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Gander Mountain Family Tent With Porch

Item # 708523
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Key Features

  • Two-room family tent

  • Easy release buckles for quick setup

  • Two mud mats ensure tent stays clean

  • Specially designed for excellent ventilation


Our Price   $199.99

Availability: Sold Out

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Product Description
gander_mountain Ideal for any family, this Gander Mountain two-room tent has a large screen room and two mud mats. Easy release buckles allow easy setup and break-down actions. Durable polyethylene tub-style floor keeps seams off the ground so your tent remains dry. Large I-style door on this family tent permits easy access to the screen room, while two D-style doors with arch windows grant entrance inside the tent. Gear loft, along with two storage pockets, organize small items, while the E-port conveniently supports electrical cords. Roof and side mesh vents and windows allow excellent ventilation.
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Specifications
Model # 9364613
Sleeping Capacity 8-person
Floor Dimensions 216" x 192"
Floor Area 122.6 sq. ft.
Peak Height 80"
Packaged Weight 28 lbs. 13 oz.
Number of Doors 3
Number of Windows 2
Vestibule Area 63 sq. ft. screen room
Pole Material Fiberglass
Canopy Fabric 800mm Poly Taffeta
Floor Fabric Polyethylene

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by PowerReviews
Guide Series Family Tent With Porch
 
3.0

(based on 4 reviews)

Ratings Distribution

  • 5 Stars

     

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  • 3 Stars

     

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75%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Comfortable (3)
  • Easy to set up (3)
  • Fly works well (3)

Cons

    Best Uses

        • Reviewer Profile:
        • Casual/ recreational (4)
        • What Is Your Gear Style:
        • Comfort driven (4)
        • Was this a gift?:
        • No (4)

      Reviewed by 4 customers

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      4.0

      Love my new tent

      By GanderJeff

      from Sanford, Fl

      About Me Casual/ Recreational

      Verified Reviewer

      Pros

      • Comfortable
      • Easy To Set Up
      • Fly Works Well
      • Lightweight
      • Sturdy

      Cons

      • Screen Door Had Small Hol

      Best Uses

      • Car Camping

      Comments about Guide Series Family Tent With Porch:

      Out of the box I noticed a small hole(not a rip) in the porch screen door, and it only came with one loft net rather than two(it's a two room tent people!)Also the instructions show the pole layout as numbered, yet none of the poles had any of the instructional numbers on them, so by process of elimination and the photo on the box, I was able to figure out the right poles. But once I figured it out it went up quick, easy, sturdy and fast. Other than that this was a very cool tent, and we had people walking around and admiring it. The porch was the bomb being able to sit comfortably outside the main tent away from the bugs and gave added privacy and wind/sun protection. There was only two of us so we kept one room for just the queen air bed, and the other for everything else. It was cold enough we had to zip everything up at night and we did get a few drips in the face from condensation, Bottom line, I'm very pleased with this tent and it's design.

      • What Is Your Gear Style:
      • Comfort Driven
      • Was this a gift?:
      • No

      (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

       
      4.0

      Great, roomy tent

      By I'd rather be camping...

      from Ann Arbor, MI

      About Me Casual/ Recreational

      Verified Reviewer

      Pros

      • Comfortable
      • Easy To Set Up
      • Fly Works Well

      Cons

        Best Uses

        • Backyard
        • Car Camping

        Comments about Guide Series Family Tent With Porch:

        Overall I think this is a great family tent. It was very easy to set up, which I've done twice in my yard and again during last weekend's inaugural camping trip. I've had no trouble setting it up by myself although I can see it would be difficult to do solo on a windy day. I can't speak to it's waterproofness as it didn't rain on the trip. I did seal the seams but not sure that was really necessary. The shape of the tent is a little odd, so queen air beds fit but lay a little strangely in the space. Its a bit of a stretch to call it "2-rooms". The divider could do a better job of sectioning off the "rooms" as it doesn't provide complete visual privacy. The tent is VERY roomy however. I had a queen mattress on each side and still had plenty of room to move around and store gear. The height of the tent is awesome. I'm 6ft tall and still have PLENTY of headspace above me...like another ft. The screened entry is large and fantastic for storing ALL of your gear. And if you want to escape the rain, there'd be plenty of room for a few camp chairs and not be cramped at all. Will be enjoying this tent for years to come...

        • What Is Your Gear Style:
        • Comfort Driven
        • Was this a gift?:
        • No

        (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

         
        3.0

        its okay

        By Tammy

        from SW wisconsin

        About Me Casual/ Recreational

        Pros

        • Comfortable
        • Easy To Set Up
        • Fly Works Well
        • Waterproof

        Cons

        • Flimsy Construction

        Best Uses

        • Backyard

        Comments about Guide Series Family Tent With Porch:

        Used this for a weekend casual camping trip with friends at a small campground. The first time we put it up it seemed like everything didn tquite fit well, that maybe the poles were taller the the material because it came off the ground and when we tried to fix it another part of the the tent just wasnt right. We like the design because we can put our things in the porch we dont want other people touchong but still leave i toutside. There was plenty of room as it was just me amd my boyfriend and dog. We had a queen bed on one side and a whole lot of room on the other but if you are packing this tent with people sleeping bags would be best since the bed sits in there a little awkwardly. The second time we put it up one of th epoles cracked that holds up the top of the side. We were able to rig it but were really glad we bought the insurance. Yhe people that i talked to about that were extremely helpful and it was very very easy to make a claim! This tent would be okay for casual camping..nothing too serious. We didnt have a lot of wind but did have rain. It held up an dth efly worked well but we also sealed it before going.

        • What Is Your Gear Style:
        • Comfort Driven
        • Was this a gift?:
        • No
         
        1.0

        Poor Design

        By Family Camper Dave

        from Greensboro, NC

        About Me Casual/ Recreational

        Verified Reviewer

        Pros

        • Sturdy
        • Waterproof

        Cons

        • Difficult To Set Up

        Best Uses

          Comments about Guide Series Family Tent With Porch:

          I've had a 4 man dome tent for years and finally decided to upgrade to a larger one for the kids. I was wrestling between buying this one and the Grizzly Den. I went with this one because of the added space of the porch.

          I have camped for years and it took me and my father 4 hours to set it up (even after reading the directions 5 times). It was very confusing at first. The sleeping area of the tent is arranged in slight Y formation with makes it a little difficult if you want to put two queen mattresses in the tent since the corners will touch. A rectangle design for the sleeping area would have been better.

          The biggest problem with the tent is the poor design of the entry door to the tent. The floor of the tent below the double doors will not touch the ground. It made the floor tight in the middle and I was afraid it would rip the walls of the tent if I were to step on the floor just inside the door. I tried maneuvering the polls a couple different ways but nothing would relieve the pressure and allow the entry way to sit on the ground. It acted like the main support polls were about 6 inches too tall. I later saw this comment in another review so it was not just my tent. After realizing this, I figured out why this tent was $30 cheaper than the Grizzly Den even though it had more space with the porch.

          Another down side is that you will have to stake the tent down to get it to setup properly. With most dome tents, it is not necessary to do this unless you are staying in an area with high winds. This tent will not stay up without stakes. The porch will fall back and the sides will not fully extend if you don't.

          Once we got it up the best we could, we did spend two nights in it. A rain storm came through and only two places had a tiny bit of water; one where the electrical cord came through the wall of the tent. I thought it was pretty waterproof over all. The floor of the tent was a gray tarp like material which was of good quality.

          The structure seemed sturdy especially considering I had put a tarp on top of part of the tent due to heavy rain warnings and this being a new tent. The tent stayed up to the temporary strong winds.

          It was roomy inside and I, being 6' tall, could easily stand up in the middle. The middle divider curtain doesn't go all the way to the walls or floor but allows a little privacy. There was a small net type thing that was supposed to hook in the tent somewhere but it wouldn't fit the hooks at the top and I never could figure out where it was supposed to go.

          I took the tent back to the store after two nights and bought the Grizzly Den and was much happier with the purchase. I must say Grander Mountain did not hesitate to take it back and the exchange was simple.

          • What Is Your Gear Style:
          • Comfort Driven
          • Was this a gift?:
          • No

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