The Eureka Copper Canyon 12 Tent is known for its spacious area and sturdiness that allows the whole gang to hang out, stretch out and sleep well. These cabin-style tents provide vertical walls maximizing livability, ideal for using cots. The Copper Canyon 12 is a 9-pole, 12-person, that uses a combination of steel and fiberglass frame with clips, pole sleeves, and ring and pin assembly make set up quick and easy. For durability and water protection the Copper Canyon has two large, D-style doors with half windows that provide private entry into each sleeping area when the divider is up. Windows on each side offer visibility and ventilation and incorporate a quick-stash feature which eliminates the need for fabric ties or loops and toggles to secure the window flaps.
|Length:||14 ft / 4.27 m|
|Width:||12 ft / 3.66 m|
|Int Peak Height:||84 in / 213.36 cm|
|Capacity - People:||12 Person|
|Weight:||38 lb 12 oz / 17.58 kg|
|Packed Size:||28 x 10 in / 71 x 25.4 cm|
|Material:||75D polyester, 68D polyester mesh|
|Tent Footprint:||Eureka Tent Floor Saver Rectangular 3X #3971|
|Number of Doors:||2|
|Number of Poles:||9 Steel and fiberglass|
|Floor Area:||168 ft2 / 15.6 m2|
We borrowed this exact tent from my brother last summer, and there was no doubt that we needed to have one of our own! We haven't used our new tent yet--it's February in Michigan and we have a new born. Anyways, I love the height inside--I'm 6'2" and it's nice to be able to stand up to pull on my pants, instead of being hunched over. The divided room is nice for our two older boys and having two doors definitely cuts down on tracked in dirt and sand. We camped along the shores of Lake Huron and it held up great against the wind. We will be camping again this summer with our baby and we are not concerned at all about having a pack-n-play in the tent and being over crowded. Great Tent and I would recommend it to anyone!
Set up quickly with two people. We camped on the Chesapeake next to the water and had THREE storms while there. The first one flattened our daughters tent and our dining fly. The Copper Canyon withstood all three storms with high winds and rain. We did seal the seams pryor to camping. Best tent we've ever had and we've been camping for 30 years.