I'm trying to decide what to get. Why did you pick this one?
I'm a cross country coach and bought the tent (actually 2 tents) to give my team protection from rain and sun at our meets. The tents are big and easy to put up (after the first time). The floors have held up. I liked the screen windows on all sides. I did buy some more heavy duty stakes than the ones provided. The tents have served us well, even after several years.
space, quality, headroom, easy storage, easy setup, lots of ventilation, sturdy enough (season 3) from the elements but too expensive.
I really liked the tall walls. I felt it made the entire tent useful. We really like this tent and I would say my only complaint is I would like to be able to close off the roof. The roof is screened so on colder nights nothing is holding in any heat. However, it is the tent I like the most between all I have had!
I purchased the Copper Canyon 1312 in 2009 and have been very satisfied with it. Purchased mainly for the vertical side walls and ceiling height. So easy to move around in and so much more room than a dome tent. I highly recommend and for $244 you can go wrong.
i picked this one because i have had eureka tents in the past , and i think the're well made tents. also because i like a big tent with alot of room to stand up in. although the tents are a little cheeper made now than before,they are still worth the money.they withstand the weather well too,i like to camp for a week or more at a time.it's my home away from home!
I did a LOT of research on tents before I purchased this one - looked at many different brands, read dozens of customer reviews and visited local retailers to look at the layout and feel the material. I always look for quality, durability and function. We spend a lot of time camping, and I wanted to ensure that it would last for many years. I purchased this tent because it had everything I was looking for.
Head room - My husband is 6'5", and he has plenty of room to stand up straight without touching the ceiling! That makes a big difference when you're changing clothes.
Fabric - It's durable and easy to clean. We've used this tent for 20+ camping trips, several days for each trip, and I don't have any stains, rips or tears. Everything functions as well today as it did the day I received it.
Roomy and Versatile - 2 rooms offer versatility, but they aren't mandatory. We used the divider once, when camping with another couple. But, we usually leave it as 1 large room. We have plenty of space for a raised air bed against 1 wall, totes on either side act as end tables, we have a large open space in front of the bed, and we always put a folding table against another wall to keep things off the floor. And, we have 2 large dog beds for our 2 English Mastiffs. There's more than enough room for everyone!
Lightweight - At the time of our purchase, the tent 1 size larger was nearly 30 lbs heavier. With all our other camping gear, we wanted to limit the weight and amount of space it takes up in the vehicle. At only 37 lbs, this tent offered the size we wanted without being too bulky.
The only thing I didn't love about this tent was the carrying case. It's made of the same tent material, but it seemed to be a tight fit for everything. I purchased a hockey bag to store the tent and all the parts. Perfect way to store all the parts and extremely easy to handle when packing and unpacking.
we picked this one because it has a high roof/ceiling for my tall husband and it was large enough for us and our 4 children
We had 2 Eureka tents prior and found them to be durable. We bought this model because of the head room. We only use it a couple of times a year. It is easy to put up and it is very roomy.
We picked this tent because of the size. We have 5 people on our family and we had plenty of room to sleep, stand, and store our belongings. Great tent!
The size is perfect for a 4 twin beds across and still have ample area for gear in front of the beds. Also, the unit has great vertical height and the walls are straight up and down. It allows you to have full use of the tent. I also really like the little things like the guidelines integrated with the rain fly. It also does really good in the wind.
Biggest negative is that its not free standing like a true dome tent and it weighs a bloody ton.