT FABRIC This tent meets the flammability requirements of CPAI-84. It is not fireproof. The tent fabric will burn if left in continuous contact with any flame source. The application of any foreign substance to this fabric of this tent may render the flame resistant properties ineffective.EXTREME CAUTION: Never use any fuel burning oxygen consuming devices that produce any fumes, including stoves, lanterns, candles, hibachis or heaters in or around your tent. This could result in carbon monoxide poisoning, injury and/or death.

  • Brand: Field & Stream
  • Country of Origin: Imported
  • Style: CEH01413


Rated 1 out of 5 by from Returned this tent. Don’t recommend. We bought this tent with several camping trips planned. The instructions, like most have said, were pitiful at best. They had a picture of the tent with the poles labeled A,B,C,D but no other information. My wife and I are pretty experienced and were able to figure it out. We set the tent up in the backyard for a trial run and noticed three significant pressure point causing creases in the floor. This was the ultimate downfall of this tent and the reason we returned it. When setting up the tent, for the second time, on our first camping trip, the rear pressure point began tearing at the seams. During breakdown we did notice several areas of moisture from the ground even with a heavy duty tarp as a ground pad. We returned home to clean the tent of debris and pollen and set the tent up for the third time. This time the rear pressure point completely tore loose along the seams causing a gaping hole. I packed the tent up and returned it for a better design. This tent does not have a square or rectangle footprint and is very difficult to get “squared” up to eliminate the floor creases and pressure points.
Date published: 2018-05-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great tent when set up properly First off I want to start by saying that the problems people have with this tent can be solved by simply setting it up properly. We bought this tent at the beginning of the summer and have camped all up and down the East coast with it, many days in less than favorable conditions. We bought a tarp big enough to fit under it to keep moisture from coming up through the floor (a problem I've had with every tent I've ever owned, nothing out of the ordinary there) which does a really good job of keeping things dry and clean. Yes it does take a little figuring out the first time you set it up, but with two people it can be set up and broken down in five minutes (yes we timed it) after you've done it a couple times. The rain fly works amazingly when fitted right, have had it out in heavy rains with high winds with zero leaks. The fly has Velcro strips to help keep everything tight and in place on the inside of it, which may be easily overlooked by someone not paying attention. After you've got all the poles in, it's always a wise idea to check and make sure they are all evenly spaced on the ground and not under to much strain before you stake it in. One user says the zipper wasn't functioning properly because it was too tight, which is true if you set it up and stake it down while not paying attention to how your poles are sitting on the ground, 100% user error. A six foot person could stand up straight in this tent, or stretch out on the floor with no issues. The screened in part does not come with a floor, but with the right tarp it's not a worry and gives you a nice area to put two camping chairs in to keep out of the bugs and use as a mudroom before entering the interior of the main tent. I wouldn't recommend backpacking with it because of the weight, but if you're looking for something to take to the campground, or throw on a boat for a quick weekend out or a vacation, this tent delivers with plenty of room, and comfort. Passerby at local camping spots will envy you as you enjoy watching the fire from the comfort of your own screened in porch. I would absolutely recommend this to someone who knows how tenting works.
Date published: 2017-11-03
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Read the reviews!! We found this tent with the wrong price displayed, 80 bucks, and couldn't pass it up. I wish we did. The tent leaked when it rained here in Florida (i know, when doesn't it rain). It didn't leak from the top. It leaked from the three stress points on the tent. The two front seems where the poles meet and the one in the back in the middle where the poles meet. Too much pressure on those points. We were able to soak up the water with dirty clothes so nothing was harmed or lost. The "porch" does not have a floor covering. and the sides of the porch do not pull tight no matter how tightly anchored down everything else is. There are not instructions with the tent but it isn't hard to figure out. The rain fly was a bit more challenging especially in the dark when trying to get it up before the rain hits. The doors are not friendly. When sleeping in the tent, and the door flaps are down to allow some air in, it looks like you are sleeping in a clowns head and the doors are the eyes and the windows are the ears. The window flaps on the doors and windows do not open all the way. Only a bit more than half. When the fly is on, there is little to no air flow no matter how hard the wind is blowing. And this thing bakes in the sun. There was enough room in the tent, but the design on the poles and seems is very poor. We returned this tent and are looking at a more expensive, reliable brand, Kelty. This was fine in a tight pinch for time but lesson learned.
Date published: 2017-10-23
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Spacious and sturdy We used this tent for 4 nights and the first night we had some incredibly intense winds. I was certain the tent would rip by the noises it was making. It held up incredible. Not even a seem that looked worn. We were really impressed. We didnt realize ahead of time that the enclosed 'netted' portion did not have a floor. We did buy an oversized tarp to put underneath that created a floor for that area and with that, it was pretty good. We have not experienced it during rain weather. It only loses a star because it was pretty difficult to put up and take down.
Date published: 2017-09-12
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Miserable experience I read the reviews about potential leaks, but thought I'd be ok if I treated it. I was far from wrong. First, we arrive at the campground at find that the tent (new in the box) has NO instructions. Some reviews talked about it being difficult to put together, so I was prepared for that and felt comfortable, having put up tents before, that I could do this. After over an hour "trying" different ways it can go together, and with the help of an additional 3rd person, why wife and I managed to get it put together. Once together, the disappoints kept coming. The "room divider" is not a room divider. It is a semi-transparent piece of material that doesn't reach the bottom, top, or sides of the tent. It clips on a few hooks and provides very little privacy from the "second room". Trying to still make the most out of our trip, we hoped we were over the worst of it. As most camping trips go, it rained one day. Thankful for the "porch" area, we huddled in the front area. Fortunate for us, we had an extra large tarp that could be extended under the "porch area" since it doesn't have a floor, we were able to stay "semi" dry. I wasn't expecting us to keep up 100% dry since it has mesh sides, but I was still thankful for the small protection from the rain. Unfortunately when we got in the tent later, we saw that it does leak even after the treating spray I added before hand. All in all, I am completely unhappy with my purchase. Leaks after treated, no floor in the porch, not 2 rooms, and no instructions (yes it was complicated to put together even if we did have them.) I would NOT recommend this tent. I wish I would have spend the extra few $ and bought another one.
Date published: 2017-09-07
Rated 4 out of 5 by from easy set up very durable and weather resistant great tent for the money
Date published: 2017-09-06
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great amount of space. Seeing all these reviews about the tent leaking. Had this out in the rain 10+ days this year. No leaks what so ever. I did spray the rain guard with water repellent, does help it bead right off. This tent is not much different than other tents. I dont recommend this tent for people who can't figure out which pole goes where with out the instructions. I am not the smartest guy in the world. The first time it took my wife and I 20 minutes top to set up. Now it is a breeze. Tent has lived up to its potential by far.
Date published: 2017-08-24
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Putting up a bit of a pain I only bought this tent in response to my wife's insistence that we needed more room for "stuff" on our camping trips -- as well as a covered and screened-in entry way for dealing with bad weather. I guess it does serve those purposes well enough, but in comparison to other tents I've owned I would think a government bureaucrat designed the assembly of this one. It's not the simple pop-up type that many are these days. Instead it's an array of different size poles and rods that do not intuitively assemble. And the instructions that came with it were quite poor in terms of having no visuals to go with the written instructions. But it did keep us dry and covered, so I give it three stars as a passing grade. I would recommend it, but only "sort of."
Date published: 2017-08-15
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