Ozark Trail

Ozark Trail 9' x 7' Instant Dome Camping Tent, Sleeps 4

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The Ozark Trail Four-Person Instant Dome Tent sets up in 30 seconds! This four-person tent requires no assembly because the poles are pre-attached to the tent, just unfold and extend. It comfortably fits one queen airbed or up to four campers in sleeping bags on the floor. It includes an adjustable ground vent to keep the tent cool and comfortable. Stay organized and connected with multiple storage pockets, electrical port access, and a media pocket that fits most tablets.

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The Ozark Trail Four-Person Instant Dome Tent sets up in 30 seconds! This four-person tent requires no assembly because the poles are pre-attached to the tent, just unfold and extend. It comfortably fits one queen airbed or up to four campers in sleeping bags on the floor. It includes an adjustable ground vent to keep the tent cool and comfortable. Stay organized and connected with multiple storage pockets, electrical port access, and a media pocket that fits most tablets.
Ozark Trail 9' x 7' Instant Dome Camping Tent, Sleeps 4:
  • Sleeps 4
  • Easy 30-second setup
  • No assembly required: poles pre-attached to tent
  • Fits 1 queen airbed
  • 2 windows
  • Media Pocket, gear loft, and hanging organizer pocket
  • Ground vent
  • Free-standing frame design
  • Electrical cord access
  • Carry bag included
  • Tent stakes included
  • Measures: 9' x 7'
  • Height: 50"
  • Construction: 19OT coated polyester, steel and fiberglass
  • Weight: 10.66 lbs
  • 6-month limited warranty
  • Model# WMT-9750
  • Attention California Residents: WARNING: This product contains chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer, birth defects or other reproductive harm.

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Most helpful positive review
21 customers found this helpful
Average Rating:(5.0)out of 5 stars
I love this little tent!
This little tent has gotten me through 3 week long camping trips now. It assembles in less than 10 minutes and stays weather tight. It has held up perfectly in heavy rain, high winds, and below freezing nights. The rain fly does its job very well and I have not had any issues with rain or wind getting into the tent. I did upgrade the stakes to more sturdy ones to provide a little more "tie-down" strength. Only downside is that I have no idea how youre supposed to fit 4 people. This will comfortably sleep 2 on a queen size air mattress with enough room for a cooler and backpacks... but standing up is not an option.
Most helpful negative review
18 customers found this helpful
Average Rating:(1.0)out of 5 stars
first 3 times set up- easy, then wouldn't stay up
I bought this for a camping trip with my son, and for some solo camping. I needed something super easy to set up alone. The plan a few days with my son, 2 weeks alone, then another few days with my son(I dropped him off at camp) First few times were great no issues THEN.... I bumped the doorway with the twin air mattress and down it went. After that the next couple of nights the slightest bump and it would just collapse. Then came the real issues it just wouldn't stay up, I had to tie the tent to overhanging branches above to get it to stay up. a few spots I had to tie it to the truck or tent post because I didn't have a tree to attach it to. Rain, forget about it, hit a moderate thunder storm near the Grand canyon, and it collapsed repeatedly through the night, and of course leaked badly because you have to touch it to get it back up... everything was soaked. I think it was just a design flaw, the problem seemed to be with the awning, slight overhang in the front and back, the poles seemed to throw everything off and be to heavy. The elbows didn't seem to allow the poles to bend the way they should for a dome tent. Nothing worse than camping out west alone with a tent that just can't stay up on it's own.
Most helpful positive review
21 customers found this helpful
Average Rating:(5.0)out of 5 stars
I love this little tent!
This little tent has gotten me through 3 week long camping trips now. It assembles in less than 10 minutes and stays weather tight. It has held up perfectly in heavy rain, high winds, and below freezing nights. The rain fly does its job very well and I have not had any issues with rain or wind getting into the tent. I did upgrade the stakes to more sturdy ones to provide a little more "tie-down" strength. Only downside is that I have no idea how youre supposed to fit 4 people. This will comfortably sleep 2 on a queen size air mattress with enough room for a cooler and backpacks... but standing up is not an option.
Most helpful negative review
18 customers found this helpful
Average Rating:(1.0)out of 5 stars
first 3 times set up- easy, then wouldn't stay up
I bought this for a camping trip with my son, and for some solo camping. I needed something super easy to set up alone. The plan a few days with my son, 2 weeks alone, then another few days with my son(I dropped him off at camp) First few times were great no issues THEN.... I bumped the doorway with the twin air mattress and down it went. After that the next couple of nights the slightest bump and it would just collapse. Then came the real issues it just wouldn't stay up, I had to tie the tent to overhanging branches above to get it to stay up. a few spots I had to tie it to the truck or tent post because I didn't have a tree to attach it to. Rain, forget about it, hit a moderate thunder storm near the Grand canyon, and it collapsed repeatedly through the night, and of course leaked badly because you have to touch it to get it back up... everything was soaked. I think it was just a design flaw, the problem seemed to be with the awning, slight overhang in the front and back, the poles seemed to throw everything off and be to heavy. The elbows didn't seem to allow the poles to bend the way they should for a dome tent. Nothing worse than camping out west alone with a tent that just can't stay up on it's own.
This little tent has gotten me through 3 week long camping trips now. It assembles in less than 10 minutes and stays weather tight. It has held up perfectly in heavy rain, high winds, and below freezing nights. The rain fly does its job very well and I have not had any issues with rain or wind getting into the tent. I did upgrade the stakes to more sturdy ones to provide a little more "tie-down" strength. Only downside is that I have no idea how youre supposed to fit 4 people. This will comfortably sleep 2 on a queen size air mattress with enough room for a cooler and backpacks... but standing up is not an option.
I bought this for a camping trip with my son, and for some solo camping. I needed something super easy to set up alone. The plan a few days with my son, 2 weeks alone, then another few days with my son(I dropped him off at camp) First few times were great no issues THEN.... I bumped the doorway with the twin air mattress and down it went. After that the next couple of nights the slightest bump and it would just collapse. Then came the real issues it just wouldn't stay up, I had to tie the tent to overhanging branches above to get it to stay up. a few spots I had to tie it to the truck or tent post because I didn't have a tree to attach it to. Rain, forget about it, hit a moderate thunder storm near the Grand canyon, and it collapsed repeatedly through the night, and of course leaked badly because you have to touch it to get it back up... everything was soaked. I think it was just a design flaw, the problem seemed to be with the awning, slight overhang in the front and back, the poles seemed to throw everything off and be to heavy. The elbows didn't seem to allow the poles to bend the way they should for a dome tent. Nothing worse than camping out west alone with a tent that just can't stay up on it's own.

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1-5 of 102 reviews
Average Rating:(5.0)out of 5 stars

I love this little tent!

This little tent has gotten me through 3 week long camping trips now. It assembles in less than 10 minutes and stays weather tight. It has held up perfectly in heavy rain, high winds, and below freezing nights. The rain fly does its job very well and I have not had any issues with rain or wind getting into the tent. I did upgrade the stakes to more sturdy ones to provide a little more "tie-down" strength. Only downside is that I have no idea how youre supposed to fit 4 people. This will comfortably sleep 2 on a queen size air mattress with enough room for a cooler and backpacks... but standing up is not an option.

Average Rating:(5.0)out of 5 stars

Easiest set-up tent ever

I purchased this tent with the hope that it would be easy enough to set-up alone if I needed to. On a recent camping trip with friends I was the first person to arrive at our shared site. I was able to set this tent up all by myself in 5 minutes, it was the first time I had set it up. It took even less to take it down. It was perfect for me with a twin air mattress. It would be snug with a queen and I couldn't stand-up completely but I'm okay with that. It's just me any way.

Average Rating:(5.0)out of 5 stars

Great motorcycle camping tent.

Tent sets up in under a minute, packs back into the original container with ease and travels well on my motorcycles. Stormed my second night camping and it was water tight to.

Average Rating:(4.0)out of 5 stars

excellent choice

i had my first Ozark Trail tent for about 15 years. it has weathered extreme rain and extreme heat and wind. i live in the Caribbean and when we go camping its really roughing it. because of the durability and comfort of my experience, i have chosen Ozark Train again. the only difference is my last tent was a 9' x 16' size so there was a lot of headroom. i had chosen that because it was the best choice for a family tent. this one is a four person so the headroom fit is ideal. but i would choose Ozark Trail any time

Average Rating:(4.0)out of 5 stars

Easy setup and take down

Bought this for my 12 year old daughter to use. Setup and take down was fast an easy. Only con is the tent stakes that come with it are very thin and bent easily trying to put them into the Alabama soil. We'll be investing in a sturdier set.


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by JoebobJuly 10, 2016


1. Yes, and it is permanently attached to the tent. This is handy, unless you want to watch the stars at night.
by An anonymous customer
2. Joebob, this tent was designed with the rainfly already built into the tent. This takes away one step from the set up steps. Thank you, Customer Service.
by An anonymous customer
3. No it does not. What you see in the photo is what you get. I carry a $5 tarp to throw over it just in case it rains. I think the idea with this tent was simplicity and ease of setup. No extra pieces to lose.
by An anonymous customer
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Last answer: July 22, 2016

by ericJune 20, 2015


1. mostly top seam leaked a little and wear the pouches attach. Seam sealer should take care of that
by An anonymous customer
2. Yes, a rainfly is included with this tent.
by An anonymous customer
3. Eric, this tent has a built-in rainfly. It has the same amount of weather protection, with one less step to step up and take down.
by An anonymous customer
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Last answer: September 22, 2015

by Dad3boysMay 27, 2015


1. The rain fly keeps water out of the tent.
by An anonymous customer
2. Dad3boys, the built-in rainfly works as well as a standard external rainfly. It also has taped seam that are sealed at the factory. We do always recommend that you use a seam sealant, at the beginning of each camping season, on any brand or style tent you use. Just spray it on the outside of the tent/rainfly.
by An anonymous customer
3. I spray the the tent and floor and seam sealant for seams. Takes no time at all being it's a 4 person dome tent.
by An anonymous customer
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Last answer: May 28, 2015

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