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    Spruce Peak Family Camping Tent

     List Price: $499.99
    Sale Price: $408.95
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    Manufacturer: GigaTent
    GigaTent Part Number: FT-053
    eCanopy Item Number: GGT-FT053
    UPC: 815886010216


    • Entirely free-standing design
    • Comfortably sleeps eight to ten people
    • Durable steel frame
    • Enormous 72 sq. ft. screen room can easily accommodate a table and chairs
    • Two oversized offset doors provide convenient access even when screen room is in use
    • Eight windows and mesh roof vents provide ventilation and minimize moisture build-up
    • Protective panels allow screen room to be used in rain
    • Includes a duffel-style carrying bag, a pole bag, a stake bag, stakes, and guy lines for windy conditions


    • Minimum Weight: 60 lbs.
    • Pack Weight: 61 lbs.
    • Dimensions: 18' x 12'
    • Interior Height: 96"
    • Sleeping Area: 144 sq. ft.
    • Screen Room Area: 72 sq. ft.
    • Pack Size: 36" x 12" x 12"
    • Doors: 2
    • Windows: 8
    • Rooms: 2 - one sleeping room and one screen room
    • Poles: 17
    • Pole Material: Chain-corded steel, fiberglass
    • Floor Material: Polyethylene
    • Wall Material: Polyester 190T 600mm P.U.
    • Roof Material: Mosquito mesh
    • Netting Material: Mosquito mesh
    • Fly Material: Polyester 190T 1,200 mm P.U.
    • Stakes: 23 - 9" plastic
    This Spruce Peak Camping Tent makes for the perfect getaway for your family. This large 2-room cabin style camping tent comfortably sleeps eight to ten people, and is entirely a free-standing design. The durable steel frame makes this tent reliable for many years use, and it features protective panels that allow the enormous 72 sq. ft. screen room to be used in rain. This screen room can easily accommodate a table and chairs, and two oversized offset doors provide convenient ventilation and minimize moisture build-up.

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    Customer Questions & Answers
    1 Question & 1 Answer
    from Montreal, Quebec asked:
    June 15, 2014
    We are thinking of using this for our picnic table, and the other "room" for the kitchen / food prep. Would you recommend that type of use for this product?
    1 Answer
    Food prep would be okay, but not any cooking or open flame.
    Submitted by: Dawn H. - eCanopy Product Specialist on June 16, 2014

    Customer Reviews
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    67% Recommend this product (2 of 3 responses)
    By Jared M. from Colorado on October 25, 2012
    I would recommend this item to a friend.
    Screen Room Floor Does Not Attach
    We were told before buying this tent that the floor to the screen room attached to the walls. We wanted to be sure it would keep “critters” out! When we got it we were disappointed to learn that it does not attach! In spite of that disappointment, we were happy that even in heavy rains the tent portion stayed completely dry. The screen room got soaked, though. And the fly collected gallons of water in places. Yes, it stayed waterproof, but we just couldn’t stretch it tight enough to keep water from collecting on it.
    By Khloe B. from New Mexico on December 30, 2010
    I would recommend this item to a friend.
    Pole Hubs Break Easily
    My wife and I ordered this tent because we liked the head room and screen room attached. We found that the head room is really more like six feet, not eight like the ad says. And when we set it up the first time one of the side pole hubs broke—made of cheap plastic. We taped it and set the tent up anyway. I goofed in that I didn’t stake the tent down, and the next morning it blew over in the wind. Guess what? The rest of the pole hubs broke!. Customer service said they would mail me new hubs. That was two or three weeks ago, and I still don’t have the replacements. Beware of the poor material used to make this style of tent’s pole hubs!
    By Gabrielle G. from Nevada on April 14, 2010
    I feel that I was sold a defective tent when I bought this model. It was easy to set up, and I enjoyed it for a couple of months—until the hubs started breaking. I wrote the company, and they said they were in the process of developing new and improved hubs that weren’t available yet. They basically admitted that they knew the hubs were not strong enough to bear the weight of the tent. The tent design is great, but somebody should fire the engineer who figured out the weight capacity of those hubs! Disappointing, to say the least!
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