OMG, I love this tent. Yes, maybe for nostalgic reasons, and quite possibly because I know nothing else. Nonetheless, I love the tent. Dad bought it in 1976 when he bought a jet boat, so it was only meant for summers by the river, but recently (since Dad gave it to me) it has been used in the mountains and extremely high winds with rain downpours and did great. Dad probably scotchguarded it at some point. Being that this tent is over 40 years old and not even a hole, just one broken pole that I… Full review
A durable and great roomy tent for us bigger people. I'm 6'4" and can almost stand up in it. I bought this tent on clearance at Sears for just under $40. LOVE IT!!! I've been using it several times a year for about 10 years. As I am a bigger guy, this tent has plenty of room, surprisingly it looks small from the outside. Put some scotch guard on it, and you are good to go. This tent even made it through a tropical storm, while several other tents did not. Just make sure to air it out. I accidentally… Full review
I love this Hillary tent. However, I lent it out and only got back three poles that stretch over the three arches, I need the three poles that go over the top of the dome and the dome cover. Any suggestions where I can get replacement poles?? Full review
I wish I could find another one of these. It is by far the best tent I've owned as being the first tent up and room for everyone on trip. First, if you buy a tent don't take it camping before opening it. Every tent needs its seams sealed simply cuz once you pitch it and stretch the fabric pinholes are going to happen. Put it up in your backyard, seal the seams, spray waterproof sealer all over it, let it dry a day or two, then take it camping. By myself this tent goes up in less than 30 min. It's… Full review
I just picked up a beautiful vintage Hillary 6-8 person cabin tent. It's cream canvas with green stripes and looks like a circus tent. It's in great shape except, you probably guessed it...no poles! I really want to keep and use this tent. Can anyone provide me with the pole sizes, lengths andossibly a diagram It's a great tent, but I have no poles, diagram, or manual. I really want to keep this tent and use it. Can sokmeone please supply me with pole lengths and perhaps a diagram that would help… Full review
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