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The whole crew can enjoy a weekend in the Marmot Limestone 6-Person Tent. When you're gathering the family for a fun overnight camping trip, grab some extra headlamps and a deck of cards because the kids may not want to leave this durable and portable home for the outdoors once the storm rolls in.

  • Mesh panels on the canopy aid ventilation and a waterproof fly blocks out stormy weather
  • Fly and floor are fully taped for protection and vented for circulation
  • Two vestibules allow plenty of room for gear storage
  • Heavyweight 150D floor takes a beating from underbrush and the feet of energetic childrens
  • Door mat and hanging organizer help keep things clean and helps reign in the chaos

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5 5


  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

Been camping with it now for four days. Gad winds about 20 last night and it didn't flinch hardly at all. I like thatthe cover blocks a lot of the light during the day because i like to be onmy laptop occassionally - no glare onthe screen. The biggestsurprise for me is how well it keeps in the heat whenit is cold and how it stays cool inside when it gets hot during the day. The room inside is awesome. It is like a small bedroom. The pockets on the walls i could fit a suitcase full of stuff in. By far the best tent i gave ever purchased!

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That's awesome! I just ordered one last night ! So the tent keep the heat even cold out there right? Even it is not four season tent

5 5

Amazing tent

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

this tent is awesome. it took me less than 10 mins to set up, and i am generally useless with assembly (e.g., it takes me days to put anything from ikea together). the tent is very large -- you can stand up and move around easily. There is also lots of storage. lastly, it rained pretty hard the first night we slept in the tent, but we did not get wet at all. i highly recommend this to anyone in the market for a large tent.

4 5

Great Family Tent

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

We have two kids and this tent works great for the whole family. This tent stand up great against bad weather as well.

I'm used to Coleman tents with the thick...

I'm used to Coleman tents with the thick tarp-like floors but am looking to make a major upgrade. How do these floors hold up with shoes walking on them, and also cots placed inside?

Best Answer Responded on

Hey Scott,

The floor is made of a tough 150d nylon however it's not going to be as strong as a tarp floor.

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Yeah, I would think that the 150d nylon isn't going to perform to what you're used to or need. That's a pretty high rating, but shoes and cots take a hard toll, and there's a reason those old Colemans with tarp floors hold up to it for what seems like forever. Some of these tent companies supply the military. I know Eureka does, and I think Kelty does as well...a balance between newer designs and materials, and just plain tough.

Unanswered Question

anyone use this in 'winter' weather? i...

anyone use this in 'winter' weather? i know its not a 4 season, but im not looking at snow, just temps down in the 30s at night. still a good choice for a family of 3 and a large dog?

Unanswered Question

Do you carry the Marmot Limestone 6P Fitted...

Do you carry the Marmot Limestone 6P Fitted Tent Footprint?

Marmot Limestone 6P at Whitney Portal, CA

Marmot Limestone 6P at Whitney Portal, CA

Kathy Huefner at Whitney Portal base camp in Marmot Limestone 6P. Finally a great tent that we can stand up in and change our clothes, and also has two doors!

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After thirty years of camping in our 3-man Northface Bullfrog, we decided to spurge for our wedding anniversary and bought the Marmot Limestone 6P. Used it for the first time at Whitney Portal over Memorial weekend. The first two days were cold (below freezing) and windy and the second morning we had snow flurries blowing over from the summit. Although this is not a four season tent it held up great in the wind. To compensate for the cold and wind we just dropped down the upwind door and tied the rainfly to seal the vents. Worked great. Alas, the second two nights were perfect Spring nights with great hiking. We love being able to stand up inside for a change and the two doors with vestibules were perfect. I imagine this will the the last tent we ever buy for ourselves. norm and kathy huefner, Dana Point, CA.

5 5

Plenty roomy!

120" X 100" + 2- vestibules is more room than 4 grown adults can handle.A 76" height ceiling is enough room to stand up straight and get dressed without hunching over.Unless you're Paul Bunyan! A 3-4 season tent with a small propane heater in the winter with snow fall all around you will keep you plenty comfy.

Marmot Limestone 6P Tent

Marmot's own Curly shows off the Limestone 6 Person Tent.

Unanswered Question

Does this tent have an opening or pass...

Does this tent have an opening or pass through for electrical cords?

What does the back of the tent look like?...

What does the back of the tent look like? Does the fly come to the ground or does it just have a canopy type fly over the back door?

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Essentially the rear is virtually the same, but without the door mat. There may be one change however; it has two vents on the rear but only one for ventilation on the other; but that was not the rationale for the question.

Both vestibules are 3'9" deep, along the short side of the tent (one side is 8'4" x the other 10'), or roughly 13 square feet.

5 5

Rock-Solid & Bone Dry

I bought this tent for car-camping last fall,and the first time out with it,my wife and I set it up expecting high winds and afternoon thunderstorms that are customary on the east side of the Cascade Mountains in the Lake Chelan area here in Washington State in September. We staked it out with lines attached to the rain fly,and the weather did not disappoint us with 50 mph winds and pouring rain. The fly didn't even sag or slap on the tent in the wind-blown down-pour. There's plenty of netting on the tent for good ventilation and there was no sign of any moisture inside the was all outside where it belonged. The quality of the fabric,waterproofing,and beefy, shock-corded aluminum poles that attach to the fly with clips and foot-grommets,was top quality and bomb-proof.With two cots there's lots of storage space under the cots and a table between them. With lots of side-pockets and a spacious gear-loft that will easily support a full-sized L.E.D. lantern from the loft,the Limestone-6 with it's two spacious vestibule areas to stash extra gear and keep it dry,is a great place to get out of the elements if you need to. It's rock-solid and bone-dry!!!

5 5

Perfect for Car Camping

Pricey tent but you get what you pay for. You get all of Marmot's excellent tent features plus the extra large size. Easily fits a family or a couple with cots and extra gear. Fully set up with all guylines staked out, the tent is very firm. It can easily withstand steady wind without shifting and the full coverage fly is fully taped and waterproof. The fly covers all the way to the floor seam of the tent and stakes out to keep water from touching the seam. The vents on the fly are tiny, in hot and humid weather sleeping with the fly on is uncomfortable. With the fly removed there is a large amount of mesh that allows for great ventilation. Set up is fairly tricky with a peak hight of 6.2 inches. You have to heave the fly over the tent and pull it down to the clips. There is an incredible amount of room inside the tent and you can easily stand up straight in all corners due to the design. The hanging pockets and vestibule ground covers are great additions. I would recommend the ground sheet to keep your tent floor clean and safe. Expensive price tag but a great value with the design and additional features.

5 5

My second Marmot tent

I have a 3-person Limelight, which is great but a little bit of a challenge for my wife to get in and out of. The 6-person Limestone solves that problem, and it has lots of room for a queen-size inflatable mattress a couple of camp chairs (if it's raining out) and assorted gear. Camped with it for the first time this weekend: it was over 90 the first day, and the tent (even without the fly) was pretty warm--could have used a fan. I don't think it's quite as well ventilated as the Limelight, actually--but with the fly on, it withstood a rocking thunderstorm without a drip inside, and no shifting in the wind. On balance, a great tent for car camping.

First Look

First look at the Limestone 6, This seems like it should be a great family / car camping tent. Set up and tear down are really easy. Two people can have this up and down in under 10min each with the fly. I will update through the season to let every one know how it works out.