This is also one of the freestanding tents, which means you can set it up in any location. It’s a three season type of tent, so it’s best to use it during the summer months. What’s striking about Eureka Copper Canyon 6 Tent is its packed size. When packed, it’s only 28 x 8 inches […]
This is also one of the freestanding tents, which means you can set it up in any location. It’s a three season type of tent, so it’s best to use it during the summer months.
What’s striking about Eureka Copper Canyon 6 Tent is its packed size.
When packed, it’s only 28 x 8 inches (66x20cm).
Because of this, it’s extremely easy for handling, and you can take it with you not only in a car, but also on a motorcycle or a bicycle.
Is it simple to set-up?
Two people can pitch it in less than 10 minutes.
And guess what?
That includes the rainfly.
Although it’s not impossible for one person to set it up, it would probably be smart to have two people handling the process.
Once the tent is up, you'll immediately notice how tall it is.
If you like your tent to be tall, the Eureka Copper Canyon 6 Tent is a great product for you. It has a D-style door, which only adds to the ease of use.
Is it stable?
The poles hold everything together, and you don’t have to worry about the construction falling apart.
The tent also has an electricity wall port. It comes with a rainfly and the mesh roof makes for excellent ventilation.
There are also wall pockets.
The wall pockets are very high.
There are two pairs of pockets, and the tent could definitely use some more, but the biggest complaint from the customers is that the pockets are hard to reach..
Some people complained the tent floor is not as good as it should be.
This can be a problem if you’re camping in rugged terrain.
If you want to have extra protection, be sure to bring an additional tarp to place under the tent.
The Eureka Copper Canyon 6 Tent also doesn’t resist wind well during set-up. When setting it up, be careful not to go into it while there is a lot of wind.
As for the things it doesn’t have…
We have to mention the vestibule. If you want this with your tent, you won’t find it.
And there is only one door.