User Review: Northwest Territory Olympic Cottage Deluxe Cabin Tent
Design: 3 Season Cabin Tent
Ease of Setup: Poles are color coded. All stakes and poles fit easily back into bag. Will take two people. Fits easily bag in to wheeled carrying case.
Weight: 32 lbs
Price Paid: $179.99
The tent received many ohs and ahs. We had a thunderstorm the first day we put the tent up. We stayed dry as did all of our gear. We utilized the two closets that are part of the tent. We used the room divider and it leaves one larger size room than the other.
We had two sleeping bags and a twin size air bed on one side of the tent with plenty of room to walk around each one of them. On the slightly smaller side of the divider we had a king size air bed. We even had room to move around either side of the bed. It has two large mesh windows on the front, with a nice window pane design. Each side has a window, and a window on the back of the tent between the two closets.
The roof is mesh and you can see the stars. The tent is easy to set up for two people and once you put it up once or twice one person could probably do it alone. The rain fly is snug.
The height of this tent is great. My husband is 6' 3" and he didn't have to bend or stoop at all in this tent. The poles are colored coded and easy to assemble, they are chain corded steel poles. The tent hangs from the steel from by use of clamps and s hooks.
We gave many tours. The owners of the campground said it was the nicest tent they had ever had at the grounds. Most people thought it was a house, as that is what is looks like. We are so happy with our tent we will be doing alot more camping.