Eureka Copper Canyon 4

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Eureka Copper Canyon 4 Family Tent Features.

Eureka Copper Canyon 4 Family Tent.
The Eureka Copper Canyon 4 Family Tent is a cabin-styled tent. The tent has vertical walls that are ideal for cot use and maximizes the space and liveability inside. The zippered E! Power Port is a unique feature present in the tent that allows you to bring an electrical power cord inside the tent. Matching yellow webbing on tent and fly couple with the ring and pin assembly to make set up fast and easy. High-stash pockets keep essential things nearby and safe. Gear loft is present overhead in the interior of the tent and used for storage. The tent's free standing and shock corded fiberglass and steel frame is easy to set up. Clips secure the tent body to the frame. Storm guy out pockets stow guy lines on fly during set up and take down. Bathtub floor wraps up sides of tent, protecting against splashing and standing water. For a family of four a perfect tent is Eureka Copper Canyon 4 Family Tent.

Key Features.


  • Storm guy out pockets stow guylines on fly during set up and take down.


  • The tent's free standing and shockcorded fiberglass & steel frame is easy to set up.  Clips secure the tent body to the frame.

Weather and Wind:

  • Main fly and floor seams are factory taped for weather protection
  • External guy points on the fly help secure your tent in high winds


  • Twin track zippers for separate operation of the window in the door
  • E! Power Port - zippered flap allows for an extension cord to be run into the tent


  • High-stash pockets and gear loft keep essentials close at hand and easy to reach.

Lining and Layers:

  • 2 mesh gear pockets for internal storage, clothes line loops and flashlight loop
  • Guy Out Pockets store and secure guy lines when not in use


  • StormShield Polyester Fly won't stretch & resists UV damage better than nylon


  • 4 windows - 1 on each side and roof vent maximize ventilation


  • Matching yellow webbing on tent and fly couple with the ring & pin assembly to make set up fast


  • Combination of clips and sleeves make set up fast and easy


  • Import


  • Fire retardant
  • Poles attach to tent body via pin and ring for fast and easy set up
  • Bathtub floor wraps up sides of tent, protecting against splashing and standing water.
  • Poles are sturdy chain corded Powder Coated steel and shockcorded fibreglass
  • All carry bags and stakes included
  • Cabin style straight walls maximize interior living space
  • 1 door - large 'D' style
  • 4 Windows feature 'Quick Stash' feature - stows window flap easily without loops or toggles
  • Sleeps 4
The Eureka Copper Canyon 4 is a roomy, Cabin style, straight walled family tent that will sleep a family of 4 easily. One large 'D' Style door simplifies exit or entry. 4 large windows and a generous roof vent allow for excellent ventilation. The hybrid steel/fiberglass frame is sturdy and reliable. Factory sealed floor and fly seams mean you will stay dry and comfortable in summer storms. The coated polyester fabrics are durable and long lasting. Set up is a breeze with shockcorded poles that attach with a combination of clips and sleeves and that makes set up faster and easier.
This cabin-style tent features vertical walls, which are ideal for cot use and maximizing space & livability inside!

• Sleeps: 4.
• Floor Size: 8` x 8`
• Pack Size: 7` x 26`
• Weight: 18 lbs 10 oz.
• Seasons: 3.
• Tent Area: 64 sq ft.
• Center Height: 7`
• Doors: 1.
• Windows: 4.
• Gear Loft: Included.
• Hang Loops: 8.
• Flashlight Loop: 1.
• Storage Pockets: 2.
The zippered E! Power Port allows you to bring an electrical power cord inside the tent.
Matching yellow webbing on tent and fly couple with the ring & pin assembly to make set up fast.
High-stash pockets and gear loft keep essentials close at hand and easy to reach.
The tent`s free standing and shockcorded fiberglass & steel frame is easy to set up. Clips secure the tent body to the frame.
Storm guy out pockets stow guylines on fly during set up and take down.
Bathtub floor wraps up sides of tent, protecting against splashing and standing water.

Stand up and relax in this rugged, 4-person, cabin-style tent. Ideal for cots, the straight walls maximize interior space to give even the most remote adventure a roomy, comfortable home base. Boasts a six-pole design. A combination steel/fiberglass frame with clips, pole sleeves, and ring-and-pin assembly deliver fast, easy setup. Two large D-style doors provide easy entry and exit. No-See-Um full mesh roof provides maximum ventilation and air circulation. Roomy gear lofts provides ample room for storage. Walls, fly and floor are constructed of 75-denier polyester taffeta with a durable 1,200mm waterproof coating for wet-weather comfort. Imported.
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Additional Info:2 storage pockets
Center Height:7'
Fabric:Mesh: 68D polyester no-see-um
Floor Area:8' x 8'
Frame:12.7 mm fiberglass & 19.5 mm steel, ring & pin
Size:Pack Size: 7" x 26"
Tent Area:64 sq ft
Vents:Full mesh roof
Weight:18 lbs 10 oz

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Eureka Copper Canyon 4 Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

Stand up in, 4 windows, small footprint.

I have five tents, each with their purpose, and I purchased this one for camping comfort in moderate weather. Your getting four window view, smart for security, venting, or just to enjoy the scenery in all directions. The height of the tent with its screen meshed top allows you to sky gaze with privacy with the rain fly pulled back. I myself just attach the rain fly on the back poles in a folded drape, so I can easily and quickly pull in up and over to the front if I feel it is needed. This tents size is 8'X8' pole to pole, but internally the floor base footprint is 7 ½' X 7 ½' foot, not 8'. Not an issue for me, along with knowing all tent manufactures exaggerate tent people capacities, at least for comfortable use, so measure your equipment to the space. This tents pole and assembly system is solid and simple, and it goes up fast. You really only need to stake out the four corners and only use the additional four stake out guide lines if you expecting winds. Of course with this tents size and shape you wouldn't expect it to handle high storm situations, which is why I always bring along a smaller back up tent designed for harsh weather. This tent is designed for spacial comfort and I wish I found it earlier. The construction of the one I purchased was flawless and it has smart features designed in. If I could change anything on this tent, it would only be for more subdued fabric colors to blend into the environment. Also an accessory shade drape clip on attachment for the front of this tall tent would have been a nice extra. But, all in all, I really like this Eureka! Copper Canyon 4 tent just as it is.
Noble1Uncle at Campmor on 12/12/2012

Very Happy Campers

My Wife and I chose this tent for the cabin design (tall ceiling) and for a fairly small foot print in order to get into campgrounds with limited size tent areas (8'X8'). We have a queen size sleeping bag, with a few additional bags for clothing, there is really no room for anybody else, which is what we intended, the kids have their own tent to sleep in:)

It is very comfortable for the two of us, and it is easy to stand up and change clothing. Also, if/when it rains we can move the sleeping bag out of the way and bring chairs in and sit four people comfortably with plenty of headroom.

We dont have cots, but two single person cots would fit well, with plenty of room between the two. This tent could also fit four kids easily.

We are car campers, and do not have to carry the tent far, though it is not heavy, it would be too much to back pack it in to a location.

Our recent camping trip had us setting up and staying in 25-30 mph winds for 3 days. No problems at all, it is very sturdy and is a great wind breaker, we slept very well.

There are mesh pockets built in at head level to store things like wallets, car keys, phones, camping mirror, since we sleep on the ground it would be nice to have them also at a lower level in order to reach from a lying down or sitting position, but there are none. This would be the only thing that I would add, otherwise it suits us well.
Shiloh Bear at Campmor on 06/06/2012

Perfect for car camping

Bought this tent to use for car camping with our dogs. We have a small 3 man backpacking tent but the two of us didn't want to sleep with 2 dogs in that. Fits us, the dogs and our gear wonderfully. Its sized to fit 4 people and I imagine this could easily fit that many or more with plenty of room for gear. Love that I can stand up in it. Great ventilation when you open all the windows and roll them down and use the little loops to hold them (don't know what the other reviewer was talking about). Easy to set up and take down. Actually fits back in the zipped bag it came in. Never have used the guylines since no forecast for rain or wind when we've gone summer camping. Size fits great on designated tent platforms that many campgrounds here have. Holds its shape great. Don't know how well it holds up to rain and wind so that's why I didn't give it 5 stars.
Beckster at Campmor on 08/08/2012

Great car camping tent

Very, very easy to erect. I did it by myself the first time I used it. This tent has great headroom; you can stand and move around the entire tent. The windows have zippered covers so you can have the rainfly off and have total privacy if you need it, or keep them open for super ventililation and view. Used in the rain once and everything seemed very waterproof, even got water puddling under the tent (due to my own fault-I had the ground cloth sticking out beyond the tent footprint)and the floor stayed perfectly dry. Haven't used it in heavy wind, but it does have guy lines pre-attached to the rainfly which will be very handy when needed. The window flaps roll up and tuck into a pocket at the bottom of the window so they're not hanging down in the way as another reviewer said, although there are no loops to secure them.
Birdie at Campmor on 06/06/2013

Terrific tent!

There's nothing like a tent you can stand up in -- and this is a great, lightweight tent to take anywhere. The only thing I could wish for would be that it was easier to set up for one person -- I did it but it was a bit complicated to keep one side up without have the other fall down. But otherwise -- this is a great, inexpensive tent for all around use. One recommend -- the stakes are easy to push into the ground -- making it seem like you don't need to hammer them in. Bu then they come out easily......
Gaia at Campmor on 08/08/2013

Functional Campground Basecamp

Bought this a few years ago for the wife...only way she would go camping was if she could stand up and walk around inside the tent. After checking out the tents set up in the showroom, we bought this on the spot
We use it every year for a four or five day trip when we go to one location; set up camp and explore with day trips.
If you are looking for comfort on your next trip this is a tent you should consider.
Bivouacer at Campmor on 06/06/2012

Nice tent

I used the tent for the first time and bent two pegs trying to get them in the ground (rock and roots). It rained hard the first night--no leaks. I had a queen size air mattress with small suitcase and there was still plenty of room for my wife to stand up and change clothes.
Except for the flimsy pegs, this is really a nice tent for two adults.
Larry the camper at Campmor on 06/06/2013

Great tent!

I have the 10x10 version of this tent that I take to Boy Scout camp every year. The other leaders liked it so much we bought three 8x8 so all the leaders have a great place to stay. Super easy setup and take down, lots of space, high walls so it's easy to get in and out. Very sturdy; holds up well in serious weather.
Shelly -Troop Quartermaster at Campmor on 08/08/2013


We're super light backpackers, but since my wife's hip replacement surgery she hasn't been able to do any backpacking. Car camping, with an inflatable mattress, is a good compromise. This tent fits a full-size Aerobed, and the interior height means you don't feel cramped putting on your pants in the morning. Definitely the most plush "camping" experience we've had!
pineaudaunis at Campmor on 03/03/2013

Nice Tent

Easy tent to set up. Was disappointed with the D-Style door design. We had 3 adult and 1 preteen and all had the flap get caught in the zipper. Lucy someone was on the opposite side. Don't understand why no tent peg loop was not put on each side on tent door. I think that would of helped.
cathy50 at Cabelas on 10/18/2013

Neutral Reviews:

Nice tent but without standard features

This is a nice tent in some respects. It's tall so you can stand up in it.

It went together pretty easily. The corners have nice guy-outs. No big problems at all. It's functional.

However, when you zip the windows open, there is no hook or velcro on the bottom so you can put them away. They just hang there.

Also on the sides of the tent, there are no hooks so you can stretch out the tent on the sides. The corners are fine, but with a big tent like this, you want to be able to pull out the sides, or else it makes this odd star-shaped kind of interior.
George the Ballet Expert at Campmor on 04/04/2012