Ozark Trail 12-Person 3-Room Cabin Tent

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Walmart #: 550368795
Ozark Trail 12-Person 3-Room Cabin Tent

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  • 3-room, 16' x 16' cabin dome tent
  • Windows, welded tub floor and hanging shelves
  • Sleeps: 12
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    Create a roomy, bug-free and ventilated oasis for your family and friends with the Ozark Trail 16' x 16' Cabin Dome Tent. A chain corded free-standing frame system and 100 percent polyester cover makes it fast and easy to erect this outdoor tent on level ground. This home away from home sports tent is ventilated with 7 windows and a mesh roof that blocks insects and allows airflow, ensuring the comfort of everyone inside. With a 3 separate rooms and 256 square feet of sheltered floor area, you'll have plentiful space for hanging with friends or relaxing. Perfect for long-term camping and sleeping up to 12 people, the welded tub floor keeps you dry and the hanging shelves allow for storage of clothes and sundries. If you want an instant outdoor oasis, consider buying the Ozark Trail 16' x 16' Cabin Dome Tent today.

    Ozark Trail 16' x 16' Cabin Dome Tent, Sleeps 12:

    • 3 rooms
    • 100 percent polyester with fiberglass frame
    • Chain corded free-standing frame system for easy set-up
    • 7 windows and mesh roof for excellent ventilation
    • Welded tub floor to keep you dry
    • Hanging shelves for storage
    • Wheeled duffle carry bag
    • Sleeps: 12
    • 6-month replacement parts warranty


    Tent Type: Cabin/Family Tents
    Battery Type: Does Not Contain a Battery
    Primary Color: Multi-Color
    Multi Pack Indicator: Yes
    Model No.: WT121616-1
    Shipping Weight (in pounds): 74.35
    Product in Inches (L x W x H): 192.0 x 192.0 x 82.0
    Assembled in Country of Origin: Imported
    Origin of Components: Imported
    Walmart No.: 550368795

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    Customer Reviews | 77 reviews | 4.2 out of 5

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    Great Tent for Family Camping

    Customer review by LMarie1979

    4.0 stars by LMarie1979

    We decided to purchase this tent for a spur of the moment family camping trip after realizing that our family of 5 was not going to fit comfortably in our 6-person tent anymore. We were amazed that a tent of this size was so reasonably priced, but worried that we would be sacrificing some quality because of it. That honestly was not the case! During our trip we had 90 degree weather, rain, wind gusts up to around 40+ mph, and even a couple of 40 degree nights. This tent held up to ALL of it and kept us warm when needed, cool when needed, and most importantly, DRY! There are windows everywhere, a big screen door connected to one of the rooms, and a standard door attached to the other room, with dividers that could be used between all 3 rooms. There are also little corner shelves and wall pockets in each room for storing things. The top of this tent is entirely made of mesh, which definitely helped with circulation and keeping the tent fairly cool during the hot days. The roof covering went on fairly easily and held, even with the high winds we had. We were extremely grateful for that since we had a thunderstorm pop up in the middle of the night. We stayed completely dry, not a drop of water made it in anywhere. It was fairly noisy from the roof cover and walls flapping everywhere from the wind, but we survived and so did our tent! As far as putting it together goes, we had 2 of these to put up for our trip; the 1st tent took longer than the first since we'd never done it before. About an hour + for 3 girls to set up the first one. The 2nd tent was put up by a group of about 6 or so people and only took around 20-30 minutes. One thing to note is that this material is fairly thin. Make sure you pack a tarp to lay down first. We forgot ours and unfortunately 1 of the tents had a hole poked through the bottom from some big weed in the ground. The same tent also had one of the tie-downs for the roof covering tear, but I honestly think that was a combination of user error and trying to put up a tent in such high winds. The only other issue we had was with the zipper on the canvas door that covers the big screened area. I don't know if it was from overuse by kids or what, but the zipper separated and could not be re-threaded, so we can no longer zip that big door and have already talked to Walmart about exchanging our tent since we only got 1 weekend out of it. Other than those couple of things, this tent is excellent and I would definitely recommend it to others who camp in groups or as a family, and want a large tent but not the large cost. We were able to fit a Queen size air mattress, a play pen, and 2 twin air mattresses, along with all of our belongings in this tent and still had room for more and to move around too.

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    College Station, TX
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Age:25 - 34
    Ownership:2 - 7 weeks
    Usage:A few times per year

    Customer review by Happyevans

    5.0 stars by Happyevans

    I am a single 51-year-old woman who loves to travel and camp. This past summer I stayed by myself in a nicer quality campground in Rapid City, South Dakota for the Sturgis Bike Rally. After carefully selecting a campsite large enough for this unit, I laid down heavy duty tarps in order to create a footprint. I then read the instructions and was able to set it up (all by myself) for the first time in a little less than 45 minutes. The key is to put together just the roof frame, attach the tent with the provided hooks to the appropriate locations, install and attach the rainfly, and THEN insert the frame legs to raise it. I learned from past experience to use heavy duty stakes with every tent, as they do provide more stability than the ones that usually are included with a tent. I made sure that each and every stake was pounded into the ground as far as they could go before attaching the tiedown cords for the tent and rainfly. Inside, I used five sets of plastic collapsible shelves (about $13.00 a set at Walmart) for storing everything from clothes to kitchen items. My site included electrical outlets, so I conveniently ran long outdoor extension cords through the tent to power all appliances and equipment. There were two folding lounge chairs in the front room (complete with detachable footrests), two sets of shelves, a floor lamp and the television. In the corner room, I slept on a very comfortable double height queen size air mattress with a collapsible queen size frame underneath, and set up a set of the shelves in the corner. The room was so large that I was still able to walk around the bed. My 10,000 btu air conditioner with remote fit quite nicely in the floor level vent on the side of the tent, and kept me quite comfortable even during the hottest time of the day. The third room was equipped with a 4.2 cf mini refrigerator and microwave set atop two sets of shelves, and a folding table and four small folding chairs. Even with all the equipment inside the tent, I still had more than enough room to move around. In fact, I stayed in it over a month after the Rally ended because I had so much fun. Yes, folks, I really "roughed" it!! As always happens at the Sturgis Bike Rally, several severe storms with high winds, hail and pounding rain passed over the camp. NOT ONE DROP OF WATER came inside the tent, and the frame stood miraculously unfazed, even in 40 mph+ winds. Nothing ripped, tore or otherwise failed to meet my expectations. I was even able to use the "porch awning" as a mini carport by parking my full size SUV under it!! When camping with any tent, care must be used to pick out a site that will provide some stabiity and protection against the elements. After all, they are NOT RVs and therefore do not offer the same comforts of such. Common sense dictates that a big unit like this one cannot be set up out in the middle of a field with no trees to shield it during a storm. It is also important that ALL of the tiedowns are tightly secured to the stakes, which are to be firmly pounded into the ground several inches. Without these precautions, many of the problems outlined in other reviews will occur. The larger the tent, the more care should be taken to ensure that it will remain safely intact. In summary, I HIGHLY recomment this tent, especially for families. It is a tremendous value for such a roomy, quality item and, if properly cared for as outlined above, should provide many years of fun and excitement. Thank you for reading my review!!

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    Seattle, Washington
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Age:45 - 54
    Ownership:9 - 10 months
    Usage:A few times per year
    I would buy again.. very nice tent for the money!!

    Customer review by AronW

    4.0 stars by AronW

    This tent is very nice and extremely large. My daughter wanted to have a birthday party/camp trip with her friends so it was a good excuse for me to by a larger family tent to use in the future. I was amazed at its size and versatility. ASSEMBLY – really is a 2 person job, but I did it myself in about an hour once I figured out the frame configuration. I would recommend getting three 8x10 5mil tarps to lay out underneath to prevent possible tears in floor or possible wet ground. I laid the tent out and then began assembling the roof frame. The poles are color coordinated dots to the connectors which make for easy assembly, once you figure out how it lays out. Once I had the frame assembled I began constructing the legs (partially)… very important not to extend the legs until you have the tent and roof connected to the frame. Once I had that assembled I attached the tent to the frame. The poles will be much more secure once you get the tent attached to it so don’t worry so much if they come a part a little during construction. I then applied the roof canopy… once that was completed I extended the legs and the tent was perfect. Stakes – they are cheap so I purchased 3 packs of 8 heavy plastic… paid off in the end and only cost about $10. I used the stakes that came with the tent to hold down the roof canopy strings… made the tent much more stable since it is not really a dome tent. The extra 10-15 min to set up the extra stakes was well worth it as the tent was very sturdy INSIDE – very roomy and had 3 shelf adders which made it nice. The room of the tent is mesh which keeps it well ventilated and the roof/rain cover keeps out the weather and sun.. plenty of large windows all throughout the tent. I heard some people complain there were latches to hold the doors open, but no latches to hold the windows… seemed like a silly complaint because you will notice the windows zip down and not up… they leave an extra pocket at the bottom so you can just roll the open window into the pocket to keep out of the way. Two large zip up doors also work great. We used the back room for girls to change in privacy. The walls are thin, but surprisingly keeps the tent warm at night. OCCUPANCY - This tent says it sleeps 12 but it could easily hold more… my daughter and her friends (10 total) easily slept in two of the rooms and my wife had a Queen sized Cot/Mattress from Colman (very handy and nice to have) set up in the 3rd room…. Still had plenty of room left over. This could easily hold 12 full grown adults with no problem AC – the tent does have an AC slot at the bottom in the back which is laughable since the roof is mesh, but I can see if it is really hot and you have small children you want some cool air blowing in… it is a nice feature to have. The mesh zips up so you can close it off when not using to keep critters out. TEAR DOWN – much easier to tear down for sure, but make sure you keep track of the poles and connectors… there are a lot of them and it would be very easy to leave one behind.

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    San Diego, CA
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Age:35 - 44
    Ownership:2 - 3 months
    Usage:Once per month
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    Is that a flap on the side with an AC unit in the picture? Bringing a small window unit to cool the tent would be wonderful so, if it is I am sold. However, is there also mesh or something to keep critters from crawling in beside the ac unit or would you need to tape around it? thanks
    by shelby1122 5/4/2012
    • There is an elasticized cover that fits over the top of your air conditioner and then stakes down, just like the rainfly. There is also a mesh window with a zipper closure. Once the air conditioner is in place, there are no openings available for a critter to crawl inside the tent. I sometimes will use moth balls spread on the ground under the air conditioner to deter wild animals from my tent.
      by Happyevans5/10/2013
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    • i did not use a air conditioner,BUT it is used for an air conditioner and does have a mess screen!
      by roknana4/9/2013
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    • All tent openings (a/c vent included) are covered with mesh
      by dhmark4/9/2013
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    • It is for an ac unit and it has something to fit around the unit to keep out unwanted intruders!
      by iamcountry4/9/2013
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    • Their is a mesh zip up flap to keep the critters out, the tent cover also has an expandable lining which can be pulled close to any AC unit... kind of like a gym bag with pull string...
      by AronW4/9/2013
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    • The flap is at the the bottom of second room window. and it does have a mesh closing that keeps the critters out. You will be well pleased.
      by Arkis4/9/2013
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    • the air cond availability is what sold us too BUT however this tent has a FULL MESH ROOF and the air cond simply cannot cool a tent with an open roof.
      by himandi3/24/2015
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    • YES!!! I just got off the phone with HKD Global, the people who manufacture the tent for WalMart, and they confirmed it for me as this was a need for me. My wife and I love to camp but are both diabetics and with the heat out there, A/C is a must. Acording to the wonderfully sweet woman I talked to from hkd, she is not sure why it doesn't say it in the description, but the flap/hole functions as a vent, or can be opened as you see it in the picture to accomodate a typical 5000 BTU window unit, (which is more then enough and may ever freeze you out of a tent) just lift the vent up, slide the unit in, rest it on some blocks or so and your good to go! I also need to add that there is a "ac boot" out there for tents that I was looking at to add this functionality to most any tent, but that requires you to install it, involving cutting a large hole in your tent wall and I am not sure I trust myself with that. So unless your a seemstress, if you want enjoyable, family camping, this is your only option!! I will say she didn't mention any issues about animals, but since the flap would have to strap down to keep moisture out from rain/dew, I would say I wouldn;t worry about it, of course you could always either set somethign against the opening if not in use, or you could use sticky velcro strips, or something like that to hold it. I know that I am getting the tent fairly soon, so if I can edit the answer later, I will and let you know how that issue is covered as well as make a full review. I'll try to take some pictures and really cover this feature as well, beacuse I know this is really what your adverage amature camper is gonna want. ^.^
      by BlackMagickFox4/9/2013
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    how long does it take to set this tent up and do i have to buy any additional parts for it to be set up and work?
    by conpam 5/2/2012
    • It takes my husband and I about a half hour to set up. We did buy a 8x10 tarp to put under the awning because the mud mat that comes with it isn't very big and we don't like tracking in the tent.
      by ckcharbonneau6/3/2013
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    • no additional parts needed - what they give is what u set up. 1st time set up was 30 mins. 2nd time was less than 20 mins and it does take 2 people. very easy
      by jameslovesme6/3/2013
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    • 1 person - HOURS! 2 people - about and hour or 2 the first time, less afterwords **It helps a lot to read all instructions before assembly (attached to the transport bag)**
      by dhmark6/3/2013
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    • The first time we set up took an hour but after we figured it out it was simple. Only thing extra you'll need is a Second person to make it easier.
      by iamcountry6/3/2013
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    • Two people can probably do this in about 30-45 minutes.... I did it by myself in about an hour once I figured out the configuration :)
      by AronW6/3/2013
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    • About 2 hours. this was our 1st time putting up one this big. I recommend you use heavy stakes to hold it down.
      by Arkis6/3/2013
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