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    Room for one (or three) more.

    Whether you're sleeping four smelly hikers deep or wedged between three very happy trail dogs, the Basin and Range Escalante 4 Tent will accommodate your crew and plenty of gear. The Escalante has multiple vents to keep things cool during those muggy nights outside of Moab and a waterproof fly to keep you dry when you're camped on the Olympic Peninsula. Lightweight and durable 7000-series aluminum poles withstand heavy wear and high winds so you don't come back to collapsed tent after a long day on the trail, and the reinforced corners mean you won't have to worry about this tent getting little tears where the poles attach to the tent.

    • Backcountry Exclusive
    • A three-season tent ideal for camping on the coast or desert
    • Sleeps four with plenty of room for trail dogs and gear
    • Fly with fully sealed seams prevents rain from seeping through
    • Multiple vents limit condensation from forming along tent walls
    • Light and durable aluminum poles withstand high winds and wear
    • Reinforced corners resist wear and tear from pitching the tent
    • Item #BNG002D

    Tech Specs

    Material
    [fly and canopy] 68D polyester
    Capacity
    4-person
    Season
    3-season
    Wall Type
    double
    Freestanding
    yes
    Poles
    7000-series aluminum
    Number of Doors
    2
    Number of Vestibules
    2
    Vestibule Space
    [front] 11 sq ft, [back] 7.8 sq ft
    Seams
    fully sealed
    Interior Height
    51 in
    Floor Dimensions
    80 x 88 in
    Floor Space
    53 sq ft
    Packed Size
    21 x 9 in
    Trail Weight
    7 lb 11 oz
    Packed Weight
    8 lb 11 oz
    Recommended Use
    camping
    Manufacturer Warranty
    lifetime

    Tech Specs

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    Great tent at a great price

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    After recently adopting our second fur-baby, I took up the opportunity to try out this 4P tent so that with my girlfriend and other dog, we'd have plenty of space. It wasn't until I was unpacking the car at the campsite that I discovered the lady brought our queen size air mattress that we use in our second room for guests and let our friends borrow the single air pads I originally planned on. I was a bit concerned about the space but the mattress just fit with some room to spare. Setup was quick and intuitive and my worries soon disappeared. Although we had this ridiculous mattress, I could easily see three adults sleeping in here. 4 and it would be cozy but maybe worthwhile if you were backpacking. The vestibules are plenty big if you need to store gear outside the tent and best yet, since BC partnered with a reputable company to get these made, you're getting awesome quality for the price.

    Roomy, Comfortable Car Camping Tent

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

    When I'm car camping, I go for comfort first and like to have extra space in our tent and this definitely fits the bill!

    PROS: It packs down to a good size, has a solid footprint (sold separately), is easy to put up and take down, the construction feels really sturdy and not flimsy at all like some tents on the market, the zippers also had a nice feel and seem like they will hold up for a long time, interior pockets are helpful for stashing headlamp and other necessities.

    CONS: This seems on the small side for a 4-person tent. I slept in it with one other person and two big bags and we basically took up the whole tent. She did travel from California to go camping in Utah, so her bag was massive, but I was still surprised by the lack of interior space. The only other downside in my mind was how loud the rain fly was during a windy night - hard to say how much louder than your average tent, but it sounded like we might blow away and made it hard to fall back asleep. On a still / slightly windy night, everything was great and I had no issues.

    All in all, this tent is a great value for the price if you're looking to upgrade your car camping system!

    Great Tent, Easy Setup!

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I had the opportunity to demo this tent on a two night bike trip down in Moab. Despite it being pretty windy at our campsite, the tent was super easy to set up, as the design is simple, yet effective. It has two doors which is perfect since it's a four person tent. I only slept in it with one other person, and a third could've fit easily. It's capable of fitting four, though you'd definitely be packed in if you all had gear in there as well.

    There are clips on the rain fly that can connect either to the tent, or the footprint (which I'd recommend, it'll increase the life of the floor by a ton), which are convenient as well.

    In short, I'd highly recommend this tent for it's price and ease of use. I didn't have a chance to test it more than a couple days so I can't exactly speak to its durability, but I'd certainly like to get back out in it again!

    Easy to set up, durable and roomy

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

    I found this tent easy to set up and with plenty of room inside for four people (three side by side with one person on the end) with room left for some gear. And it's tall enough that it's possible to comfortable get dressed and that sort of thing.

    I can't claim to have used this in rough weather, but it certainly looks like it would hold up well in anything short of a hurricane or blizzard.

    While its design is nothing extraordinary, I do like the way the support poles are connected together as well as the double door and the vestibules. This would be a great tent for a family or to take on group outings. At less than nine pounds, it's also lightweight for its capacity, making it suitable for both backpacking and car camping.

    I would recommend getting the optional footprint, which is made to clip directly into the same straps as are used to hold the poles in place.

    Easy to set up, held up in the wind/snow

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

    I did an overnight trip with my four-year-old son up by Strawberry Reservoir (Utah) in mid-May. The tent was super easy to set up, particularly with the two main structural poles connected together in the middle where they cross at the top of the tent. We had it up and ready to go in less than ten minutes, even with my son's extra "help" along the way.

    It had snowed the night before and temperatures got down to 18 degrees the night we were there, with winds gusting up to 20mph around dusk and dawn. It snowed lightly around midnight as well. The tent held up just fine. We had a thick layer of icy frost on the tent when we woke up, but everything stayed dry inside. The tent stakes were sufficient to keep the tent stable, without the need for additional anchors or tie downs.

    I really like the clips that connect the rain fly to the tent, or alternatively to the footprint. It was super quick and intuitive. I also liked how the door through the rain fly was staked a few feet away from the interior tent doors on either side of the tent (and, yes, there are two doors, a feature that really got my son excited!). This allowed us to exit the tent onto dry ground while also keeping the rain fly away from the side of the tent in the night, decreasing the noise of the two layers rubbing against each other. Great design!

    I was wishing the tent was a little bit wider. It's a 4-person tent, and it was only my son and me, but I couldn't lay across the tent the short way (as would be required if four people were actually in the tent) without either my head or my toes touching the edge (I'm 6'1"). I think this is common in other 4-person tents, so no points off for this specific tent. But there were a couple times during the night when my toes were cold because my sleeping bag was touching the wall of the tent.

    Held up through a wind/sand storm!

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    This tent is great! I was a little weary of whether or not we would actually be able to fit 4 girls (that definitely over-packed) in it, but it was the perfect size! We even spent a couple stormy evenings playing cards and drinking wine in the tent. The set-up is super straight forward and was easy for us to get set up within minutes each night. What impressed me the most about this tent was on the 3rd night when we experienced 60 MPH wind gusts and an intense sand storm in Moab. The tent handled the winds like a boss! I do wish we had a few more stakes, though.... there was a bit of sand getting in through the screen windows. Overall, I was very impressed with the ease-of-assembly, durability, and quality of this tent!

    Held up through a wind/sand storm!

    Quality Basic Tent

    • Familiarity: I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share

    I gave this tent as a late Christmas gift and the recipient can’t wait to use it. It packs up small enough fit in a backpack and is pretty light. Set it up I’m my backyard and it was roomier than expected. Components look well made. Will update after first use this spring.

    Basin + Range tents are the BOMB

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    This tent is BEST tent I've ever owned, and I have TNF and Mountain Hardwear tents. It was cheaper than all the other brand, easy to set up, and very durable. I've used this camping in Idaho over a Labor Day Weekend, and this fall in Moab. We were able to fit in an air mattress into the tent and all three of us (me, hubby and 75 lbs. golden) all slept comfortably. Get this tent!

    Unanswered Question

    Does the tent come in a carry bag? If so, what size is it and does the bag have any shoulder straps?

    Is there a screen on the door so you can have the door open partially or fully for more ventilation, but without letting bugs in?

    Hey Lesley,

    there is a screen on the door but it will not allow you to have it fully open for venting. It's more like half of the door can be unzipped where there is a mesh lining to let wind in but keep bugs out.