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Kohana 6 Tent: 6-Person 3-Season

4.45 out of 5 stars
20 Reviews
Color:One Color



Why We Like the Kohana 6 Tent

For every tent occupying valuable space in your garage, be sure you've got one with plenty of room like Eureka's Kohana 6 Tent. Its spacious interior sleeps up to six campers in comfort and style, ensuring you've got enough room for the wife, kids, friends, and even a four-legged companion through three seasons of outdoor adventures. Internal pockets stash headlamps, books, or a cold brew when you want to lie down after a day of endless activity. Once sleeping bags and pillows are properly positioned, store your excess gear under the two vestibules to keep it safe, dry, and out of the way.


  • A spacious 3-season tent for you and your outdoor crew
  • Six-person capacity fits you, family, and even friends
  • Two vestibules add secure storage for all your gear
  • Internal pockets store your camping essentials
  • Aluminum poles offer lightweight, durable strength
  • Side panel vents boost airflow on warm summer nights
  • Two doors make it easy to get in and out
  • Item #ERKR13C
[fly] 75D polyester, [walls] 75D polyester, [mesh] 40D polyester, [floor] 150D polyester, [poles] aluminum
Wall Type
Pole Attachment
Number of Doors
Number of Vestibules
Vestibule Space
[front, rear] 16sq ft
side panel vents
Floor Dimensions
10ft x 8ft x 4in
Floor Space
83.3sq ft
Packed Size
9 x 27in
Footprint Included
sold separately
Trail Weight
Packed Weight
Manufacturer Warranty
limited lifetime

Overall Rating

4.5 based on 21 ratings

Review Summary

1 Stars - 1 reviews
2 Stars - 2 reviews
3 Stars - 0 reviews
4 Stars - 1 reviews
5 Stars - 17 reviews

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5 out of 5 stars

July 4, 2024

excellent car camping tent

Lots of room for our family of 4 and easy setup even with 1 person. The double vestibule is handy to have with kids. The first time weekend used this test we got rained on for 7 hours straight. We stayed dry the whole time and this tent's ventilation kept things from getting too stuffed up inside at night. Highly recommend for anyone in need of a new campground tent!

Jason L

Originally reviewed on

5 out of 5 stars

June 21, 2024

Excellent product design and portability. Great to have a lightweight family tent.

Matthew K

Originally reviewed on

4 out of 5 stars

February 24, 2024

Kohana 6 - big, simple and adequate basecamp tent

I used the Kohana 6 for two weeks of camping in Dinosaur National Monument two summers ago. I experienced a couple days and nights of thunderstorms with high winds and pounding rain. The tent was fully staked and guyed out with the fly properly attached including all Velcro pole attachment loops on the underside. No leaks whatsoever. The fly did a great job.. The only negative was that the poles slightly deformed due to days of hammering winds. Still very usable, but the tent is now slightly asymmetrical when set up. I've experienced this with other large two-pole aluminum poled "x" dome tents under similar circumstances in the past, so it's probably a weakness of the simple pole structure design when mated to a large tent with big winded surfaces. That said, there's a lot to like about the simplicity of setting up and taking down a two-pole tent that would be lost by the addition of additional poles for greater rigidity.

Johnson Outdoors

Originally reviewed on Johnson Outdoors

1 out of 5 stars

May 16, 2023

Not waterproof

I've had this tent for a while and really like the features, the space and the ease of setup. But I finally used it in the rain last weekend and it was a disaster. It started raining a little before midnight and rained off and on until 2pm the next day. It wasn't torrential but steady with short breaks. By the morning, the tent was leaking in multiple spots, all of them where something was sewn to the fly, like the toggle for the vestibule door or the velcro straps to hold fly on. This is clearly a design flaw. I m really disappointed because it means I can't use this tent in the rain and where I live and camp, rain is always a possibility.

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Johnson Outdoors

Originally reviewed on Johnson Outdoors

5 out of 5 stars

February 19, 2022

Great Tents

On February 14, 2022 I received my Eureka Kahona 6 Campaign Tents. On February 18, 2022 I first use the Tents. In its aerodynamic form it is excellent. Withstand the winds. In all aspects it is excellent. The only thing I regret about the tents is that it doesn't have a compartment for E-port and the others is that the guide lines are not reflective, as I have in other tents that I have that came with tents

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Jose Angel
Johnson Outdoors

Originally reviewed on Johnson Outdoors

5 out of 5 stars

July 29, 2021

Perfect Tent!

After doing much research online for a new 6 person tent, I decided on the Kohana 6. My decision for this tent was: 1) Wanted a tent with a full fly. Tired of tents with the fly not going down all the way on the sides of the tent and water leaking in. Kohana has a full fly. 2) With the full fly, I still wanted ventilation on a hot night when it is raining and I have the fly closed. The Kohana has great ventilation with it's two vestibules and it's two fly vents. Can breath in the tent even in a down pour. 3) Easy to set up. Very easy for one person to set up. I watched the video and did a practice run in my yard before my camping trip. Once I went camping, I had it set up in 20 minutes by myself and that was taking my time. So I went camping with it the third week of July 2021. After I got it set up, the rain was brutal. Continued for 24 hours. The inside of my Kohana was totally dry. Very impressive. And I was still able to breath in it due to the great ventilation. About 2 am, I heard a large noise and my tent collapsed on me. My first thought was "I can't believe that my new tent collapsed from the weight of the rain". Wrong. A massive tree limb broke right above the tent and fell on it. And me. The tent held and the limb touched me at first but the tent "pushed" it back a foot off of me so I was able to push it off from the inside. Basically the tent kept me from getting crushed. I checked the next morning, and it was a BIG tree limb. No tears in the tent but one of the poles was slightly bent. The pole did it's job. It bent but didn't break so I did not get hurt. I called Eureka when I got home and told them what happened and asked if I could buy a new pole. Customer Service paid for me to ship the whole tent back and they sent me a brand new Kohana 6 for the cost of a new pole. A tree falling on the tent is obviously not covered under warranty so this was Eureka Customer Service going above and beyond. Obviously, I recommend both the Kohana 6 and Eureka Customer Service to my fullest with all sincerity.... Thanks...H.

Johnson Outdoors

Originally reviewed on Johnson Outdoors

5 out of 5 stars

July 29, 2021

All Around Superb Tent

I normally don't write reviews but after a 6 day camping trip, must say, this tent deserves some love. For the money, it's really fabulous. Some excellent features: 1. Well-placed interior pockets that are edge banded (not purely mesh like on my Big Agnes tent). 2. 2 large doors with D zipper pattern. 3. Great vestibule. Symmetric design with front & back vestibules. Large vestibules areas when fully zipped - could hold a ton of gear under the rain fly. Nice open entryway with extension poles. (see photos with custom poles from broom handles.) 4. Exterior pocket on both front and back! At first I thought an exterior pocket was weird. I was wrong. It's extremely handy as a staging area to collect items you want inside the tent at a later time, but perhaps you don't want to let bugs in or wear down the zipper for each item. 5. Color. The orange - mint - dark turqoise combo is gorgeous. 6. The carrying bag is unique. It has separate zipped compartments for the main tent and rain fly and smaller interior compartments for the stakes + guylines. I would have preferred two handles for carrying, rather than the single strap, but it's a cool idea overall.

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Johnson Outdoors

Originally reviewed on Johnson Outdoors

5 out of 5 stars

July 22, 2021

Well-designed tent.

I found this tent to be superior to competitors in it's design characteristics for a tent this size. Great airflow, thicker material, light weight for the size, easy to set up, good sized vestibules, good gear pockets, and nice room for 5.

Johnson Outdoors

Originally reviewed on Johnson Outdoors

5 out of 5 stars

July 10, 2021

well constructed for a light tent

I was a little disappointed with how sharply the sides slant in which really cuts down on the standing and living space. Two people can just live comfortably. The top center height is actually less than 72 inches and that is right in the center. there is about a 36 by 36 head area for standing and it is less than 72 inches. I have been use to camping in the past with people in the past with larger and higher conditions. I bought this tent for mainly now camping alone, since my camping people have passed. So I was not aware of the dimensional conditions of this style. nevertheless, it is easy to put up and the design of the fly should keep me dry. I love that I can put up the front and back vestibule flaps on poles. There are plenty of pockets inside for storage. Over all it is a superb tent worth the price.

Johnson Outdoors

Originally reviewed on Johnson Outdoors

2 out of 5 stars

April 25, 2021

I like the design but it leaks.

I've used it several times
5' 7"

So far I like what I see. Full double wall ventilation seems pretty good as long as you can keep the doors partly open. It guys out in a way that I think it'll be sturdy in the wind. I was able to put it up by myself for the first time in under 30 min. That includes attaching the Guy lines. The steaks are trash but all steaks that come with tents especially car camping tents are trash. They'll be fine for soft ground, I will probably upgrade to some heavier steaks. There are 2 doors so you don't have to climb over each other and vestibules on both sides to keep you gear out of the rain. There is no footprint that comes with it so I might make one out of tyvek or trim down a tarp. Something to protect the bottom and make it so the ground under the vestibules stays dry. Also, there is not a ton of interior storage. It has 4 pockets 1 in each corner. Update: Used this today in the rain for the first time had about 8 leaks. Seam sealing is no good wherever there is an internal Velcro loop or tie it leaks like crazy. My first impressions but what use is a tent that doesn?t keep you out of the rain?

Richard I