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Screened Tents Coleman Weathermaster Cabins with Screens

Coleman Screened Tents - WeatherMaster Series

While dome tents are extremely popular, there’s still a place for cabin tents and camping screen tents in the camping world. Because cabin tents are sturdy and roomy they are particularly good for long-term camping, such as an extended hunting or fishing trip, or group camping, like scouts or youth groups. The Coleman WeatherMaster cabin tent series is one of two cabin tent lines the company offers. All include the WeatherTec protection system (see our article on Coleman Camping Tents for details), Airflo ventilation and Cool-Air ports, a mini-window you can use for ventilation or to access gear outside the tent. They’re also equipped with gear pockets and access ports for electrical connections.

Basic WeatherMaster Cabin Tents

These two tents are the foundation of the Coleman Weather Master tent line. They are also the largest. The Weather Master 8 sleeps eight people in a 14 x 9-foot area, and the WeatherMaster 10 accommodates 10 campers in a 17 x 9-foot space. Both tents feature two rooms and a center height of 80 inches (about 6.5 feet). In addition, both tents are equipped with two doors, which zip closed on the smaller tent while the WeatherMaster 10 has a hinged front door.

WeatherMaster Screened Tents
In a change from the traditional cabin tent, each of these tents features a screened-in porch in place of a second room. This area is designed for outdoor use and although it is supported by the tent’s poles, it has no floor. The two screened tents sleep four and six, but have the same footprint as the basic Coleman WeatherMaster cabin tents. That is, the WeatherMaster 4 screened tent, including the screened area, measures 14 x 9 feet, as does the WeatherMaster 8 tent.

Elite WeatherMaster 6 Screened Tent
This is the top-of-the-line screened tent. Measuring 17x9 feet it includes two interior rooms as well as the screened porch, plus other features of Coleman’s Elite tents. These include the hinged door, self-rolling windows, and a battery-powered ceiling light, which is remote controlled, has a 15-watt fluorescent spiral tube, and runs for 22 hours on the low setting with eight D-cell batteries.

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