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Disconnect from the stresses of modern life with the Eureka Jade Canyon 4 Tent, unless the big game is on. of course. With its cord port and media center, the Jade Canyon lets you bring an extension cord inside to plug your tablet or device in and stream the big game or throw a movie in for the kids. With 64sq ft of floor space, the Jade Canyon sleeps up to four people comfortably and provides weather protection that will handle spring, summer, and fall. A full mesh roof keeps the tent properly ventilated, and a durable PU treated rain fly makes rainy nights a nice, relaxing experience.
- 75D StormShield polyester fly
- 75D polyester walls with no-see-um mesh venting
- 75D polyester floor
- Steel bottom poles, aluminum upper poles
- One door
- Four-person sleeping capacity
- Full mesh roof venting
- E!luminate system, E! media center, and E! power port
- Item #ERK000Q
- Q & A
Love this tent!
- Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
Great car camping tent! Perfect for extended fishing trips with my Dad. Easy to set up- less than 15 minutes without any help, this was my first time setting it up (I am 51 y/o and 5 ft-2 in tall). Plenty of room for 2 comfortably, possibly 3 if no cots (the cot in the picture is 74 inches long). Not too sure how functional the windows will be during rainy weather, not much overhang from the fly, so I have since bought a 10 ft x 10 ft nylon tarp to string up over the fly to create more overhang. Yes, that is indoor/outdoor carpet you see ($0.44 cents/sq ft), cheap insurance to prevent a tear in the floor. Did I mention this is for my car camping? As far as the fly being difficult to install, I have always draped the rainfly on my taller tents before raising the tent. Another thing I have done is stake the corners before raising any tent, less frustration. Best price at the time. I will also be adding this review to Amazon and Eureka with additional pics. Thanks Koly!
Not for rain
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
I love that you can stand up in the tent and that all windows and doors zipper completely closed for warmth. The straight edge of the rainfly lets rain drip near the front door since the base of the tent floor is wider than the roof and there is no point at the top of the rainfly to divert the rain away from the front door. It was extremely annoying to have water drip onto your back when entering/exiting. The fabric is too thin and shadows can be seen inside the tent at night when an interior light is on. This tent is tall so two people are needed to install the rainfly due to the height and width of the tent.