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No leaking even in heavy thunderstorms. Stays dry pretty well. Good deal of interior space. Has an electrical port, which is a big plus. Sets up within minutes. With two people inside, they can still walk around the tent interior.
Rainfly is too close to the door, which may cause flooding of the entry/exit way. Requires a footprint due to the thin floor material.
A cabin tent like the Copper Canyon 6 from Eureka is very ideal for both families and groups. This model is tall, wide, and spacious inside, at 10 feet long by 10 feet wide and 7 feet high. It can house a maximum of 6 people. Also, it is designed as a 3-season tent; in other words, the tent is best used in the summer and in warm conditions. Below you can see a list of it's strongest and weakest points.
The Eureka Copper Canyon 6 works very well for a family with a number of kids, as well as groups of up to 6 grown-ups. The wide area of 100 square feet and the 7 feet of height makes the interior very comfortable to stay in, whether you are lying down, sitting, or even standing.
It is a 3-season tent, so it’s not suitable for use all year round. However, such a tradeoff should not be too bad. Not many people would want to go camping in the winter anyway.
Last but certainly not least, the $231.96 info_outline price tag is great. This makes the Eureka Copper Canyon 6 great for campers who value space but don’t want to spend too much on a tent.