Ozark Trail 2-Person Hiker Tent

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Walmart #: 551093049
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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.: 551093049

    Customer reviews

    Customer Reviews | 129 reviews | 4.3 out of 5

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    129 reviews | 4.3 out of 5

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    Customer review by Muchohombre

    5.0 stars by Muchohombre

    This is a re-badged Wenzel "Lone Tree" tent made for Walmart. At about five pounds it is at the maximum acceptable weight for a hiking tent. Since this is not a top quality tent I seam sealed it and sprayed the rainfly and exposed tent walls with "Camp Dry." Then I purchased better quality stakes. Also as with all of my tents I cut a footprint out of Tyvek. Slightly smaller than the tent floor. The weak spot for this tent during rainy weather is the exposed door. I counter this by determining which direction the rain and wind will be coming from. Then I situate the tent so the door is facing in the opposite direction. I went camping this past weekend and it rained for about an hour early Sunday morning. I was happy that there were no leaks. Of course I took the above mentioned precautions to help ensure that there wouldn't be any. I found the tent to have adequate ventilation. The zippers all worked well and the storage pockets are nice. One thing that puzzles me is the "Eport." How many hikers are going to come across a duplex receptacle out in the woods? This is only a one person tent. Also there is no vestibule. So at least some of your camping gear (like hiking boots) will have to be stored inside the tent with you. I rate this tent at five stars based on the price you pay and the quality you get. If you take the steps I took to get it ready for real world camping I think you will be pleased.

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    Mercer, Pa.
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Ownership:2 - 3 months
    Age:55 - 64
    Usage:A few times per year
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    Great tent!

    Customer review by HappyCamperHiker

    5.0 stars by HappyCamperHiker

    I bought this tent to take with me when I'm out hiking for school. I've had Ozark Trail tents before and just as I expected, the tent worked great! It is the perfect size for me and all of my gear, with plenty of room to move around. The tent did have a few minor leaks the first time I took it out, but I set up the rainfly incorrectly and it also rained for about 18 hours straight. When compared to the more expensive tents that my classmates took, my tent did the best against the rain. It was easy to set up and break down; I had everything packed in less than five minutes. The tent is so lightweight, you can't even feel it in your backpack. I would recommend some sealant spray, which Walmart also sells, just to seal the edges. I would also recommend getting some different stakes, another product that is inexpensive and Walmart carries. Overall, I'm extremely happy with my purchase. Ozark Trail is an inexpensive brand that works better than most of the expensive brands. Lightweight, good quality, and easy to set up. Can't get much better than that!

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    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Ownership:2 - 7 weeks
    Age:18 - 24
    Usage:Every few days
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    Customer review by Not1not

    5.0 stars by Not1not

    This tent was for my grandson who is in Troop 109 Boys Scout Group. He had a camping trip to attend and needed his personal tent, so this tent was just the right size and was extremely easy for him to set up by himself without any assistance. The materials were durable also.

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    DeSoto, Tx
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Ownership:2 - 7 weeks
    Age:55 - 64
    Usage:Once per week
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    by Tutone 11/21/2013
    • It really needs the side stakes to spread properly and when using the fly, but if you where camping on stone without the fly it would free stand and make a 3' x 7' tent, but you would loose the extra foot on each side in the middle, or just tie a weight to it to keep it out on the sides. If it is windy you might have to get more creative.
      by WillyTX11/7/2014
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    • It does need to be staked to be set up properly. The two sides would sag in on you badly otherwise.
      by The2ndToLastViking10/1/2014
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    • It will stand on its own as the poles are on the four corners, but the sides require stakes/cords to pull them out. I've used it stand alone on hard ground without stakes and you just lose some room, but not an issue for 1 person.
      by 365hiker9/15/2014
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    • This is a free standing tent and only needs to be staked for wind protection or to stretch out the floor which is an elongated hexagon shape.
      by Jetdctr8/16/2014
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    • Free-standing.
      by PorchDogOutdoors8/12/2014
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    • It is free standing, but for stability, you definitely want to use all 6 stakes to hole it down. Since this is so light, a light breeze could easily pick this up and blow it/move it.
      by RatRoaster4/1/2014
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    • It is not free standing. The two guy out points at the center of the front and back of tent need staked down.
      by Muchohombre8/18/2014
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    • stakes must be in ground first before you can add poles
      by mcamalsr7/17/2014
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    • Side stakes are necessary to maintain width, but it could be freestanding with one person.
      by CCP440011/18/2014
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    • Can can stand on its own but I would recommend you use stakes.
      by ak88231/5/2014
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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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