Coleman Sundome 4 9'x7' - 4 Person Tent

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Coleman Sundome 4 9'x7' - 4 Person Tent
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Coleman Sundome 4 9'x7' - 4 Person Tent -
The Coleman Sundome 4, 9'x7', dome tent is part of the classic Sundome series of tents from Coleman. The Sundome 4 sleeps 4 happy campers and includes a large door for easy entry/exit with a hooded fly to provide ventilation even in rain. A large rear hooded window also provides airflow for cross ventilation. Mesh vents on the roof provide additional ventilation and the rugged 1000D polyethylene floor is a bathtub style (wraps up the sides) for extreme weather protection and has welded seams, even in the corners, to guard against a leaky floor. The coated polyester fabrics on the fly and walls are rugged and durable. Like all Coleman Sundome tents it is easy to set up or take down and features an Electrical Access Port, a ground vent and an interior mesh storage pocket.


  • Freestanding design is easy to set up and take down


  • Shockcorded fiberglass frame for easy set up

Weather and Wind:

  • All main fly and floor seams are factory sealed
  • Heavy duty 1000D polyethylene bathtub floor for extra durability and welded leak proof seams even in the corners
  • External guy points to keep the tent stable in storms and high winds


  • 1 zippered Electrical Access Port to run AC power into the tent


  • 1 interior storage pocket


  • Coated polyester fly and wall fabrics (450mm coating) shield the tent from rain
  • Easy convenient clip and continuous pole sleeve construction
  • Polyester fly is tough and durable and won't stretch when wet


  • 1 vented Cool Air Port for increased ventilation and comfort
  • Mesh roof aids in ventilation and reduces condensation
  • 2 windows and roof vents for maximum ventilation and comfort


  • Import.


  • Instructions sewn to carry bag so they are easy to find and hard to lose
  • 1 Large 'D' style front entry door
  • All carry sacks and stakes included
  • Fire retardant
  • Sleeps 4
  • Includes convenient flashlight loop on the ceiling
  • Pin and ring pole to body connection is fast and simple
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Coleman Sundome 4 9'x7' - 4 Person Tent Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

Solid product, simple setup

I was very impressed that this tent held strong through three days of thunderstorms with high winds. I threw an extra tarp over the top just in case, and only then did the wind catch the tarp and pull out one of the tent stakes. Overall though, the inside of the tent stayed mostly dry. The tent floor is very well sealed and I had no problems with leaks or bugs.

Being a very petite woman, I did need help setting up the tent, but I had no problems taking it down alone. Size-wise, I knew it would be more than enough room for someone camping alone, but I wanted a tent I could stand up in, and so this was perfect for me.
Frequent Festival Camper at Campmor on 06/06/2013

It is a coleman!!!!!! Nuff said

I have 4 coleman tents, (Sundome and/or Fossil creek.) We do lots of boy scout camping and you just cant beat a coleman tent for that. Pros easy, quick setup, my Webelos (age 9) sets it up with minimal assistance. I will not use it in extreme weather, but holds up well to slight winds and light rains. Of course i use ground covers and during rains put a tarp over it for extra security. Nothing worse than having wet sleeping bag, so I just dont take that chance. Boy Scout Motto is Be Prepared, so i am. $8 tarp gives hundreds in piece of mind while camping.
Lee at Campmor on 10/10/2011

Easy setup - Reasonably priced

I am new to camping and this is my first tent. In my opinion, the space is perfect for 1 person but way too small for 4 people as marketed. My full sized air mattress took up 1/2 the floor space. The price is completely reasonable for the quality of the tent. Easy to set up. The door is nice and large and I liked that that the top portion has a screen for some fresh air. The backside has a screen as well for a nice cross breeze.
Late in life camper at Campmor on 07/07/2013

Nice features, low qualiy

Really enjoyed the tent features, plenty of room for 2 plus dog and plenty of gear. went just this past easter weekend, neat doggie door in rear of tent (or cooler access),quality was probably what you'd expect for the price some missed stiching but over all good for the price. Easy to find footprint tarp size 6x8, but we returned it and are waiting on our MARMOT limelight 4, I know it's not a fair comparision but this will serve us better along the A/T
RP at Campmor on 04/04/2011

AWESOME outside fun!!!

Set up was easy. Very roomy for 4. Love how you can take cap off top and you can see moon and stars . . . and airplanes . . . . . as my granddaughter says. Perfect for backyard family campouts. Granddaughter can't wait till it gets warmer. One of her BEST birthday presents!!!
Terry at Campmor on 01/01/2014

Good Quality Product For The Money

Bought this 4 person tent for myself.
I like a lot of room in order to be comfortable.
Two or three person tent to small & crampy.
Like the design think its kinda cool looking.
Will keep this tent in my Jeep for emergencies.
You can't go wrong with Coleman its a good product.
Jerry at Campmor on 02/02/2014

Love it

Easy to set up and break dow, kept bugs out. Sturdy with the steaks in the ground. Liked the look of it. Fit a Queen size blow up mattress with about 1 foot of space on one side. Kept our bags in the car. Definitely NOT a four person tent, 2 is comfortable.
Ang at Campmor on 11/11/2012

Very Good Tent

This tent held up in extreme weather. We were with the boy scouts for a week,and for 2 days it rained like a monsoon.This tent did not leak.I was more than happy with this tent.The only knock on this tent was it is not a 4 man tent plus gear.
happy to be dry at Campmor on 08/08/2013

Very Good Tent for the Price

I used this for occasional recreational camping. Camped last weekend in the sun and rain and held up great. Only complaint is that it is rated for 4 people. Well, you going to have to be packed in like sardines to fit.
Aaron at Campmor on 09/09/2013

Great Value Tent: Purchased on Clearance

With one comfort driven, and one pseudo-minimalist camper we can say it works well for both styles. It can comfortably fit a twin sized air mattress and one other person as well as luggage (or a third person)
Camping Couple at Campmor on 07/07/2012

Neutral Reviews:


Well, I owned this tent a few times, buying a new one every other year. First of all, i would like to mention all good things about it. First and foremost it is an inexpensive, spacious, and easy to setup tent. I personally used it as a 2 person tent, with queen size inflatable bed inside, and a whole lot of available space for all our gear, rods, and all other comfy things, even a mini coffee table. Few times we did fit in a third person, but had to give up on the queen size.Once we was 4 bodies total, with sleeping bags, but it's kind of not comfort driven.However, the "Four Buddy" setting was comfortably Next to each other, not on top of each other.
Anyway, we was all happy with the tent in nice dry summer trips to PA, and NJ. I did recommended my close friend to buy one also and he did. The "positiveness" lasted up until we went for another 3 day car trip do Delaware Water Gap into well expected 3 day thunderstorm/rain conditions. That was BAD! The 450 fly coating of this tent's fly successfully survived only the first day of light rain and no wind , but then was a heavy rain night! Oh Lord...In the middle of the night i found myself, alongside to my "significant other" wet, cold and extremely unhappy with our dripping tent.Same applied to my buddy and his Gf in their(but identical)tent. The rain fly, indeed, could have been lower on the sides, because the winds was blowing that rain water right in from below,the zipper leaked through, and 450 mm rain fly was definitely not ready for heavy rain/wind condition. Condensation, in turn, was also the issue in between the rains. I had to build an improvised tarp from 30 gal. black garbage bags, but it did not stood a chance at a first wind blow. We had to scoop out the water from inside after each time it rained heavy, and not to mention that all our stuff was soaking wet. At times, it felt like our (all wet) queen size bed was floating on the water inside of the tent. We was drying our necessary outfits on the campfire during the day, and at night we was all soaking wet again because of leaks and condensation in the tent(s). That was some unforgettable experience.
Well, my dear friends campers, it's a time for the conclusion.

Bottom line:

If you want an inexpensive tent for base camping, car camping or a day-beach camping for VERY comfortable 2 person stay in dry and warm weather - this is a good and very inexpensive choice.BUT, If you are expecting moderate-to-heavy rain with some wind, then this is definitely NOT a good choice. Humidity is also an issue as this tent tends to collect/accumulate condensation very well.Since then, I am always buying something within $200-300 USD, that will perform better, last me a few years, able to accommodate up to 4 bodies next to each other,and will handle north-eastern PA-NJ-NY weather conditions. And most of all, remember, it's not always "what you paid for that's what you get! I have owned a couple of tents with well over 350-400 USD price tag and they truly was not worth a dime so i was forced to return them, and i had a tent for a fraction of that and i was very happy with it. Perhaps I will need to buy one this summer, and The Coleman Sundome will not be on my list.
Pavel D at Campmor on 01/01/2012

good bang for the buck

Overall happy with this product. Quality and performance was right on target for the money spent. Held up to 2 days of steady rain up in the White Mountains, NH despite some condenstaion build up. Would recommend this product to anyone that is not too serious and is looking for an easy up/down tent
cracker at Campmor on 08/08/2011

OK Family tent

Is what it is a family tent for casual use.
No nickname at Campmor on 08/08/2013