Does this tent include duffel and bag for stakes? What size ground cloth should be used with this?
Hi; first I love my tent I wanted a tent that I could stand up in to change clothes and store my gear, second there is a bag for stakes.
Third I use a 6 mil plastic sheet ground cover cut to the shape of the tent this keeps the bottom of the tent cleaner. I also use a thick moving blanket for the inside tent floor, keeps my feet warmer and can be washed after returning home.
So far I have had 6" of snow on it , rained for 2 days in less then 40 degree weather with no problems.
Yes, duffel and stake bag are included. This is by far the coolest family tent I have ever owned. It's HUGE! My adult kids call it The Death Star. But, I wouldn't give for it because it's awesome!
I love this tent. Bag include. Great for hot or cold weather
Yes, it comes with the two bags, and it fit back in rather nicely. The tent is 9 foot square, go from there on your ground cloth. I would not want it sticking out to the rain fly, or some night you will think you are walking on water.
Yes, awesome duffel and bag for stakes! 9'x9' will work.
The tent comes in a matching drawstring bag (same color as the tent) and the stakes also have a bag to contain them. As for a groundcloth, I was looking for a 9x9' groundcloth, but never found one. The basic footprint of the tent is 9x9' but if you want the front and back flap areas covered by a groundcloth also, I would add another 3' for each end, for a total area of 9x15'. As for me, I used a roll-up bamboo pad for the front and back entrance area. It was perfect to wipe our feet on and to leave shoes, lanterns, etc., outside official tent area.
There is a small bag that holds the stakes and the poles and there is a bag that then holds everything. I am not sure about the ground cover cloth size.
Yes, there is a small bag for the stakes.
The tent footprint is 9x9, excluding the vestibules. I use a 10x12 ground cloth. This allows me to tuck under the sides, and to have enough to put a dry floor in the rear vestibule to use it for additional storage. I also got a 10x10 canvas tarp to use as supplemental flooring on the inside. I ordered it on line and am tempted to ask them to custom make a 9x9, just for ease of installation.
Includes bags and requires a 9 x 9 ground cloth.
Yes there is a bag for the stakes. The tent is 9 x 9 so any ground cover that will come close to this will work. I use an 8 x 8 tarp from Menards simply because it was on sale & the 6" on each side didn't matter. Rather be a little short than over extend the tent in a rain & havewater collect under the tent.
Yes, the stakes have a separate bag, as do the poles, everything rolls up in the Tent and Fly and then is placed in the storage bag/duffel.
I believe my ground tarp is a 9' x 12' and I place the 12' length from front to back so as to have the ground tarp as a front porch under the front vestibule. I then place a remnant of i/o carpet over it for taking shoes off before going in the tent. You rarely have issues with a Eureka product, this has been a good buy for me and my Son.
1. The tent includes a main tent bag (not a duffel bag) into which all items fit, a stake bag and a pole bag.
2. The tent is 9' x 9', but I made (2) 8'-9" x 8'-9" ground clothes (one for underneath, one for inside to protect the floor). If you cut them the exact size of the tent floor, rain can run off the tent sides and drip onto the exposed ground cloth edge and emd up between the tent floor and groundcloth. However, when installed correctly, the fly actually does a very nice job of preventing this anyway.
3. The angled poles on the sides gives it a much roomier feel. The first time you set this tent up, it will be a little difficult to do, but once you get the hang of it, will go up quickly. Set up correctly, this tent has survived the same severe wind and rain/snow conditions that totally ruined my Tetragon 11 in Canada.
The tent has a bag for the stakes, a duffel that everything fits in. if you stow it properly even the ground cloth will fit in the bag. The ground cloth should be about 2” shorter than the floor, so if the tent is 9’ x9’ the ground cloth should be about 8’10” x 8’10”.
Yes, it included a drawstring bag for the tent and one for the poles and for the stakes. The foot print is 9x9 so you should use a ground mat slightly smaller, ideally 8x8. I could not find one that size, so I just fold the one I have along two of the sides so that no part of the mat is protruding from under the tent. Works fine!
The tent comes with a bag for the stakes, one for the poles and they all fit into the bag for the tent and fly. I have not measured the ground cloth I use.
Yes it comes with a duffel that is actually easy to get the tent back into. Small separate bag for stakes. Your ground tarp should not extend past the edge of tent in case it rains (otherwise water will run under your tent). If its bigger than the footprint of your tent just fold it under! I really love this tent. Great quality. Nice vestibules.