Eureka! Copper Canyon 10

3 reviews
5-star:   2
4-star:   0
3-star:   0
2-star:   1
1-star:   0

Reviews

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OK, I'm in love. I bought it in early July and we've…

Rating: rated 5 of 5 stars
Price Paid: $220

OK, I'm in love. I bought it in early July and we've only used it once, but that once was 5 days of intermittent super heavy rain and high wind. Elevation was only 6300 feet, but we remained snug and dry, not a single drop penetrated.

Setup? Well I'm not exactly Wonder Woman - matter of fact we're both a couple of old geezers, but it took us about 20 minutes to set up and even less to take down. I'm pretty sure if we needed to we could halve that time.

Its cabin design is luxuriously roomy (our last was a dome style tent - LOVE being able to walk upright again!) and it easily accommodated our queen-sized cot/air mattress setup with two night tables and room for gear, and even our camp chairs during downpours.

We're looking at popup campers for the day when we can no longer manage car camping due to physical limitations, but this tent may well postpone that awful event!

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Nice and roomy being a cabin tent. Experienced some…

Rating: rated 2 of 5 stars
Design: 3 season, free standing cabin
Sleeps: 3
Ease of Setup: definately at least a 2 person set up
Weight: 23
Price Paid: $159

Nice and roomy being a cabin tent. Experienced some problems that I believe are design issues and a few that are not. I and two other guys experienced some rough, windy, rainy weather where the tent held up great but took a lot of rain inside from the blowing wind even after dropping the fly poles so that the fly would hug the top of the tent. The way the screened windows are designed do not allow for a total seal in the walls of the tent. The window screen flaps zipper up on left and right sides but only have a two hook fastener at the top which allowed for the wind to blow rain and wind through the top part of the window that doesn't have the zipper even though the flap is fastened.

The fly does not come down low enough even after being dropped on the tent to cover the tops of the windows enough to keep the wind and rain out. The directions tell you to stake the bottom of the tent after putting things together but this creates a problem trying to open and close the zipper door. I think the directions need to state that the tautness of the side of the tent where the door is, needs to be relaxed so to be able to open and close the zippered screen door. Otherwise the door zipper binds. The tent is definitely a two person set up.

We also experienced a lot of moisture inside on the air mattresses during the night even after the tent had been closed up after several sunny days where there wasn't rain or left over moisture from rain. Don't know why we had this problem.

So as a 3 season tent, I don't know about that one. Would I buy another or recommend it for purchase in the present configuration, NO. If Eureka was to correct the simple issues with making the fly a little lower in covering the top of the tent and completely contain the closing of the window flaps with zippers, Yes, I would buy and recommend this tent, otherwise, it's a "fair weather tent". Sleeps 3 big guys with single bed size air mattresses and one more if mattresses aren't used.

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Spent two nights in this 10x10 cabin style tent so…

Rating: rated 5 of 5 stars
Design: three-season cabin style
Sleeps: 3
Ease of Setup: easy for two
Weight: 23 lbs
Price Paid: $130--$156 shipped

Spent two nights in this 10x10 cabin style tent so far to test it for the annual August trip to Bristol, TN, for race week. Purchased it as a replacement for a Coleman 10x10 Sundome tent that my brother and I have used for the past 6 years. Plenty of ventilation with large windows. Roomy for three adults using 40 inch wide "twin" air mattresses. Could fit 4 persons but it would be tight and gear and stuff would need to stay in the SUV. Two adults and two children would also work ok if you made the kids sleep on a double or queen mattress or if you used two queen mattresses. If wanting to sleep 4 or more persons I'd get the larger 1312 Copper Canyon model.

Manufacturer's Description

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Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Standing Like a cabin in the woods, the durable, freestanding Eureka Copper Canyon 6 Tent combines a steel/fiberglass frame with clips, pole sleeves, and ring and pin assembly to make set up easy. Vertical walls offer maximum use of interior space making it ideal for cots. Sleeps six.

- Altrec Outdoors

The Eureka Copper Canyon 10 features a self-supporting 100 sq. ft. family tent, with room to sleep for 5 to 6 comfortably, and still have room to spare! This cabin style tent provides much more useable interior volume than a typical dome style tent can, because its straight walls offer more head room and allow campers to push cots and gear closer to the walls and out of the way.

- SunnySports

Sleep 5-6 comfortably in this self-supporting 100 sq ft tent, and still have room to spare! This cabin style tent provides much more useable interior volume than a typical dome style tent can because its straight walls offer more head room and allow campers to push cots and gear closer to the walls and out of the way.

- Ramsey Outdoor

The Eureka Copper Canyon 10 is a 5-6 person Cabin Style dome that provides great weather and bug protection and at the same time is roomy and spacious. This tent features a freestanding Hybrid steel and fiberglass frame tent has 4 large windows and a mesh roof for excellent ventilation. The windows are backed by waterproof Storm Flaps and can be closed as needed. The cabin style has straighter, near vertical walls that allow for more interior space and comfort. The large 'D' door is easy to use and features a large window. The Storm Shield fly, multi coated walls and bathtub floor offer superior weather protection and brings confidence and peace of mind that only comes with a Eureka tent.Sleeps 5-6.Main fly and floor seams are factory taped for weather protection.Freestanding design is easy to set up.Bathtub floor keeps seams taut and high off the ground for superior protection.Straight Walled Cabin style tent provides more usable space than most other domes.Multi-coated polyester fly covers non-closable mesh roof.Polyester fly won't stretch and resists UV damage better than nylon.1 large 'D' door for easy entry/exit with a large #8 zipper with protective zippper cuffs to keep water out.Hybrid fiberglass/steel frame is sturdy and reliable.Fast Clip and sleeve assembly is easy to set up and take down.Poles attach to tent body via pin and ring for fast and easy set up.Hooded windows allow for ventilation even in rain.Gear loft/organizer included for overhead storage and convenience.1 small Mesh Gear Storage pocket.No-see-um mesh windows and roof keep the smallest winged creatures at bay.All mesh roof for excellent ventilation.4 large windows with internal Storm Flaps provide excellent 4 way ventilation.Twin track zippers for separate operation windows in the doors.External guy points on the fly help secure your tent in high winds and feature pockets to store the rope when not in use or when packing up.Sweep Out Point - for easy cleaning of the tent floor.E Power Port - allows a grounded extension cord to run into the tent for AC power in the tent.All carry bags and stakes included.Fire retardant.Import.

- Campmor

Eureka! Copper Canyon 10

MSRP:
$239.90

The Eureka! Copper Canyon 10 is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen April 30, 2013 at Altrec Outdoors.

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