Ozark Trail 10-Person 3-Room Cabin Tent

4.5 stars
Walmart #: 551072961
List price $151.97  (You save $12.97)
FREE shipping
FREE pickup
Care plan (optional):
Sold by Walmart.com
Showing options for 07095
Data unavailable
Data unavailable
Data unavailable
Data unavailable
Showing options for 07095
  • 1 center door and 2 side doors
  • Sleeps 10
  • Measures 20' x 10'
  • Gifting note: This item ships in the manufacturer's original packaging. If intended as a gift, the packaging may reveal the contents.

    About this item

    This Ozark Trail 10-Person 3-Room Cabin Tent sleeps 10 people and can fit three queen air mattresses with room to spare. The two removable room dividers can create three separate rooms.

    Ozark Trail 10-Person 3-Room Cabin Tent:

    • Sleeps 10
    • 1 center door and 2 side doors offer separate entrances for added privacy
    • 6 windows and 2 side doors for increased ventilation and panoramic views
    • Taped fly seams prevent leakage
    • Fits 3 queen air mattresses with room to spare
    • 2 removable room dividers create 3 rooms
    • 3-room family tent includes E-port, mud mat and shoe pocket
    • Comes with a zippered carry bag
    • Measures 20' x 10'
    • Model# WMT922.4


    Tent Type: Cabin/family Tents
    Battery Type: Does Not Contain a Battery
    Primary Color: Multi-Color
    Multi Pack Indicator: No
    Model No.: WMT922.4
    Shipping Weight (in pounds): 31.8
    Product in Inches (L x W x H): 28.279 x 11.889 x 11.358
    Assembled in Country of Origin: Imported
    Origin of Components: Imported
    Walmart No.: 551072961

    Customer reviews

    Customer Reviews | 209 reviews | 4.3 out of 5

    4.5 stars

    209 reviews | 4.3 out of 5

    5 stars
    4 stars
    3 stars
    2 stars
    1 stars
    Would recommend to a friend



    Great for a large family

    Customer review by TVsalesguy

    5.0 stars by TVsalesguy

    Fairly easy to set up, read the directions!! Tent is huge make sure have plenty of ground space. Lots of doors, main door built in footwear removal area (huge plus with lots of muddy little feet)helped keep tent clean. Seperate rooms great for changing clothes and keeping the kids seperate from the parents. Tall enough for a 6'4" man to feel comfortable. Definately helped make a great camping trip.

    Was this review helpful? (129) (5)
    Thank you! You have successfully submitted feedback for this review.
    Bradenton, FL
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Ownership:2 - 7 weeks
    Age:55 - 64
    Usage:Once per month
    Verified purchaser
    Verified purchaser
    Customer has been confirmed to have purchased the item from Walmart.
    Great buy for such a huge tent

    Customer review by ScoutMom5

    5.0 stars by ScoutMom5

    We've used the tent twice now, in two very different weather conditions. First, let's talk about setup. It'd been about 15 years since I'd set up a tent, and my only helper on this tent was going to be my 10 year-old son. We did a test run in the backyard, and I also applied seam sealer. The first setup probably took about an hour, which was cut down to 1/2 hour on subsequent setups. This was with very minimal help from my son and would be much easier for two adults. I believe the instructions tell you to stake the corners first, but you'll have a much straighter floor if you stake the middle "square" of the tent first, then work your way out. Don't stake the mud mat until after setup. Also, I replaced all the stakes with heavier Coleman ones. I used a 20 x 10 tarp underneath, and had to fold a little under since the tent is not rectangular. Now, for size. This tent is a monster. You could fit three queen mattresses and still have room for your gear. Our first time out we had a queen mattress on either side of the tent, and the middle section contained two chairs, a table, two big storage containers, backpacks and various other items. The side doors are plenty large enough to bring in fully-inflated queen mattresses. If going to a campground, make sure you have a campsite large enough for this tent. Our first time we were at a state park with only a few other campers due to cold weather, so we got our pick of sites. There were probably only three campsites in the whole park that could accommodate this tent. And everyone's favorite question: weather. The first outing was in early spring, but conditions were still quite cold and it was 30-40 degrees at night. I was under no delusion that this tent would be toasty, and this is why we had a propane camping heater. However, there is way too much ventilation to keep any heat in. The entire top of the tent is mesh and air continuously flows through under the rainfly. This air flow, combined with the windows and doors should be great ventilation in warm weather. I did manage to improvise and dramatically cut down the air flow by removing the rainfly and draping two lightweight blankets over the tent, then replacing the rainfly. Still, do not take this tent out for cold-weather camping if you want to be comfy. Choose a smaller dome tent that has much less roof ventilation. The second outing was in late spring, very pleasant temps, so we still haven't tested the ventilation on those wonderful hot summer days. We did, however, experience a storm with a tremendous amount of rain. Many other tents around us were flooded and/or collapsed, but we were bone dry. One thing I had done was stake down the flaps on the two side doors, since we weren't going to need them open for ventilation. Staking the flaps down pulls them out slightly from the mesh doors, making the rain run off instead of collecting and soaking through the doors. Also, I made sure to get the rainfly as taut as possible. This seemed to be the issue with the other odd-shaped tents that got flooded at the campsite. Their rainflies were loose and lying on the top of the tents, collecting water. If the "3-Room" feature is what's guiding your decision, you will be disappointed. There are two room dividers that tie to the walls, but they are thin grey nylon that you can still see through. Also, they don't go to the top of the tent, so you can see right over the divider when you are standing up. So, if it's complete privacy you want, forget it. The dividers might be good if you have young kids that love the idea of having their own room in the tent. Other than that, they're kind of useless. All in all, a great tent, especially for the money.

    Was this review helpful? (80) (0)
    Thank you! You have successfully submitted feedback for this review.
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Ownership:7 - 8 months
    Age:35 - 44
    Usage:A few times per year
    Good buy

    Customer review by ManChicken

    5.0 stars by ManChicken

    Sometimes when you buy something you hit a home run. With this product it was hit out the ballpark. Huge! Not hard for one person to put up. I am disabliled and it took me less than an hour. Rain? It has rain very very hard 4" in 3 hours and did not leak a drop. Wind? It has withheld 25-30mph with out a problem. I do worry about how long this will last though, mine will get a lot of use I did get the 2 year replacement plan. I just hope they have the very same tent if I have to replace this one within the 2 years. What a deal for the price this thing is HUGE! I got this tent to supplament my 13'x8' 2 wheel camper and this tent dwarfs the camper.

    Was this review helpful? (135) (23)
    Thank you! You have successfully submitted feedback for this review.
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Ownership:2 - 7 weeks
    Age:55 - 64
    Usage:Every few days
    1-3 of 194 total reviews See all

    Customer Q&A

    Have questions? Get answers from experts and customers who own this product.

    Ask a question

    If you would like to share feedback with us about pricing, delivery or other customer service issues, please contact customer service directly.

    Q&A tips and guidelines

    Q&A Exchange Guidelines

    When writing your question or answer, please follow these guidelines:

    • Do: Make sure your question is directly related to the product
    • Do: Be specific and provide as many details as possible
    • Do: Include the model number (if applicable)
    • Do: Write your question in English
    • Do Not: Include personal information (such as your full name)
    • All submitted questions and answers are subject to the terms set forth in our Terms and Conditions

    We reserve the right not to post your question or answer if it contains any of the following:

    • Any information not related to the actual merchandise or topic
    • Obscenities, discriminatory language or other language not suitable for a public forum
    • Advertisements or “spam” content
    • Email addresses, physical addresses or other forms of contact information
    • Critical or spiteful comments on other questions or answers posted on the page or their authors
    • Any imagery that demonstrates incorrect use of the merchandise
    • Anything that Walmart deems to be inappropriate, at Walmart's discretion

    Provide as many details as possible, including the model number (if applicable).

    Remember: Don’t include personal information (such as your full name).

    Preview Question

    Walmart does not sponsor, recommend or endorse any third party product or service, or any customer ideas or advice.

    Thank you.

    Questions will be checked against our question guidelines and posted within five to seven business days.

    The photos seem to depict a "side" door, but a review states that there is only one door - the "front" door. Which is accurate?
    by celticdaughter 6/30/2013
    • There are "doors" on both sides too so 3 total.
      by playruf22/23/2014
      Was this answer helpful? (0) (0)
    • they have 3 doors. 1 front door and 2 side doors
      by kacie372/4/2014
      Was this answer helpful? (0) (0)
    • There are two side doors, which zip in the middle of the door. They are mesh on the inside, and nylon flaps on the outside that can be unzipped and tied back for ventilation. They are big enough to bring in a fully-inflated queen mattress. The front door is D-style, mesh on the outside with a flap that unzips from the inside for ventilation.
      by ScoutMom510/9/2013
      Was this answer helpful? (0) (0)
    • There is one main door and two side doors.
      by Offbeatgal7/23/2013
      Was this answer helpful? (0) (0)
    • The main "front" door is as shown. It also has an entry on both ends of the tent, each having a full screen on the inside which zips in the middle and along the bottom near the floor. These have a nylon cover on the outside, which also zips in the middle. When it is not raining, you can open the outside cover and let fresh air in the tent. It does have 3 exits - one on the front and one on each end.
      by HappyWardCampers7/19/2013
      Was this answer helpful? (0) (0)
    • There are three doors... One is the front door and then there are doors on both ends. The end doors are a bit easier to get in and out of. There is plenty of ventilation overall.
      by Emankcin9876543217/10/2013
      Was this answer helpful? (0) (0)
    • It has a total of 3 doors, one in front and one in each side.
      by An anonymous customer7/10/2013
      Was this answer helpful? (0) (0)
    • This tent has 3 doors. One on each end and 1 in the front.
      by tootsie1doodle7/9/2013
      Was this answer helpful? (0) (0)
    • The front center is the main door. The two side rooms have screens that zip down the center and fully open for entering/exiting. For insect and dirt control with kids, we only used the front center door with carpet strips inside to limit dirt.
      by YoungFamilyPA7/8/2013
      Was this answer helpful? (0) (0)
    • There are 3 doors. Once you put the room dividers up each room(3) has their own entrance. One on each end and then one in the middle with a small awning and "porch"
      by Camper2497/2/2013
      Was this answer helpful? (0) (0)
    Do the dividers attach to the floor, or can they be crawled under by dogs/kids?
    by R 6/10/2013
    • No, they're not attached to the floor, they tie to the front and back walls. Dogs/kids would be able to make their way under, and probably tear your tent in the process. I would leave the walls down just to be safe. They are thin and rather see-through anyway.
      by ScoutMom510/9/2013
      Was this answer helpful? (0) (0)
    • They only attatch to the sides and ceilings.
      by Offbeatgal7/23/2013
      Was this answer helpful? (0) (0)
    • They can be crawled under. They attach at the top and sides of the tent.
      by HappyWardCampers7/19/2013
      Was this answer helpful? (0) (0)
    • The dividers attach to the walls at the top and bottom by hooks. There is a gap at the top. Kids/dogs will be able to crawl under dividers. Unhooking the dividers is the only way to access interior room from the center.
      by tootsie1doodle7/9/2013
      Was this answer helpful? (0) (0)
    • They are attached by bungis- they don't really make rooms just a tiny bit of privacy. The dividers do not go all the way up to the ceiling and are slightly transparent when you look in a certain light-
      by Camper2497/2/2013
      Was this answer helpful? (0) (0)
    • The dividers attach with hooks to the sides of the Tent. Two on each side. Not only can they be crawled under but can also be crawled around at the walls. The are perfect as we want our kids to be able to move inside easily.
      by UmpireLou6/27/2013
      Was this answer helpful? (0) (0)
    • It attaches low to the ground. A small dog or child could get under it. We don't use ours.
      by Fettefam6/20/2013
      Was this answer helpful? (1) (0)
    • Through hooks into latch
      by Nick11Sid6/13/2013
      Was this answer helpful? (0) (1)
    1-3 of 56 questions See all

    Product Recommendations

    Your recently viewed items

    Clear this list