Eureka's Copper Canyon Tent provides a spacious interior for four campers should the weather turn rainy. There's plenty of standing space for everyone to stand and stretch during a game to pass the time, and the rain fly keeps the windows open so things don't get muggy. The windows can be zipped up if the rainy weather turns windy, and the rain fly removes when things turn sunny. The tent also includes a zippered E! Power Port that lets you charge your phone or headlamps from outdoor-grade batteries outside the tent without keeping the door closed.
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Eureka Copper Canyon Tent: 3-Season 4-Person
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