Camp in style with the innovative Y-shaped Ozark Trail 12-Person Instant Cabin Tent with Screen Room. This cabin-style instant tent sets up in under two minutes with pre-attached poles, just unfold and extend! Three separate doors allow easy access to the great outdoors from each of the three rooms. Eight large windows provide panoramic views, while the six gear pockets keep your gear organized. Removable room dividers allow you to use the screen room as a bedroom or a bug-free front porch. The Ozark Trail 3 Room Instant Cabin Tent with Screen Room comfortably fits three queen airbeds or up to 12 campers in sleeping bags on the floor.
Ozark Trail 12-Person 3 Room Instant Cabin Tent with Screen Room:
- Sets up in under 2 minutes
- Sleeps 12
- No assembly required: poles pre-attached to tent
- Fits 3 queen-sized airbeds
- 3-room tent
- 2 room dividers included
- Fully taped factory-sealed seams provide dry zone camping with leak protection
- 10 fully closeable windows
- Features 3 entry doors: 1 for each room
- Screen room can be used as 3rd bedroom or bug-free front porch
- Electrical cord access
- Rainfly included
- Carry bag included
- Tent stakes included
- 6 gear organizer pockets
- Multiple ground vents
- Measures: 20′ x 18′
- Construction: polyester and steel
- Center height: 76″
- 6-month limited warranty
- Attention California Residents: WARNING: This product contains chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer, birth defects or other reproductive harm.
- Tent is large and easy to set up. Directions are sewn into the storage bag. Wish I knew that earlier. Went to Youtube to review setup. Nice tent with several doors in each section for easy exit. The stakes that come with the tent are flimsy. I just purchased a nicer set (.48 cents each, probably could have found cheaper, however purchased them b/c I was at the store). Half of the stakes that come with the tent bent during setup in dirt area. Also, I ordered a green tent and I received the orange one. Kept it since I had no time to return before our camping trip. I’m glad that the storage bag includes an expandable zipper which is nice. It makes storage much easier. Overall, I’m pleased with the purchase. By the way, all doors and windows have complete seals which is nice. Haven’t tested it in the rain yet, however nice purchase. I would recommend that you complete the setup process before staking the tent in the ground. The directions tells the owner to stake the tent down and then begin setup. Also, secure the tarp over the tent in a couple of spots instead of adding it once the tent is completely set up. It makes it easier to add on, as the tent is a tall/ big one. Finally, I did have three queen size blow up mattresses in the tent. They fit nicely. Hope this bad boy lasts!
- Really large! Arrived on time! Looks like good quality, but haven’t had the chance to use it yet. We are very pleased with our purchase!!
- Very easy to put up and take down, I was able to do it myself (5’3 female) in under 10 minutes. Lots of space inside, we were able to put 2 queen sized mattresses and a twin mattress with plenty of room in the center for bags and bins. Great circulation with the top being open and floor vents; actually gets a breeze occasionally and the tent stays cool with windows up. Lots of pockets inside for storage and hooks to hang tent lights. Able to separate the rooms with removable dividers. I was disappointed that you can’t separate the screen porch from the rest of the cabin. Overall, I love the tent, but there were some disappointments: – The screen porch really isn’t a “porch,” it’s just a space within the tent that has floor to ceiling windows. I was used to having a separate screened in area outside the main area to take off shoes and store bins/cookers before entering the tent. It was also a buffer for bugs getting in. This tent does not have that. Bummer. – The doors have a flap to cover the zipper and it gets caught in the zipper all the time. The door is also flimsy and you have to use 2 hands to zip/unzip. – The floor is thin and you’ll need a tarp under it if camping on rocky surfaces. It’s also baggy on the edges despite the tent poles being pulled tight. – We took on water during a heavy rain. Some came in through the power cord opening, some near the floor vents. Also, water came in on the bed pushed up against the side wall. Next time I will wrap the power cord with a washcloth to catch water before it gets into the tent and I’ll put down rugs or towels by the vents. This almost made me return the tent because staying dry is the most important thing when camping, but the space in this tent is amazing, so I’ll give it another trip next month to see if we have any more water issues after my fixes.