Ozark Trail 2-Person Hiker Tent

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Ozark Trail 2-Person Hiker Tent
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  • Gear loft
  • 2 organizer pockets
  • Sleeps 1-2
  • About this item

    Lightweight and easy to carry along, this Ozark Trail Hiker Tent, 7' x 5', has a two-pole design for worry-free setup. It features a gear loft and two organizer pockets. Easy access to an electrical extension cord is provided through the built-in E-port. The Ozark Trail Tent sleeps 1-2 people in one room and provides comfort and shelter outdoors. Quick setup makes this tent ideal for all of your camping trips. The Ozark Trail Hiker Tent is lightweight, which makes it easy to bring with you when climbing a trail. Whether going on a quick hike or out for a long weekend, this tent is a convenient place to call home for the night.

    Ozark Trail 7' x 5' Hiker Tent, Sleeps 1-2:

    • Gear loft
    • 2 organizer pockets
    • Built-in E-port provides easy access to an electrical extension cord
    • Sleeps 1-2
    • 2-pole design
    • 1 room
    • Easy set-up
    • Height: 37"
    • Weight: 5.3 lbs
    • Model# W203.1


    Tent Type: Dome Tents ,  Backpacking Tents
    Battery Type: Does Not Contain a Battery
    Primary Color: Multi-Color
    Multi Pack Indicator: No
    Model No.: W203.1
    Shipping Weight (in pounds): 11.0
    Product in Inches (L x W x H): 84.0 x 60.0 x 37.0
    Assembled in Country of Origin: Imported
    Origin of Components: Imported
    Walmart No.: 552660267

    Customer reviews

    Customer Reviews | 134 reviews | 4.3 out of 5

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    134 reviews | 4.3 out of 5

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    Roomy for a big guy

    Customer review by Gyozadude

    4.0 stars by Gyozadude

    Walmart was out of the blue ones for a buck or two less, but they still had this orange one. I wasn't sure what to expect, but got the tent just 3 days after ordering it online. Constructrion looks good, fabric was heavy duty coated nylon, stitching done well. Setup takes about 5 minutes for one person who knows what he's doing. It's maybe 2 minutes with 2 people due to the two long poles that must be intertwined. A single person has to figure out to secure the intersecting points on each side first before hanging. It's a lot easier with two people. Pros: Uses clips on the outside of the tent to hang onto the poles for super fast setup. No sleeves to slide poles in/out of. Really long, a full 7ft as advertised so it's roomy for a single big person and lots of gear or a big and small person. Tall head space so your head's not rubbing up against the ceiling and you can fully sit up, maybe even play card games. Full rainfly nearly reaches the ground so you're pretty well covered for rain. Geodesic shape runs off water even from the middle section where one might think it pools. Cons: Really minor nits. The rainfly is asymmetric with a bite in it for the entrance D-door where rain might become an issue but it's just that you have to actually orient the rainfly and can't just put it on either direction. Second nit was the tent stakes. They're sticks of metal like on all cheap tents with square cut ends. So no way you're going to push these into hard packed surfaces. I ground them down into semi-pointed round tips making them easy to insert without being dangerously sharp. Third nit is that the tent floor is like an oval with ends lopped off. So it's wider in the middle and narrower in the ends, which robs us of a little more usable floor space. Final specs: Weight after removing cardboard and instructions and repacking: 4 lbs. 8 oz. A lot lighter than the Coleman 2 person green tent (6 lbs 15 oz), which I also bought and tried out, but nearly double the old 4.5 x 6.5 ft micro tent I bought 2 years ago that weighs just 2lbs 8oz and was cheaper but also thinner polyester and is now being replaced after dozens of campouts. Packed length is about 2 ft long. I have a big backpack with long side straps so this can fit vertically. But I strap horizontally on a smaller backpack for single overnighters.

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    Sunnyvale, CA
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Age:45 - 54
    Ownership:2 - 7 weeks
    Usage:Once per month
    Fantastic design

    Customer review by bdavison

    4.0 stars by bdavison

    When I saw the design of this tent I couldn't resist trying one out. So I purchased one, and used it immediately with no prep. Took it out for a night on the Ocmulgee river in Georgia. It's pretty easy to set up, and fast even for just one person if you know how to do it. Even with a light rain and no prep, it worked fine and did not leak. I would recommend this as a ONE person tent. Yes, you can fit two people in it, however there won't be any room for gear. As a one person tent, it is SPACIOUS for such a small footprint. Pros: Weight/Packability - It is what I would consider moderately lightweight for backpacking(<2lbs being ideal, >5lbs being unsuitable - it comes in around 4 lbs). The tent and rainfly can be rolled and put into a dry bag ending up about the size of half a football if done correctly (minus poles). This compressibility makes it ideal in my opinion for a good backpacking tent. Internal Space - Ideally, its a one person tent. With one person there is plenty of space for a full hiking backpack, and whatever other gear you have. The shape of the footprint, allows you to put your gear beside you, instead of at one end making access easier in the night. I am 6'3" tall, and the tent is tall enough for me to sit up in it without bumping my head which gets it super bonus points. The gear pockets and loft placement is excellent, and nice for putting away small things like sunglasses, flashlight, or waterbottle. Ventilation - Without the rainfly on, ventillation is SUPERB. With mesh over nearly the entire top half of the tent, it's perfect for summer months. With the rainfly on, it gets a bit warm inside during the summer months, unless you unzip and tie up the door mesh cover. In rain, it stays pretty comfortable inside with it all sealed up in any temperature. I'd say its multi-season, with either the addition or deletion of the rainfly. Rain resistance - Obviously you should seam seal and treat the rainfly in any new tent purchase. However there are some really nice features for this tent. First off the rainfly covers the entire tent all the way to the ground, with the exception of the door. With waterproofing treatment, its gonna be extremely waterproof due to this design. The only weak spot would be the door. It is equipped with draft/rain collars around the zipper, so with proper treatment, it should not leak. I've had no problems even without treatment. Ease of Use - The tent utilizes a two pole design. You insert the pole ends into grommets on the tabs from the base, and then using clips, raise the tent and clip to the poles. I've found that even for one person, you can have it up in 4 min or less. The rainfly simply hooks to plastic d-rings on the base tabs. If you want a more solid attachment, the rainfly also has tiedowns and velcro straps to ensure it stays put even in heavy winds. Cons: Stakes - those horrid cheap bendable wire-bent stakes. Ditch em, and get some aluminum tri-stakes like the ones from coleman. E-port - I'm not a big fan of the e-port. It was designed for use with an electrical corded device such as a fan or heater at a campground. If you spend most of your time in a campground, this might be a good feature for you. I however call it a "bug-port" because it makes absolutely no sense to mesh and seal up a tent bug proof, and then put a giant porthole on the side of the tent that allows them in. My suggestion: If you dont need it for electrical appliances, glue the thing shut. Its not a big deal though. Overall, I'd highly recommend it for someone looking for a low-cost backpacking tent with high-end features for one person.

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    Warner Robins, GA
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Age:35 - 44
    Ownership:2 - 7 weeks
    Usage:Once per week
    Good value for those on a budget.

    Customer review by JennLed

    4.0 stars by JennLed

    I picked this tent because it was a cheap tent. The reviews were decent, and for the price I decided to give it a shot. I received it about a week before a backpacking trip. I was excited to not have to borrow a tent. Anyways, I set it up in the backyard to give it a "test run" the set up, and to see if it could hold up to my hose drenching it. It did. Totally dry inside. Whether it will withstand a rainstorm I do not know. Where this gets special for me is that when drying it out I was sitting inside making sure my sleeping pad was in good working order when my ailing cat climbed in with me. He had a sniff around and then laid down looking out the doorway with the sun warming his fur. My cat died from his battle with cancer a few days later, a day before my trip. I guess this tent now has a soft spot in my heart, that my cat gave it his nod of approval, I will have that peaceful warm memory for the rest of this tents life. So my hope is that it lasts me a good long while. Long story short. For backpacking this tent was suitable for my needs. It was light, easy to set up, and withstood a little snow flurries (no rain, just some light snow). So, far so good.

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    Sacramento, CA
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Age:25 - 34
    Ownership:5 - 6 months
    Usage:A few times per year
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    by Creeker 9/4/2013
    • Easily. It takes just a few minutes at a leisurely pace and requires no gymnastic skills.
      by The2ndToLastViking10/1/2014
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    • Yes, easily. This was one of the fastest tent set-ups I've ever done.
      by 365hiker9/14/2014
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    • Yes, it's a little tricky the first time trying. You need to hold up both poles and snap on the hooks at the cross sections. Pretty easy after doing it once.
      by Jetdctr8/17/2014
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    • Yes, shouldn't be a problem for single person setup. The trick is to stake down all 6 points of the hexagon floor, THEN insert tent poles.
      by RatRoaster4/1/2014
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    • Yes, easily.
      by ashleyann059/27/2013
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    • Yes, I do the tent by myself in less that 5 min.... and was my first time
      by An anonymous customer9/21/2013
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    • Yes, it has a simple clip design and very easy to do
      by Hennessy1229/16/2013
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    • Yes. The first time you set it up its easier with two people to stabilize the poles so you can see where all of the hooks clip onto the poles, but after that its extremely easy to do it by yourself. Breaking the tent down is also super easy by yourself.
      by HappyCamperHiker9/16/2013
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    • Easily, and in about 3 1/2 minutes.
      by Pmtnbike9/11/2013
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    • yes, I can easily set it up by myself in 5 minutes or less.
      by Phanatic741/23/2014
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    by Kris 4/12/2013
    • The case it came in. It has a handle.
      by Junkie4WallyMart1/11/2015
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    • yes and there is extra room in the case for better stakes
      by Gundoctor8/23/2013
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    • Yes, the packaging it comes in also serves as a carrying case with straps.
      by bdavison7/22/2013
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    • Yes - soft sided with a zipper along the long side - its actually larger around than it needs to be - 24x6
      by 1st9287/20/2013
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    • yes, although it is much to large once you roll the tent up tight for packing
      by TheyCallMeRobble6/19/2013
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    • Came with a case. Snug fit but when tent was rolled tightly I could also a mallet to pound in the stakes.
      by LaLive5/22/2013
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    • Yes it has a carry case
      by PallMall19675/21/2013
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    • Yes. It has a black zippered codura case with two handles. There is a lot of room to spare in the case after the tent is rolled up and put inside.
      by Dirkomatic5/21/2013
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    • yes
      by Not1not5/15/2013
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    • This comes with a room zippered bag made of what looks like cordura nylon with two straps. About 5.5 inches x 5.5inches x 24 inches. The tent is loose inside and only takes about 2/3rds the room of the bag.
      by Gyozadude6/10/2013
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