Rated 2.6 out of 5 by 12
Rated 1 out of 5 by denrob Too hard to put up with two people. Screen room is not closed in on sides and anything and everything could come into the tent. No floor on the screen room. Need a ladder to put the top on the tent. Poles are not color coded as stated. Took way too long to get up.
Rated 1 out of 5 by Darren404 Not worth it ...
In a word ... disappointing. I’ve never had a large multi-room tent like this before, but the other reviewer is correct. It’s no less than a three person job. It took three experienced camping men right at 2 hours to put this tent up for the first time. Polls are not labeled or color coded at all. Ends had to supports to keep the two smaller room ends up without the rain roof on. It looks like the left two tie-downs off on each end, because we also had 4 spikes left over that could have been used for this.
I will purchase tarps to use as a floor for the screened are with. It would have been nice to be able to close those windows when the rain started. The rain rolled off the roof and into the windows there. Also they were large gaps on both sides of that screened in area and the tent. I’m not sure of any way to really be able to close them at this time.
Once up, it did not leak during a heavy rain, though I did use a sealer on the areas that I could get to. I will reseal the entire roof when I unload this beast again.
Rated 3 out of 5 by Subtletulip Great tent for large families!
This tent is def huge! We have a family of 7 and we will all fit with no problems. Plenty of head room all the way around. Also, the screen room on the front is quite roomy. The downside is this is NOT an easy tent to put up. It takes a minimum of 3 people a full 30 minutes or longer to put up. The first time was over an hour!
Rated 1 out of 5 by nizar924 the only thing holding the sides out is the tether cords there is no support from the middle to the side posts and it keeps collapsing as soon as you get a little wind and the Velcro holding the fly to the poles keeps ripping off.
Rated 5 out of 5 by yotesnpr this is a perfect tent for a large family
This tent is perfect for a large family, we had 2 adults and 2 children in it and no one was under foot of the others. It had rained for 3 out of our 4 day trip and everything stayed dry and we all had room. I am a experienced camper and my wife is well on her way to being an experienced camper. The first time we assembled the tent on our lawn it took us about 45 min. and that was just the 2 of us, we did not need a ladder or 4 adults to put it together just had to lay it out first. When assembled the second time it took about 30 minutes. Everyone of our friends and family that have seen it love it and said they will be getting one . The only thing that we wished they did was color code the 4 main upright poles since the angels are different on 2 of them, but as long as you know this and look it is quick and easy to assemble ...
Rated 4 out of 5 by oldfemalecamper hard to put up but nice
I am not reviewing how to put this tent up because I knew it was going to be HARD. I like this tent because after it is put up it is nice. Poles are not labeled so I got a marker and labeled them as I checked to make sure everything was there. There are 4 y poles. They are 2 different sizes. The larger ones go in the front of the tent. I found out the hard way. The middle room is a pentagon shape. Like the Chrysler star logo. It will be hard to measure that one. I will measure the rooms when I have a few minutes and post it in the q & a section. I will buy sticky Velcro to put where the screen porch attaches to the side of the tent to help keep the bugs out. The 3 doors across the front of the tent do not have screens on them. Not sure I like that.
Rated 1 out of 5 by Glamper96 Done wast your money on any Ozark tent
This is our second Ozark tent, both ripped. This tent ripper while putting it up, a light wind cause the fiberglass pole to snap and rip through the pole sleeve. There no rip stop the rip keep going till it hit the seam. Took it back, spend $100 on an cabala tent
Rated 2 out of 5 by YooperCamper Excellent Family Tent! Even though damaged........
This is an AWESOME tent! Was difficult setting up as directions were very vague!! BUT camped on Lake Superior, set tent up in 20+ mph winds in about an hour. Needs at least two people for set up, but more is helpful. Had grandkids help hold. Was very disappointed that the rain fly had a small tear in it upon opening but had to use anyway. And now Ozark trail is claiming use as a reason for not replacing. What were we suppose to do???????? Anyhow lesson learned!!! Do a practice set up before going camping!!!!!
Rated 2 out of 5 by mtlion13 Hard to set up and poor design
Experienced camper and this was not an easy tent to set up. The fly is also the screen room, flies insects and bugs simply have to go between the fly and tent and are then in the screened room, lousy design.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Rmoutdoor Good
Read some reviews prior to ordering, it's a good tent for the money, I've read it was hard to set up, me and my wife are pretty experienced we have had several tents and 2 of us set it up the 1st time in about 30 minutes not bad for a tent of that size, I will say the instructions for set up are poor but when looking at them just count the number of sections of the poles to figure which ones are like a, b, c, etc and you'll be fine since they are not labeled. Overall it's pretty good and with more than 3 people it's a snap
Rated 1 out of 5 by jhzabel setup is horrible
poles hardly fit together one actually broke second time we set it up.