Eureka Copper Canyon LX 8


$619.99 CAD

  • Featuring larger windows and doors for improved ventilation, as well as an extended front porch fly design that provides a dry entryway and additional wet weather protection. Copper Canyon’s easy setup, smart features, and full standing height make it Eureka!’s best valued car camping tent.

    This item is oversized and incurs a surcharge when shipping.
    • Durable, steel and fiberglass frame features pole sleeves corner hubs, and quick clips for simple 2 person set up
    • Near-vertical walls create lots of standing room and are ideal when camping with air mattress and cots
    • There are two large D-Style doors at the front and rear that make it easy for everyone to get in and out
    • Large mesh windows with waterproof curtains offer scenic views and plenty of ventilation
    • Extended fly coverage over the door provides extra weather protection and dry entryway
    • This model has a divider down the middle, so you can easily split up the room between two families—it’s basically like having your own two-bedroom cabin at camp
    • The zippered E! Powerport lets you easily run an extension cord inside so you can keep everyone’s gadgets charged
    • There are plenty of stash pockets and 2 gear lofts to help keep things organized
  • Minimum Weight 33 lbs 8 oz / 15.2 kg
    Interior Height 7 ft / 213 cm
    Capacity 8 Person
    Doors 2
    Floor  Size
    13 ft x 10 ft / 396 x 305 cm
    Gear Hammock(s)
    Floor Area 130 ft² / 12 m²
    Storage Pockets
    Packed dimensions 11 in x 29 in / 28 x 74 cm
    Pole Attachment Continuous Pole Sleeves, Clips, Hubs, Ring & Pin
    Frame 19 mm Steel / 16 + 12.7 + 7.9 mm Fiberglass
    Inner Body Fabric 75D 190T Polyester taffeta 1200 mm  
    Rainfly Fabric 75D 190T Polyester taffeta 1200 mm  
    Mesh Fabric 68D Polyester no-see-um
    Floor Fabric 75D 190T Polyester taffeta 1200 mm  
    Stakes Stainless Steel

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Nice size and height but screen flaps dont zip

49 years old and started tenting again, Ive always purchased Eureka and Ive never been disappointed, but unfortunately I am with this one. The size is great and very functional, Im 6 tall and I can easily walk inside, relatively easy to setup like all Eureka tents, but the issue I have is with the flaps that cover the screens which uses clips/hooks to close versus zippers. I live in eastern Canada where the summers nights can still be cool and that cold air easily gets in, I really dont understand the logic of not using zippers, Im assuming new school stuff but really not practical. Btw it did rain 2 of the nights I went camping and the tent stayed dry, but the cool air kept coming in. If ever Eureka changes to zips for this model I would recommend if not I would stay away.