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About Eureka Northern Breeze Shelter

Eureka Northern Breeze Shelter
The Eureka Northern Breeze Shelter is perfect for outdoor picnics or parties. It is a 3 seasons, 4 pole square umbrella screen house, featuring vertical side walls for maximum usable interior space, plus built-in wind curtains on all four sides that can double as awnings when extra space is needed. It has durable shockcorded aluminum frame, and Eureka hub which make set up fast and easy. It features two full length doors zip which completely open and out of the way for easy entry and exit. You can add the optional nylon floor to make it into a tent (sold separately). The Eureka Northern Breeze Shelter will keep your guests shaded from the sun, or dry from the rain.

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This product has a limited lifetime warranty.

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Eureka Northern Breeze Shelter Features

  • Freestanding
  • Polyester no see um mesh
  • 4 equal length poles
  • Corner loops
  • Optional snap in floor
  • 2 doors
  • Door height: 5 ft. 6 in.
  • Flashlight loop
  • Tent, pole and stake bags included
  • Fire retardant
  • Shockcorded aluminum frame

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4.6

(based on 9 reviews)

100%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

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Most Liked Positive Review

 

The BEST

We car camp and this is my Kitchen, Living Room, Lounging tent for every kind of weather. Attached Screening, Roll down privacy and weather proof panels and all four sides can be adapted to Awning. Works well and very roomy and easy to set up. You get three poles for one awning but these poles can be bought anywhere. It is not a separate rain fly so leave some room for condensation to get out. I put a heater in there on cold mornings and it is quite snug. A little pricey compared to ...

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Eureka Northern Breeze Screen House

Eureka had a great idea but the design leaves much to be desired. When we camp we set up all 4 awnings to place our chairs and bikes under when not in use. The Northern Breeze would be wonderful if we didn't have to constantly exit the screen house to push up on the awning to empty all of the rain that collects on them, during the lightest rain. Our awnings have absolutely no run off capability they just sag and hold water like a bucket; even though we use the 7' pole in the center and 6'...

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5.0

Pricey but worth it!!

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Very good tent. Yes its very pricey but try to find one with side flaps sewn in and so convenient.

 
4.0

Great screen house

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We've used this screen house for several years. The zippers are sturdy and the screen house nice and roomy.

 
5.0

the best of all

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we have had this screen house for over ten years, using it at Hither Hills State Park in Montauk, NY. It has withstood over 50 mile/hour winds and heavy rain, while other brands have either blown away or have been destroyed. This year we will be retiring this one and ordering another. We highly recommend this one.

 
4.0

Love my tent

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We use this every year in the keys 30 knot winds for days an this tent was great. This is our 3rd year & I want another one. The rain stays out with the sides down very well.we have put this tent to the test & are pleased.

 
5.0

fantastic screen tent

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This tent is great. Me and my two teenaged sons were able to put this tent up with no problem. When the sides are down and you are cooking inside it warms up nicely, so on cool mornings it is toasty inside. Once the sides are up the air flows nicely through. Plenty of room for the picnic table and a 6' foot prep table. I didn't have any rain experience with it this trip but my friend who has this tent has said that they stay dry in rain storms in this tent. I am very satisfied with this purchase and look forward to years of camping with it.

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Shopper  Why Did You Choose This?
Ronda G  It is supposed to be able to handle bad weather and still stay up. also, the price on your site is nearly a hundred dollars cheaper than every where else. thanks!
ROBERT F  My review of this product is here. I purchased it because of the integral sides that can be rolled up or down for weather and the size gave us plenty of room.
DENISE V  It's very sturdy & has all four sides that come down to secure it or go up if you want them to.
Shopper  Do the mesh walls have zippers in the corners so that can be rolled up on each side like the storm flaps?
EDWIN M  the 2 "door" sides (front & back doors) yes
LARRY F  Yes
PATRICIA A  the mesh walls have zippers on each of the entrance sides so that they can be rolled up, completely opening the pass thru sides. the opposite mesh sides do not roll up. Opening the two entrances allows for a nice breeze to cool the screen tent. It's big, it's roomy. We're very happy with it after several years
PETER T  Two opposite walls have a zipper down the middle to serve as doors. The same walls have zippers in the corners so the entire wall can roll up. The other two walls do not. We have extra poles so that all storm flaps can be used as awnings.
Mike S  How well did it work? Were you happy with it? I've heard that you have to play with the main poles a little and to obtain a tight secure set up on all sides the poles may not exactly line up straight with the sides / seams otherwise making it feel a little shaky if not staked down. Have you experienced any of this? Thanks for your time, just trying to decide weather or not to buy it. I have a great Eureka Equidome tent that's in it's 18th year of service thi syear so I know it's a good brand , just a little nervous about the pole thing is all. Any help would be greatlly appreciated. Thanks, Mike
ROBERT F  I have never had any problems with the main poles. Since the poles have to line up with the clips that hold up the tent (It is exterior supported) you have no choice but to do it correctly. Putting it up is a two person job though. You still have to stake it down or the tension of the supports will lift it off the ground. I was having a problem with condensation until I started staking out the side flaps instead of just tying them against the main body of the tent. This prevented moisture and allowed fresh air to flow even in a heavy rain. Keep the flaps tight and the rain will flow off. For the main entrance, stake it very low and tight with enough space to exit and enter and the rain will flow off there also. You will love the room. It is 12x12 and very sturdy. Good luck.
SYLVIA W  We love our Northern Breeze Tent. We purchased it 3 years ago when we had company visiting in May, not the best time to go camping in the Pacific Northwest. This shelter kept us warm and dry through a 3 day monsoon. We had no trouble with the poles, although we learned to always stake it down, because it quickly converts to a sail in windy conditions. The only issue we've had is with the storm flap over the front door. It's difficult to set up so that it doesn't drip through the zipper or collapse from the puddle of water that collects. It takes some effort to put up, best with more than 1 person. I love the roll-up sides that let fresh air and sunlight in and its plenty big to fit over a picnic table with room for a cookstove at one end.It has made even the soggiest trip bearable. We never go car camping without it.
BRUCE T  Mike , Glad to answer your questions! My wife and I are 64 and 65 yrs, young and camp a lot !! This tent for us is simple to set up, and under 40 mile gusts has not blown in or down. When assembled before staking the tent is rigid enough to move around. We purchased 2 sets of poles from Eureka for the flaps to open the entire unit except one side ( to allow for privacy) . Many people stop and ask about it . It can get warm inside in summer because of the noseeum screen , but for the most part "you get what you pay for". And after checking price - SUNNY SPORTS.COM WAS THE BEST!! HOPE THIS HELPS:)
ANDREA P  Excellent product! Needs 2 people to set up,due to the height, but worth it! Not shaky at all!
SAM R  Mike, Did not have any problem setting up the product. I have a Eureka space tent that is approximately 30 years old and sets of the same exact way. Product name and reliability are the main reason I bought it. Screened tent is very sturdy and reliable. Have you had no problems with it. Would not say you have to play with the polls just adjust the bottoms out a little bit to make it more secure. As with any screened tent it has to be staked down or becomes a parachute in the wind. I am very pleased with it and would recommend you buy it.
LAURA H  We really like the shelter, and use it every time we go camping. It was pricey, but worth it I think. We tried a couple different comparable brands, but returned them. We haven't had any issues with sides or seams pulling.. we did have this problem with a different brand (the hawaiian sounding one, can't remember the name) but haven't had that issue with this particular shelter. It should be staked every time you use it, though, because the wind blows through the netting and can pick it up if it gets windy enough. We love it because it's nice and tall and roomy, good for a family or tall people!
BARB L  Mike: I use the Eureka Shelter only once a year at a festival where the family camps, thus, I have not had extensive experience. It is not easy to set up well and it does seem shaky, especially in wind or rain. We do stake it down. It's been fine for us, but as I look at other shelters at the festival, some seem tighter and also look easier to set up. That said, we use it and it works for us with a large size group to feed. If it had it to do over, I'd look around and see what else there was to serve our purpose.
SAM R  Mike, Did not have any problem setting up the product. I have a Eureka space tent that is approximately 30 years old and sets of the same exact way. Product name and reliability are the main reason I bought it. Screened tent is very sturdy and reliable. Have you had no problems with it. Would not say you have to play with the polls just adjust the bottoms out a little bit to make it more secure. As with any screened tent it has to be staked down or becomes a parachute in the wind. I am very pleased with it and would recommend you buy it.
DENISE V  Mike, I asked my husband & he says he has no problem with set up but it does take 2 people to set it up or it would be a pain by yourself. Otherwise, he loves it & has no problems!
DAVID A  We use it in a wilderness setting in Minnesota and are very happy with it. Because of passing storms and unpredictable winds while we are out and about, we always stake it down. We've had one pole tie come loose from the tent, and it was an easy repair.
DENISE V  Dear Mike, We love our Eureka Northern Breeze Screen House. It is very sturdy & my husband says it's easy to set up. I don't think he's had any issues with it. I know it's a bit more expensive than other screen houses, but it is really worth it. You can add a piece for the floor & snap it in if you want to use it for a tent too. All of the sides can be let down for security or up as an awning. We leave our's set up at a local campground all summer & go up on weekends. We like to be able to secure all the sides down while we are not there. Hope this helps. I don't think you will be dissapointed at all with the Northern Breeze. We would buy another one if we need to! Denise
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