Shopping for a new canvas camping tent? Canvas tents have been around since before they started making tents out of nylon, polyester and other synthetic materials. I own two canvas tents myself, both a Kodiak and a Springbar. They are both great tents. There aren't many canvas tent makers anymore. If you're interested in a canvas tent, read the reviews and compare prices for these canvas tents from Cabela's, Kodiak, Springbar and Trek.
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These tents are often used by hunters as a base camp. Available in 5 different sizes. Equipped to safely accommodate a heating or cooking stove. (Made by Montana, see below.)
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Popular with outfitters, this tent offers roominess and weather protection.
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This tent is for family campers who want a heavy duty tent that they can rely on to keep them dry from the rain and stand up in the wind.
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Magnum makes several sizes of canvas tent. All are large, with big rear windows, but no floor.Continue to 5 of 7 below.
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These tents are what cowboys return to at the end of a day on the range. Large and roomy, with stove jacks in all models. Sold by Cabela's as Outfitter's Canvas Wall Tents.
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The Springbar Campsite canvas tent is the perfect car camping tent for two campers. It's well constructed and uses quality materials. One person can set it up in less than 15 minutes. You can stand up in this tent, and there's room to spare for two sleeping adults.
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These tents are big, and they're typically used for a base camp. Available in 3 sizes: 9x12, 10x14, 10x16.