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Bear Mountain Family Camping Tent - 10 x 10

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This large square tent provides plenty of room for your family, and comfortable sleeps 4 to 5 people. The straight walls and an 84" center height make the interior open and spacious, and high enough for even tall people to stand in. The tent features four windows for ventilation, awnings to protect windows and the door from rain, and built-in storage pockets to keep small items organized. The bathtub floor prevents water seepage. The eight poles are chain-corded steel and fiberglass. A duffel bag is included for storage and carrying, as are a pole bag, a stake bag, eight steel stakes and guy lines for windy conditions.
  • Free-standing cabin design
  • Comfortably sleeps four to five people
  • Four windows provide ventilation and minimize moisture build-up
  • Straight walls and an 84" center height provide an open, spacious interior
  • Awnings protect windows and front door from rain
  • Built-in storage pockets keep personal items organized
  • Bathtub floor prevents water seepage
  • Includes a duffel-style carrying bag, a pole bag, a stake bag, stakes, and guy lines for windy conditions


  • Minimum Weight: 25 lbs.
  • Pack Weight: 28 lbs.
  • Dimensions: 10' x 10'
  • Interior Height: 84"
  • Floor Area: 100 sq. ft.
  • Pack Size: 24" x 6" x 6"
  • Doors: 1
  • Windows: 4
  • Rooms: 1
  • Poles: 8
  • Pole Material: Chain-corded steel, fiberglass
  • Floor Material: Polyethylene
  • Wall Material: Polyester 190T 600mm P.U.
  • Roof Material: 190T breathable polyester
  • Netting Material: no-see-um mesh
  • Fly Material: Polyester 190T 1,200mm P.U.
  • Stakes: 8 - 7" steel
Manufacturer: GigaTent
Part Number: FT 054
Elite Deals Item Number: GGT-FT054
UPC: 815886010223

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100% Recommend this product (7 of 7 responses)
By Catherine Gonzales
August 21, 2013
Perfect Tent
After owning this tent for over three years, I have made a few observations. First of all, this is an exceptional product. It protects from rain, is spacious, easy to assemble, and provides a good flow of air. The only thing that I would change would be the material that the bottom bathtub is made of. The bottom is made of a flimsy polyethylene material and cracks from long exposure to the sun.
By Brandon Young
July 23, 2012
Multi-Use Cabin Tent
Most people use their tents for sleeping in while camping out, but not much else. We are not your typical campers! During a six-week-long season, we used this tent as our office, dressing room and sleeping quarters while working as actors in an open-air venue. This cabin tent from Bear Mountain played the part well through heat of over 100 degrees and rain. We didn?€™t have to crouch going in and out to change, it had plenty of room for our work and the air movement helped us keep our cool. Some reviews mentioned sun damage, but that hasn?€™t been evident. I wish I could set it up myself, but it definitely needs another hand. Still, I would buy another should the need arise.
By Giovanni Isom
June 27, 2012
Tent Lives Up To Promises
This tent is a grand slam all around. Not only was it delivered early but also it has lived up to every single promise that was laid out in the ad. It has managed to hold up in the wind without any problem and is a great buy all around. All of the reviews are right on in labeling this tent a great tent at a terrific value.
By Braden Ash
March 20, 2012
A Little Heavy But a Great Buy
This tent is a little heavy for someone to use for a solo camping trip, but the one big plus is that it is able to pack very small. The overall design of this tent makes the set up process fairly straightforward. One thing that you need to be on the alert about is that during heavy rains, the fly does not extend over the windows, meaning that it would be wise to keep the windows closed during a rain to insure that the tent does not get wet. On a whole, this tent is quite spacious. Both my husband and son are over six feet tall, and because of the height of this tent, they find it very easy to move around in without feeling cramped. For all purposes, it looks like this tent is quite durable. On a side note, I received this tent in the mail quite quickly.
By Louis Davis
August 18, 2010
Great Tent for High Winds
This was a great purchase. Everything about it is just what the description online said it would be, as well as the good reviews it had. Camping in eastern Washington with high winds presented no problems, whatsoever. I really love this tent and am anxious to use it for my next camping trip ?€“ at the ocean!
By Lashanda Diehm
April 2, 2010
Good for Short Uses
Although many won't leave a tent out for an extended period of time, we have had it up for twelve weeks and have had some problems with rotting. Since it is unusual to leave the tent out for long periods of time, I could probably say that short uses wouldn't be a problem, but if you are planning to keep a tent out in the sun then don't purchase this. We have managed to repair a little bit of the bottom of the tent, so maybe we will be able to use it for a little longer. I do have to say that the fly is very well designed, and you can keep the windows open when it is raining without any fear of getting it in the tent. Watch out for how rough you are on the bottom. It feels kind of weak, and would probably tear with too much force.
By Teresa Lee
August 10, 2009
Not Ideal for Solo Camping
This tent packs small, but isn't ideal for a solo camping trip. This tent doesn't have the capabilities of being open during the rain due to the lack of canopies over the windows. It is rather hard to set up by yourself, and is pretty heavy. It may be roomy, but definitely not durable.