Ozark Trail 10' x 10' Instant Straight Leg Canopy / Gazebo

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Walmart #: 550401427

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  • Venting panels for easy air circulation
  • Covers 100 square feet
  • Polyester fabric with steel frame
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    About this item

    With the Ozark Trail Canopy you can protect your guests from the searing sun, pouring rain and assorted weather elements. Coming in at under 50 pounds, this tan Ozark Canopy is easy to assemble and quick to store away. This event 10' x 10' canopy comes with a wheeled carry bag, so you can easily tote it wherever you need it. With 100 square feet of protection and 111-inch center height, the Ozark Trail Canopy top is perfect for those events that require a little extra protection: family gatherings, tailgate barbecues, afternoon picnics, camping and birthday parties. This tan Ozark Canopy features venting panels for easy air circulation and includes rope and four metal anchors to help it stand firm during strong winds. Get this gazebo canopy for your next event or gathering.

    Ozark Trail Canopy:

    • Covers 100 square feet
    • 111" center height
    • Venting panels for easy air circulation
    • Polyester fabric
    • Steel frame
    • Includes carrying bag with wheels
    • Easy to assemble


    Primary Color: Beige
    Multi Pack Indicator: Yes
    Battery Type: Does Not Contain a Battery
    Model No.: FGA1010ST
    Shipping Weight (in pounds): 42.0
    Product in Inches (L x W x H): 47.24 x 47.24 x 43.31
    Assembled in Country of Origin: Imported
    Origin of Components: Imported
    Walmart No.: 550401427

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    High wind and still standing

    Customer review by sccobra

    5.0 stars by sccobra

    I was a little reluctant to buy this product after reading some of the reviews regarding wind resistance. However I decided to give it a try and I am glad I did. We just returned from a 9 day camping trip to AirVenture 2010 at Oshkosh, Wisconsin and true to form had a squall line move through on I believe Tue or Wed night (hard to keep track of time when camping). The storm produced reported 60 to 70 mile per hour winds and very heavy rain for over an hour. The next morning I was half way expecting the canopy to be in Michigan somewhere but low and behold there it was just like when I put it up. One recommendation I will make, and a word of caution, throw the little metal stakes that come with the canopy away and buy four of the big spiral (dog-run) anchors to secure the canopy. Also buy four of the long heavy-duty spike style stakes with the green plastic heads to stake the frame to the ground. Along with the cord that came with the canopy I also used ¼” poly rope tied to the upper frame legs just below the canopy and secured to the cork-screw anchors. This is a must in high wind as there were a couple of units of the same brand, and other brands for that matter, that used the factory stakes that did get blown half way to Michigan.

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    Benton, AR
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Ownership:2 - 7 weeks
    Age:55 - 64
    First-Up and staying up!

    Customer review by jkyle

    5.0 stars by jkyle

    I had this product shipped to my local Wal-Mart store. I also purchased the optional screen kit available. I have a 12 x 24 deck about 8 feet above ground. It gets full south sun all day, morning to sunset. It can be scorching out there. This year I decided to buy some sort of canopy/gazebo to cover part of the area. After reading reviews of the many "gazebos" out there, I feared I would put one up and with the lightest winds, at such an elevation, it would be destroyed. Not to mention, so many of them are $150 or more...no matter what their rating or review. I saw this First-Up model and thought...this could be my answer...easy to install, not necessarily permanent and the perfect TRUE 10 x 10 size (unlike those portable slant-leg models.) I am 5'6" and I can walk in and out of the canopy without needing to "duck-down" at all. The center of it is very high. My husband and I assembled this unit within 15 minutes. The instructions were clear and the unit went up without a hitch. The instructions even have "disassembling" instructions. The bottom of the lags have a small footing with a hole drilled into it, where you can stake the unit down (metal stakes are included) we used screws to anchor our unit down to our deck. So far so good. We've had a few gusty days and the unit hasn't budged, buckled or twisted in any way. It has seen some heavy rain and has not leaked and has no collection/puddling issues on top of the canopy. In all I'm very satisfied with my purchase. Although a real "garden canopy" may be a little taller and perhaps a bit more "decorative," this one will come down easily in early fall and be ready again for me next year, in a snap. The unit comes with a carry bag, to hold the tent, with wheels on one end, so if you do "take it along," it can be rolled behind you. As for the price, it was cheaper than the larger garden canopies. But, it was no "bargain." I paid a fair price, I believe. It remains to be seen the value I got for my money..depending on how many summers I get out of it. I will post a review about the screen addition at that items page.

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    Norwich, CT
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Ownership:2 - 7 weeks
    Age:35 - 44
    Usage:Every day
    Good for outdoor craft shows

    Customer review by fiberlover

    5.0 stars by fiberlover

    I purchased this gazebo to use at outdoor craft show and it worked great. Easy to put up and take down. The carrying case is wheeled so that it is convenient to pull. This tent is a great buy.

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    My daughter disassembled the canopy and took the top off and said it isn't supposed to stay on--that it is supposed to be removed and it doesn't fit in the roller bag. Can you please let me know if the canopy is supposed to come off when put away? If so, is it supposed to fit in the bag?
    by an anonymous customer
    • You can leave it on, but folding it up with the canopy on can eventually wear holes in the canvas. My wife works for a company that puts on outdoor events and use several brands of canopies. The canvas tops eventually wear through because they are don't have time to take the tops off before packing them up for storage. I have four of these so we can cover our entire patio for large groups, and always take the tops off before packing away.
      by UrbanLegend52
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    • I never take mine off - I just fold it up and it fits like a glove.
      by kinabel
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    • Keep it on. It folds and stows quite tightly into the container, but it fits.
      by Bbqb0ss
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    • I've used mine both ways, the canopy does fit in the bag with some wiggling and squishing of it. I only removed it the first few times after that I leave it on when taking it down but in doing this I have noticed some wear marks on the canopy top where the bolts and thing rub on it but no holes in it and it's been over a year.
      by NighthawkMarine
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    • stays on
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    • it's easier to leave the canopy attached to the frame - there is a zippered extension flap that will allow everything to fit back in the bag - even with the canopy still attachhed
      by Nocsbear
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    • your daughter is right. it fill not fit otherwise. but just fold it up and lay on top of frame before zipping it closed.
      by LakeLover66
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    • We leave ours on, no need to remove it and it makes it extremely easy and faster to put up.
      by DGizzmo
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    by PupDad
    • I bought 4 five gallon buckets and some tie down straps from walmart and I either fill them with water if at the river or sand if I am in the desert. Water in the buckets kept my ez up in place through 25 mph winds. They are easy to store and not heavy to move that way just dump out when done. Hope this helps.
      by fffisher
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    • PupDad normally what I do is use a 4 gallon Cat Litter bucket (one for each corner). I have them half filled with concrete. (Yea, they are heavy that's why I they are only half full!) When I set up on a street or solid ground I set a filled bucket by each corner and use long bungie cords to attach to the inside top corner of the canopy down to the handle of the bucket. I have at times, used regular twine to tie the bucket to the canopy but the bungie is much easier. Be sure to make the bungie as tight as possible otherwise this does not work.
      by DebiGag
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    • I took large Hills Bros. Coffee and ,bought 4 big eye bolts w/ washers and nuts. Take the eye bolt and 2 nuts ,one on each side of the washer placed in quick crete and made me some weights and now i can strap all four corners down with straps I got at Harbor freight. Each weigh around 10 lbs.so i have 40 lbs holding it down. It holds in winds up to 20/25 mph while we camp with no problem
      by Peglegpo
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    • The long cords that come on the canopy in each corner are long enough to wrap around concrete blocks. We also set a block on the tab at the end of each pole.
      by grannie5
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    • buy the sandbags, unbuckle the straps, wrap them tightly around the legs and rebuckle. You can also run a loop of cord through the hole in the plate at the bottom of the leg and run the strap through it. Chinch tight. You could also buy an extra set of sand bags for the guy-lines.
      by An anonymous customer
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    • Some places sell disk shaped 5-10 lb weights that slip over the base of each leg, that's what I use and I bought them from Dick's Sporting Goods...sorry Walmart.
      by Scoutdenldr
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    • Sandbags, half concrete blocks, stepping stones, -anything handy with a little weight. It will freestand if the wind isn't too strong.
      by WA9ISV
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    by an anonymous customer
    • Yes you can, but eventually you will wear holes in the fabric by leaving it on during storage and setup/take-down. My wife works for a company that puts on outdoor events and uses canopies of all brands. They don't have time to remove the fabric covers so leave them on and store them. They constantly end up throwing them away because of holes worn through the tops by doing that. I always remove the top when storing it.
      by UrbanLegend52
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    • you should be able to - just take care not to pinch the fabric between frames when taking it down I leave my canopy on my 1st Up when I take it down - makes it so much easier to set up & take down
      by Nocsbear
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    • yes it can
      by zammies
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    • Yes...I let my tarp on the top and never remove it...hey call me lazy but I have had no issues doing this.
      by DebiGag
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    • Yes - but the manufacturer does not recommend it. (I've never seen anyone ever take the tarp off)
      by WA9ISV
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    • The manufacturer recommends not storing the gazebo with the canopy on. My opinion from using this is that making sure the canopy is completely dry and carefully retracting the frame it is possible to pack in the storage bag on a short term basis. It will be tight though. I would say to remove the tarp if you will be storing for long periods like during the winter months.
      by RockitSoundman
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    • No, but it only takes five minutes to disassemble.
      by Ruralgural
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