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Eureka 2629333 Sunrise 5 Family Camping Tent - 9 x 9

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  • 2 pole square dome tent
  • Durable fiberglass frame, clips, and ring and pin/rod pocket assembly
  • High/Low door vents top and bottom to aid air circulation
  • 2 mesh roof vents provide excellent ventilation
  • Fly is hooded on all four sides to maximize air flow for all weather venting
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Eureka realizes that when it comes to camping, it is important that you have in your possession a tent that is able to provide you with ample space as well as is lightly constructed. Their Sunrise 5 Family Camping Tent meets both of these demands with the greatest of ease. Coming in the dimensions of 9 feet by 9 feet, it is capable of providing everything that you need in order to have an enjoyable camping experience with your family and friends.
  • 2 pole square dome tent
  • Durable fiberglass frame, clips, and ring and pin/rod pocket assembly
  • High/Low door vents top and bottom to aid air circulation
  • 2 mesh roof vents provide excellent ventilation
  • Fly is hooded on all four sides to maximize air flow for all weather venting
  • 4 large zippered windows allow the option of excellent visibility and air flow or privacy
  • Includes hanging gear loft organizer, 2 built in water bottle holders, corner organizer, and wall organizer with mirror
  • Heavy duty 210D poly oxford floor
  • Sleeps 4 to 5
  • Center height - 6'
  • Minimum weight - 16 lbs. 14 oz.
  • Tent area - 91 sq ft
  • Floor size - 9' x 9'
  • Windows - 4
  • Doors - 1
Manufacturer: Eureka Camping
Part Number: 2629333
Elite Deals Item Number: ECT-2629333
UPC: 083826293337

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94% Recommend this product (17 of 18 responses)
By TheAdventureContinues
United States
July 16, 2014
I've used this tent in campsites ranging from rainforest to mountain cold and it holds up every time. I highly recommend the eureka sunrise 5 as a great 2 person tent! My lady and I always have ample space and comfort, as well as the tent is light.
ProsLight Weatherproof Plenty of ventilation
ConsNone yet
By BC Thompson
June 5, 2014
This is a great tent.
This is a great family tent. My wife and I and two dogs have plenty of room. It is a snap to put up and take down. It packs in its bag well. I have not had it that long so can not attest to how it will hold up, but it is constructed well. Unzip the windows after it is put up in the hot Arizona sun, and the tent cross ventilates well and is very comfortable inside. It can get in teens at night in the high desert elevations. Zip the windows closed and the tent keeps the cold air out for a very comfortable nights sleep. I am very satisfied with this purchase. My last Eureka tent (2 person green timberline) I have had for over 20 years (moderate use). My 12 year old daughter is sleeping in that one now. Eureka makes excellent tents- well worth the purchase price.
Prosgreat ventilation
ConsDoor is not completely screened, only the top half.
By Susan
United States
June 4, 2014
A fan since 1998
I have to admit, I was worried when I discovered that Eueka was discontinuing the Sunrise 9. I've been using the same tents (for my small business) since 1998 and honestly couldn't think of a reason to change a thing. I was afraid that the smaller windows would provide less ventilation, but they are still plenty big and just go up higher instead of lower. The gear caddies inside are different, but just fine by me. Plenty of storage. And I'm a big fan of the reflective panels that go in the ceiling. Great idea! So much brighter with my lantern hanging up there at night. I've only set it up once so far, but if the quality is that which I have come to expect from Eureka, I imagine it will last 10 years!
ProsNew pole style with pegs and grommets in the webbing. Power cord access window. Cross-ventilation windows. Reflective ceiling panels for improved lighting. Plenty of storage.
ConsGotta get used to the new door zipper. It starts all the way at the bottom left corner instead of the right. But I imagine this will improve the longevity of the zipper. Can't look out the window while laying in bed. Boo-hoo, right? Had to dig for these "cons".
By Miriam Bowens
North Carolina
April 25, 2014
Excellent Large Tent
I realize that the people reading these reviews are trying to make sure that they are making an excellent, informed purchase. If that is true, I recommend this tent wholeheartedly. This Sunrise 9 has plenty of room in it (even for a cot that I use), and the materials that were used to construct this tent feel extra durable. Keep in mind that, like many tents, if you assume that half the recommended people are going to be using it, you will have plenty of room for you and your gear. The ventilation in this tent is top notch. There are mesh openings everywhere, and as long as you remember to keep them open it will stay comfortable in the tent. Eureka does a good job taking care of their tents, but make sure if you use something under the legs of your cot (if you use one) to take care of the bottom. I can't wait for the next time I go camping in this tent!
By Tom Bellucci
Charlottesville, Virginia
July 25, 2013
Eureka Sunrise 9 Family Camping Tent - 9 x 9
Overall, I'm pleased with the tent. There was a small hole in the fly which was replaced by Eureka in a very timely manner. I did have to buy a new one from Eureka and then when they received the old one for review they then credited my credit card.
ProsThe ventilation and air flow and the fact that the fly overhangs the windows and door is the reason I bought this tent.
ConsI don't like the seam sealer that was recommended. It stays tacky way too long. I purchased a coleman seam sealer instead, I had to buy more. You get twice as much for half the money and it dries in two hours without being tacky.
By Debbie
Longwood, FL
March 20, 2013
Love Our New Tent!
Our original tent was a Eureka that we had for over 30 years, so we knew our new one had to be a Eureka. We used our new Eureka Sunrise on a recent weekend trip and were not disappointed. It assembled quickly and easily and held a queen size mattress with space to spare. It was a cool weekend (40's) during night and I was amazed that it was actually a bit warmer in the tent. There are lots of pockets and accessories for storing as well. Can't go wrong with this tent.
By Penelope Goodson
March 17, 2013
You Will Like This Tent
I think Eureka did a great job with this tent. It is a very sturdy feeling tent, and I imagine it would last for many years. When I have gone camping while it is raining, I have never had a problem with anything leaking into the tent. Sometimes I even leave the windows open most of the way without any rain falling into the tent. Even with limited mobility, I manage to get this tent set up relatively easily and quickly (ten or so minutes). The tent has plenty of space, and ventilation is also excellent. The rain fly is held up away from the tent to allow the roof vents to work well even when raining. I would recommend switching to higher quality stakes to keep the tent a little more secure, and be careful putting the fly on in heavy wind since it catches air very well. I don't think you will regret getting this tent. I definitely haven't.
By Bryce Haas
March 12, 2013
Will Last for Years
I bought this tent after my last one (same model, earlier year) started having issues leaking. It was nothing that some more waterproofing spray didn't fix, but after ten years I figured my old one needed to be retired. One big difference between this model and earlier ones is the amount of ventilation. It has bigger windows and more vents, and it seems like it would stay much cooler. If you are looking to fit five people in here, make sure there are only sleeping bags, but I use it with my dog and there is plenty of space (even though I use chairs and a cot). After checking the waterproofing, I can say that it will keep everything inside perfectly dry (I think the raised bottom helps a lot). I can set this tent up myself in under a half an hour, but if you are strong and fast it should be even easier. I plan for this tent to last just as long as the last one.
By Evelina Royer
February 10, 2013
Eureka Makes Great Tents
If you need a sturdy tent with plenty of room for a couple people, this is your tent. I have bought Eureka in the past, and, since my last tent had sprung a couple leaks (after twenty good years), decided that I would get another one from them. I put it together before I went out, and, with only four poles total (two for tent, two for the fly), it was a breeze to put up. There was a major storm the first time we took the tent out. After we got out and talked to other people camping there, we discovered that we were one of the few people who did not get wet from leaking tents (even with several hours of heavy rain). There was a tiny bit of leakage from the floor of the tent (there was tons of water under us), but we didn't even notice until after. Eureka makes a great tent, and I was not disappointed.
By Beau Matlock
August 14, 2012
Went from Disappointed to Happy
When I first received the tent, I was not pleased with the state of the packaging. The parcel looked like it had taken a beating, and it was very damaged. When I went to check whether the tent had been damaged at all, the elastic in one of the poles broke while setting it up. When I buy a new tent, I expect it not to break during normal use the first time. I have not seen a cord break on any tent that I have used previously, so I was definitely displeased. Fortunately, after a few years of camping use I have no other complaints about this tent. It could just have been a problem that happened while shipping, because it has been sturdy other than that one incident. I also am glad that Eureka decided to go with a two pole design for the rain fly. Even with a rough start, I am glad I bought this one.
By Troy Diamond
New Mexico
April 9, 2012
Excellently Made
Getting this tent up was quick and easy. The tent stayed comfortable, and even in a pretty bad storm (very high wind, rain, etc.) we stayed completely dry and the tent stayed strong. I would definitely recommend the Sunrise 9 to others.
By Jordyn Gossett
New York
October 31, 2010
Most Durable Tent I Have Seen
This is one of the best tents that I have used, and Eureka has really managed to put a great tent in a cost-efficient package. At first, I only used this tent by myself, but even with one other person, this tent is excellent in terms of space. Once you get to the sides headroom is lacking, but that is just how dome tents are built. You can fit a large air mattress in the tent with room to spare. This tent also has excellent air circulation. With window vents on every wall and the fly raised from the top of the tent, it has always been just as comfortable inside the tent as outside it. This tent has withstood any kind of weather (from wind to hail). Not only is it the sturdiest tent I have seen, but it has never let an ounce of moisture inside. If you take care of this tent, it will take care of you. I highly recommend it.
By Juan Sisson
August 28, 2010
Good Tent, Check for Damage
I was looking for a tent just like this one, and was pleased with this find. I was getting ready to go camping for the first time, but noticed a small hole near the top of the rain fly. I think that it happened in shipping, or maybe they just didn't notice at the factory. I decided to patch it myself, and it seems to have held up well.
By Kamilah Spano
February 16, 2010
Very Rainproof, Roomy
After a little more than two years of use, this tent has been great. Obviously (as with any tent) five people would be a tight squeeze, but, with a couple of small air mattresses and gear, there is plenty of space. It took a while before I used it in the rain for the first time, but it rained hard for two nights when I finally did. The first night I accidentally left the floor vent open, so there was some water in the front of the tent when I woke up. After mostly zipping up the floor vent the next night, I managed to keep all water out, even though some others camping with me got water in there tents. Make sure that you set up a tarp (or other tent pad) under the tent to keep out too much ground moisture and protect the bottom. No other serious problems with the tent though.
By Providencia Eager
North Dakota
November 20, 2009
Great Casual Camping Tent
If you have a group of people using this tent together, then this tent will provide the room you need. Even with everyone's equipment and larger than normal sleeping bags, we could fit three people in with room to spare. This tent has lasted me over ten years, and stayed in great condition even now. I will make sure to put something underneath of the tent to protect it, and I recommend that you do it with your tent to (you will get much more use out of it). The excellent value that this tent gives for its size (all while being easy to put up and great at making sure that you don't get wet) has kept me loyal to Eureka, and made sure that I would buy one for our children as well. If you are looking for a tent for casual camping for four people or less, you can't go wrong with this tent.
By Jakob Sizemore
New Jersey
July 23, 2009
Liked Overall, Needs Some Design Improvements
In general, we really liked how this tent was built, and also thought the amount of air it lets in is great. There were a couple of design flaws, although it could be that we received one with manufacturer defects. Some of the material was stretched too taught to actually attach everywhere that it needed to be. Also, a support rod failed after we had set it up a few times.
By Caden Fitzpatrick
March 23, 2009
Excellent Tent for Mild Weather
If you have found that something like a seven-by-seven foot tent is too small, I would definitely recommend this tent. It is quite surprising how much more room it has. The set up was quick, and the only extra you might need to purchase would be some sort of ground cover to put beneath the tent. I would recommend switching the stakes that come with the tent for some after-market metal stakes, just to make sure that you don't have any problems in hard or rocky soil. All of the different mesh vents on the tent will keep it very comfortable. Even when closing all of the wall vents, there was still a nice air movement from the top vents. There are plenty of things to hang your gear on in the tent, so you should have no problem hanging a light or anything else you may need. So far it hasn't rained while I have used it, so I don't know about waterproofing. Good buy for mild weather camping.
By Nancy Morlock-Hollins
September 4, 2007
Sunrise 9 Tent
We just love this tent. It's tall enough for us to stand and that makes it comfortable even if we have to stay in it for a couple of hours while it pours. (By the way, we stayed perfectly dry!) We also like the shelves, cup holders and the lower vent on the front door. It's amazing how that little vent can make so much of a difference.