Cabela's Big Horn Iii Tent

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Cabela's Big Horn Iii Tent -
This is a new and improved version of our already popular Big Horn II tent, and we made it sturdy enough to take on extreme conditions encountered on extreme adventures. It's a roomy single-wall tent made of XTC fabric that repels rain and snow with ease, and is tough enough to handle harsh foul weather. A heavy-duty steel frame ensures support to withstand wind and precipitation. The tent measures 12 ft. x 14 ft. with an 8'6" roof tapering to 5'6" sidewalls. The hexagonal design offers room for cots, gear and a stove around the sides while leaving the middle area open. We moved the stove area to keep the wall near the stove cooler. Three large multiple-panel windows include zippered covers, a clear-vinyl zip-out window and a mesh screen. There are three fold-down shelves that have mesh cup holders. There's a sidewall stove jack, a storm flap and a heat-resistant insert, as well as a zippered opening in the sewn-in floor for a stove. The inverted "V" door is outfitted with a heavy-duty zipper. Includes 12" steel stakes, guy ropes and zippered storage bag. The stakes weigh 11 lbs. Tent and frame weight is 72 lbs. Imported.

Support and Cushioning:

  • Heavy-duty steel frame ensures support

Weather and Wind:

  • XTC fabric repels rain and snow with ease


  • Zippered opening in the sewn-in floor for a stove


  • Three large multiple-panel windows
  • Hexagonal design maximizes interior space
  • Sturdy enough to take on extreme conditions
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Cabela's Big Horn Iii Tent Reviews:


Very good tent

I’ve had this tent for about a year now and have used it many times, summer and winter, weather conditions don’t stop us. After a good friend of mine camped with me a few times he bought one also. Set up is fairly easy once you’ve done it a few times, maybe twenty minutes or so, then another fifteen for the vestibule. I do it by myself most of the time while others have different camp chores. The vestibule very nice, I’m not sure why people have problems setting it up, it’s pretty straight forward and it adds a great deal of room. I’ve used it in some very wet and cold weather and while there is a small amount condensation, even with four people it has never been a problem. I now have a wood stove and it eliminates any moisture issues completely, what a treat to enter tent warm dry tent when there is snow on the ground and the temps are right around freezing with a mix of snow and rain. It would be nice to have better ways to hang gear in the tent though, while there are a couple of loops, they aren’t high enough, and there isn’t a good way to hang an LED light from the ceiling. The biggest problem I’ve had is that everyone wants to sleep in my tent, even when they bring their own tents they ask about moving to mine if the weather gets bad at night. They figure that whatever the conditions are outside they will be warm and dry inside mine. I have been pleased with this purchase.
camp12 at Cabelas on 01/17/2012

Holding up

This is the first time i ever felt the need to write a review. I have used and put this tent to the test, I have been in a all night thunder storm which dropped 10 inches of rain, with the 2000 acre of water rising 12 inches and finding many boats under the water whith next to no water in the tent. The wife was very happy with this purchase. Then on an annul trip to the plains of WY chasing Mule Deer and Antaloe in some of the relentless wind conditions on can find. All most to the point of getting under your skin. the tent never gave up when other tents in camp needed attention. But not to forget the biggest winter storm to hit the WY plains in twenty years with 24 inches plus of snow, and drifts up wards to 7 feet in hieght. this tent stood tall while others in camp were crushed. I like that the tent was designed without a center post, which would just take up space and get in the way. over all design deserves an A+. Many people that checks out the tent would or be replacing thier current tent. I believe a person would not complain that any tent taking a little time to put up and to with stand all of this I put the tent though would be pleased that thier tent was still standing.
WIMTMAN at Cabelas on 11/17/2013

extreme weather tent!

I have had a Big horn tent for 4 years now. I am very happy with it.
This month I made a very poor choice and decided to stay in my camp when extremely bad weather was coming..
A tornado struck the area & passed 1/4 mile from my camp.
This Tent remained standing and did not suffer any ill effects..
The worse was the stove chimney got leaned over. I do not recommend intentionally using this tent for shelter. but it is good to know that it stood up to 70 + MPH winds.. It is fast set up & take down. and really worth the cost.
singlestacksig at Cabelas on 11/27/2013

Great Design

We used this for our moose hunt in northern Ontario. Two guys cots and gear, and we had a 4 dog wood burning stove in it. Bought the extra floor liner and roof protector. Recommend these. Tent vents very well we had NO moisture at all, stove jack worked great and the tent stayed dry in the rain. Very comfortable for 2 guys, 3 would be tight but do able, the vestibule is a nice addition. Great design and layout easy to set up. Very happy.
monks75 at Cabelas on 10/04/2011