Eureka Hex Screen House

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Eureka Hex Screen House -
After you get your tent pitched take a few minutes to put together Eureka's 3-Season Hex Screen House. When the sun goes down and the bugs come out you won't have to retreat to your tent, and you can sit at a picnic table and play cards without drenching yourself with bug dope. The hexagonal screen tent has a hub and six poles with external clips, so you can set it up in a snap. The two doors open wide enough to move in a picnic table, and it doesn't have a floor, so you don't have to worry about dropping food during mealtime. With 126 square feet, it's like bringing a sunroom to the campground.


  • 6 pole hexagonal umbrella screen house sized to fit a picnic table


  • Roof is polyester Stormshield® cloth for better UV resistance.
  • 50D polyester no-see-um mesh wall panels
  • 75D StormShield® polyester splash cloth and roof


  • Vents N/A


  • Chaincorded powder coated steel frame is sturdy and durable.
  • Freestanding external umbrella frame means fast set up.
  • Frame .75" chain corded steel, ring & pin
  • External 3/4" powder coated steel frame and central hub connects all 6 chain corded poles for easy set up


  • Pack Size 9" x 37"
  • 2 doors with full length zipper for fast easy entry/exit.

Weather and Wind:

  • 6 sides and 6 legs are sturdy in wind.


  • Import.


  • 3 year warranty
  • Flashlight loop
  • Poles attach to tent body via pin & ring for fast and easy set up.
  • Sod cloth at bottom keeps bugs out.
  • Center Height 7' 4"
  • Seasons 3
  • Floor N/A
  • Fly N/A
  • 14 ft. x 12 ft. hexagonal shape gives 127 sq. ft. of picnic space.
  • Tent Area 126 sq. ft.
  • Windows Full mesh panels
  • Vestibules N/A
  • Tent, pole and stake bags included.
  • Sturdy ring and pin assembly, easy up clips, and reinforced beckets offer fast set up
  • Min Weight 21 lbs.
  • Fire retardant.
  • 2 doors open wide for easy entry and exit
  • Vestibule AreaN/A

The Eureka Hex Screen House is 14 ft. x 12 ft. with 2 doors and plenty of room for a table and chairs. The polyester no-see-um mesh keeps the smallest flying nasties out and lets air in. The 6 chain corded steel poles make an umbrella frame and the screen house easily attaches with clips for quick easy set up and great stability. The PU coated polyester roof cloth stops rain and resists UV degradation.

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Eureka Hex Screen House Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

Shined in a grueling 11-day test.

I just returned from an eleven day field research trip to Florida's largest dry grass prairie, Kissimmee Prairie Preserve. We bought this screen house because of the stability and spaciousness promised by its 6-sided design. My previous screen house was 4-sided and did not perform well in the prairie's prevailing 10-15 mph winds with gusts to 25 or so. The Eureka screen house is rugged and roomy and it does everything a screen house should do. It withstood the prevailing winds as well as a thunderstorm that blew out some of our field equipment even without extra guys! We used it daily for meals and for a field laboratory. At night when we had bright lights on the no-seeum mesh and ground-hugging skirt prevented insects from invading the screen house and spoiling our work (ar our dinner.)
One-person setup was a little difficult because the poles don't lock into the rafters thereby allowing them to fall apart during when moving from one pole to another. Otherwise, setup is very straight forward.
Bruce at Campmor on 05/05/2011

All In All, Worthy of Purchase

This tent is difficult to put up, requiring 2 - 3 people, but once up it does the job. I used the plastic stakes once. They are too beefy for my preference. Bought narrow metal stakes, a better fit. Certainly for the money, this is the way to go. It gets you out of bugs and is a haven in a light rain. I have a Eureka backpacking tent and family tent. This is of the same solid quality as those. I go to Eureka first for quality & value for my precious dollars. I was not disappointed in this purchase.
Russ at Campmor on 07/07/2012

Only two types of pole sets, and each is

Only two types of pole sets, and within a set, the 5 poles are broken into two pieces but tied together with those internal bungee-strings, so they assemble easy.
It assembles as a whole, pretty easy. It gets a little floppy with one person doing the job, but it gets done.
We took it for one 5day trip, and the zipper worked fine, and it did the job
RJ at Campmor on 08/08/2011

We use this all year long!

I wrote this because this tent stays in our yard all year. We love it. It sits under our maple tree next to our bird feeders and my wife loves to sit outside watching the birds and relaxing. Eventually the tent will fail, it is not intended for constant use. We just put up another. It is a great product and we thank you so much!
Wknight022 at Campmor on 10/10/2012

Excellent in Breezy / windy conditions

We bought this for our annual trip to Hither Hills State Park right on the Atlantic shores of Long Island. I set it up for a full 7 days and loved it. It handled a pretty windy and rainy evening and the next day dried super fast. It is sturdy and as long as it is big enough for you would highly recommend it.
Cecil at Campmor on 07/07/2013

Great car camping tent

It's a wonderful screen tent for keeping out the insects. Well-built and easy up and down.
Not for rain - however, it has a bunch of tie tabs all around the top of the walls. We could tie up tarps on the rainy side and stay pretty dry. Without a true rain flap over the whole tent, you need to tarp everything inside overnight.
trekkers at Campmor on 08/08/2012

EZ up and big enough

The hex shape permitted us the room for the park picnic table and a few coolers. We enjoyed playing games at night using a lantern and the bugs stayed away. It was as easy to break down and pack away as it was to set it up.
Buck Runs With Beer at Campmor on 08/08/2011

I set this up alone with my ten year old without much trouble. We really enjoyed using this screenhouse.
It has a nice shape and color. Fits easily over large state park picnic tables. Kept out most of the bugs.
Was strong enough for the PA northwoods.

nel3872053 at on 10/28/2010

Eureka Hex Screen House

Just went camping for 4 days. Daughters said this was the best screen house I have ever bought. Very easy to assemble. Wish the price was lower but we did enjoy the product.
Sharon at Campmor on 06/06/2011

Good overall design

The shape makes it feel roomy. We like the front and back zipper

We wish it had a rain fly option. The bottom skirt is not very tight to the ground.
Dan in the woods at Campmor on 09/09/2010

Negative Reviews:

Eureka hex screenhouse is AIRLESS!

I have been a tent camper for 20 years. I have thoroughly enjoyed my three Eureka tents and expected to love my new hexagon screenhouse. We read the reviews prior to purchase and thought this would be a great solution to our need for an outdoor room when we RV as well as when we tent camp. The insects in both NC and FL can be just awful. So we got this screenhouse, put it up in the backyard to test it out...we were impressed by the ease of set-up, but then we tried to sit in it and enjoy being outdoors. There was no air! No breeze at all, unless we opened a door, and that totally defeated the purpose of a bugless outdoor space!
I just don't get it! What is the use of a screenhouse without ventilation? I did not see this problem addressed in any other reviews.
It appears to be a somewhat effective sunshade, but not a great one. Basically, it appears to be useful to define one's outdoor space at a campsite.
Eureka, I expected more from ya! My tents have wonderful ventilation and I value this in them.
What's up with this screenhouse?
Oh, I am returning it this afternoon.
camperdee at Campmor on 07/07/2012

no ventilation in this screenhouse

I set this up in the backyard to test it out. It went up easily with 4you people. I think 2 people would work well.
i was very disappointed to find that we were bothered by both insects and heat when we sat inside it. There was no air stirring inside, although there was an excellent breeze outside. It was bewildering to be sitting there ina hot tent.
i would not recommend this to anyone.
the two doors are nice, but you have to have them opento get a breeze, which is counterproductive.
campergirrl at Campmor on 07/07/2012

Neutral Reviews:

Met my needs

Easy to set up and use; when windy is easy to tie down to poles; size fits around most picnic tables some are too long to place under screen with room to walk on both ends. Only disappointing issue is wind pushed screen against edge of table and bench seat wearing a hole through the screen in several hours.
Tom at Campmor on 07/07/2013

Good construction, but small

With the sloped walls, the space inside feels very cramped. It also does not have any provision for attaching guy lines to strengthen the assembly in windy areas. No shade panels for side either.
Rob at Campmor on 08/08/2012