Eureka Pine Lodge Cabin Tent - Does anyone have one?

Discussion in 'Camping Talk' started by Darrell, Apr 19, 2007.

  1. Darrell

    Darrell New Member

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    I am looking at one to buy for the Missouri Gathering and just wondered if anyone has one or been in one. I would like a review.

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  3. Darrell

    Darrell New Member

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    This is true. we stay out for 4 days to a week at a time. I was afraid of the light weight ones and getting caught in a rain storm.

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  4. rebelzgrl76

    rebelzgrl76 New Member

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    That looks nice, how much would something like run ya? Cost rather?
     
  5. AngelReign

    AngelReign New Member

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    Pine lodge tent - results from 73 stores, including Eureka Pine Lodge Cabin Tent (Sleeps 8) - Great for families, sportsmen, and scouts!, Eureka Pine Lodge. Have you try to search in all online services like pop up tent like that or some tent industry...






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  6. vaslimdt

    vaslimdt New Member

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    I like the Eureka. We used it on our California Vacation. The Eureka Titan tent was pretty comfy and has a divider. It's not like any tribeca hotels but certainly comfy. The kids had no complaints and I didn't get wet when it poured two nights in a row.
     
  7. vaslimdt

    vaslimdt New Member

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    Definitely liked it for what it was used for.
     
  8. CharlieJohn

    CharlieJohn New Member

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    I think its a good tent but its definitely not for long vacations or trips in the woods. My kids love it.

    THey actually use it when they sleep on the floor in hotels when we travel. THey serve their purpose, but not that great.
     
  9. catfish_hunter01

    catfish_hunter01 New Member

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    I have an older version of this:
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    mine is probably 30 years old and without the canopy. I will probably buy a new one this year. The canvas tents just last longer.