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Northern Breeze 12

4.46875 out of 5 stars
32 Reviews

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Why We Like The Northern Breeze 12

Between hikes and campfires, we need a space to gather at the campsite, and this sizable shelter is the ideal spot. The Northern Breeze 12 is a cabin-style screen room that's easy to set up, protective against weather and bugs, and spacious enough for the whole gang. The mesh sidewalls and ventilated peak offer comfortable airflow without letting mosquitos and other critters in, and the rain-repelling curtains convert into an awning in agreeable conditions.


  • Spacious screen room with versatile protection from the elements
  • Cabin-style structure with an extra-tall ventilated peak
  • Nearly vertical sidewalls offer extra headroom at the corners
  • Burly aluminum poles and hub create a reliable, stout frame
  • Water-repelling curtains double as awnings with three included poles
  • Mesh walls have two zippered doors with an increased 6-foot height
  • Four split loops and a lantern loop to hang lights or a clothesline
  • Item #ERKR13I
[curtains] 68D 185T polyester (3000mm), [sidewalls] 40D polyester mesh
[tent poles] 25mm aluminum, [awning poles] 22mm aluminum
Pole Attachment
clips, ring and pin
UPF Rating
Interior Height
8ft 5in
Floor Dimensions
12 x 12ft
Packed Size
14 x 36in
Packed Weight
27lb 5oz
Manufacturer Warranty
1 year
weekend camping

Overall Rating

4.5 based on 32 ratings

Review Summary

1 Stars - 1 reviews
2 Stars - 1 reviews
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4 Stars - 4 reviews
5 Stars - 23 reviews

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5 out of 5 stars

June 4, 2024

Held up to winds from heavy storms

Ok. I don't normally review stuff, but I got to with this one. I went out for a week of primitive camping at Dale Hollow Lake and was hit by severe storms and tornadoes that touched ground three miles from us. When the initial front blast hit us, it took out all our tents and equipment with tornado force winds. All but this Screen Shelter from Eureka. I am very impressed by it as it held up to those winds with very high speeds. it blew it hard too, but the poles and guy lines held tight. Everything inside was kept dry by the side walls which we put down when the storms came through. Only thing that snapped was one of the bungie loops holding up a corner but easy to fix. Very good job on this Eureka!

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Johnson Outdoors

Originally reviewed on Johnson Outdoors

5 out of 5 stars

May 9, 2024

Great value and really spacious!!!

This is really big! It was easy to put up and stands up to wind and rain! I love it!!

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Denise O
Johnson Outdoors

Originally reviewed on Johnson Outdoors

3 out of 5 stars

March 18, 2024

Nice design....But

We really loved the design of the Northern Breeze 12 Screen Room. The 12 x 12 model has plenty of room and some nice features. It has doors on both sides so you can open both for a nice breeze, and shade which is great for a hot day. The sides can all be completely covered for cool nights, or opened with screen for protection from bugs (even noseeums). Setup is easy for 2 but I can set it up by myself. You can even put the doors up as a canopy. We really love this screen room, it looks good and is real versatile. One big issue, otherwise 5 stars for sure. It just hasn't held up, after about 1 1/2 years we have lots of issues with durability. We use the screen room in Florida in the Winter where it does get breezy and lots of sunshine. From the wind, the elastic connections at the top corners broke ( 3 of 4). Three of the clip straps came off, I had to sew new ones on. The side material (not the roof) started dry rotting already. We have lost a complete side, and 1 door panel. The rest has many tares I have taped to try get a little more use before we discard it.

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Johnson Outdoors

Originally reviewed on Johnson Outdoors

5 out of 5 stars

March 17, 2024

Great for family gatherings / outdoor lunch in NoMi.

Kept the bugs out and kept all the family (extended) dry, bug free (mosquitos and gnats), and made a great prep space for meals... as well as a great sitting spot when the bugs or drizzling rain came through.

Benjamin D

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4 out of 5 stars

January 22, 2024

The best shelter tent

This is an absolutely bomb proof shelter. The ONLY weak point with this is the canopy and the poles. It would be awesome if the poles for the canopy were adjustable so that when it rains the can just be adjusted downward. We left camp to go for a hike and got a random rain storm we weren't expecting and left the canopy up. We came back to the center pole snapped in half at one of the joints. We didn't get very much rain, but the canopy holds water because it's waterproof (a good thing!). We splined it with some sticks and Gorilla Tape for the rest of our camping trip and that worked ok. We just had to drop the canopy down every single time we walked away from camp in case it rained, which is kind of annoying. The canopy held up to 50mph winds one night too without issue. We get a handful of drips along the backside of the tent during heavy rain, but overall I am very pleased with the tent minus the snapped pole the 2nd day.

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Johnson Outdoors

Originally reviewed on Johnson Outdoors

5 out of 5 stars

November 8, 2023

Unbelievable Warmth Retention, Bug Protection, and Durability

Used this bad boy on a week-long steelhead fishing trip in Hells Canyon this year on a sand bar below the Salmon River mouth. This beast kept the tons of flies and blue gnats at bay. In the evenings when it would drop near freezing and the wind picked up, we could close the walls in and run a propane heater on the inside. Super warm!! 100% worth the money if you're looking for a buy-once, cry-once shelter!

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Riley B

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5 out of 5 stars

October 14, 2023

Need better quality

Wish tent material lasted more than 3 camping seasons

Johnson Outdoors

Originally reviewed on Johnson Outdoors

1 out of 5 stars

July 14, 2023

Very bad expérience!

I bought a northern Breeze 10 screen tent june 29 2023 and went camping for few days , very happy and sure that I will be very fine. But unfortunately we had a storm and a lot of rain ( 55 mm of rain per hour for a couple of hour ) and then all day and a half. The tent was licking inside by the loop and on the seams. Very disappointed considering the reputation of Eureka!

Johnson Outdoors

Originally reviewed on Johnson Outdoors

3 out of 5 stars

June 26, 2023

Good features, but disappointing quality

We like the virtually infinite ways you can configure this screen house, and our 12x12 has plenty of room for picnic table and lots of folks when we need to huddle. We've had the Northern Breeze for exactly one year, and been on about ten car camping trips with it. Already we've had a failure in one of the elastic loops that holds up the roof corner, and the waterproofing is beginning to fail. For the rather large amount we paid (more than our actual tent), I expected a reliable piece of gear that would last years. One other annoying feature to note for future design: the bandolier-style cross strap on the carry bag is frustrating to deal with. It gets in the way when you're trying to put your screen house in the bag.

Fatty McBeeb
Johnson Outdoors

Originally reviewed on Johnson Outdoors

2 out of 5 stars

May 30, 2023

Not impressed with build quality

We Just purchased the Northern Breeze 12 and used it for the first time this memorial day weekend. One of the poles came apart upon disassembly and a few seams are questionable in their quality. Not sure the quality meets the price point. Pretty disappointed unfortunately

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Johnson Outdoors

Originally reviewed on Johnson Outdoors