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eureka copper canyon tent opinions please

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If anyone has used the eureka copper canyon tent, I would appreciate your comments, especially regarding wind resistance. I want a family tent, but want to make sure it can handle some wind. I am looking at the 10x16 foot one sold by Cabela's. I am aware that the tent comes with inadequate stakes, but that is no big deal. Thanks in advance.

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I bought the Eureka Titan tent this spring. First time out had lots of rain and wind. The tent worked great. I would recommend you look at this model.

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I found a great deal on my new family sized tent. (more like a car camping tent large enough for a queen sized air mattress and I can stand up in) Surf the web and you can find free shipping and huge discounts. I have found the major retail stores are priced fairly high.

I ended up with Kelty Green River 6. Only complaint is that in high winds it starts to lay down a bit, which is common with dome style tents. This was when the winds were gusting 45-50. Otherwise its a great tent.

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