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Eureka Camping Tents

Eureka offers more than two dozen different camping tents. There are models designed for casual family camping as well as more rugged ones for backpacking. Plus, within each style group, there are a variety of sizes, strengths, and shapes to choose from. From beginner to expert, there really is something for everybody. Let's take a look at two of the most popular categories.

1 Question & 1 Answer
from WI asked:
May 15, 2013
What is the difference between the Eureka #2627800 4 Person Timberline and the Eureka #2628229 Tetragon 1610?
1 Answer
The 2627800 weighs only 7 lbs. 13 oz. and sleeps 4 while the 2628229 weighs 18 lbs. 7 oz. so if you are looking for a lighter weight backpacking tent the 2627800 would be the way to go.
on May 15, 2013

Family Camping Tents

Designed with an emphasis on capacity and comfort, this type of tent is intended to help you create a home-like environment for your family while they enjoy the outdoors. Structurally, they tend to have more vertical walls to allow for more headroom and floor plans that maximize available space. They also often have features like multiple doors, removable room dividers, and built-in storage compartments.

And if you're interested in even more luxury - which is nothing to be ashamed of, by the way - Eureka offers a line of tents that are wired for electricity. These shelters allow you to use a variety of electric devices like lamps, fans, and radios as conveniently as you would at home. All you need is an N!ergy Power Pak and you'll be able to enjoy the outdoors without giving up too many amenities.

Backpacking Tents

These tents are for campers who do a lot of hiking. Everything about them is streamlined for efficiency; they're lightweight and compact so they can easily be carried, and they can be set up and taken down quickly. Backpacking tents are also extremely tough, allowing you to take them into harsh conditions your average family model wouldn't be able to handle. Most of them tend to be on the smaller side, sleeping two to three people, but Eureka does produce tents appropriate for groups of four or more.