26 x 8 ft. Grand Cabin with Awning

MSRP: $1,499.99
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Now: $1,299.99
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181.00 LBS
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Model 6160

The Grand Cabin is the king of camping tents. Camp in comfort and style with this rugged and versatile, full-featured, canvas cabin tent, ideal for those extended use occasions. The tent features three rooms: The grand room in the center (11.5 x 8 ft.), and left and right bedrooms (8 x 7 ft.). The rooms are divided with canvas curtains with zippered doors. A spacious 12 x 8 ft. awning with an optional wall enclosure (sold separately) creates the perfect picnic or living area, providing shade, and protection from the weather and critters. Eight large windows provide openness, outside views, and excellent airflow. The no-see-um screen mesh keeps out the smallest pests. Four doors with top-grade YKK #10 zippers offer convenient access. The doors are located front and back on the grand room (center) and at the end of each bedroom. The tall ceiling (7.5 ft at peak) and steep wall design (5 ft at the ends) provide a roomy interior with stand-up, walk-around comfort.

Made with premium grade, Hydra-ShieldTM, 100% cotton duck canvas. The tight weave and silicone finish make this canvas watertight, yet breathable, minimizing condensation and mugginess. The robust 1" steel tube poles with welded corner braces will hold up to the weather. The floor is made with puncture resistant, 13.5 oz vinyl with welded seams that keeps water out. Zippered storage bag and hefty, 12" steel tent stakes included. Requires two adults for set up. Limited lifetime warranty.


• Three room design. two canvas divider walls with zippered doors.
• Spacious 7.5 ft peak ceiling height and steep walls. Stand up, walk around comfort.
• Deluxe Awning 12 x 8 ft. with steel frame.
• Four Large D-shaped doors (front, back and bedroom ends).
• Eight Large windows provide openness, and airflow. No-see-um screen mesh keeps out pests.
• Two Privacy gusset windows. Allow for privacy and airflow even during rainy weather.
• Hydra-ShieldTM 100% cotton duck canvas. Durable, watertight, and breathable.
• Sturdy steel tube frame, reinforced with welded corner braces.
• Heavy-duty, 12-inch, steel rod tent stakes.
• Zippered storage bag. 

This item ships in two cartons. Additional charges may apply for express shipping.



Approx. Weight: 174 lbs. (Includes tent, poles, stakes, and storage bags. Stores in two carry bags approx. 87 lbs. each).
Size: 26 x 8 ft. tent space, plus 12x8 ft. deluxe awning.
Pack Size: Tent--Length: 46 in. Diameter: 14 in., Poles--Length: 46 in. Diameter: 12 in.
Capacity: 12-person.
Ceiling Material: 10 oz Hydra-shieldTM canvas.
Wall Material: 8.5 oz Hydra-ShieldTM canvas.
Floor Material: 13.5 oz vinyl. Polyester reinforced, welded seams.
Zippers: YKK #10 coil on door, YKK #8 coil on windows.
Frame: 1-inch, galvanized, steel tubing.
All-season: Use year-round, but not designed for extreme winter mountaineering or heavy snow accumulations.
Warranty: Limited Lifetime Warranty.

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Additional Options (Sold Separately):

#0665 Awning wall enclosure with windows

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  • 5
    Great hunting tent

    Posted by Unknown on 7th Nov 2017

    If there are any hunters out there wondering if this tent is the right choice it is. I had this tent up for over thirty days this year hunting. The only thing I would ask for is a stove jack but you can add one yourself. As far as rain not a single drop even thought about coming in. You do have to watch the awning water will pool on it but other than that this is a solid tent can't wait to see how many years I get out of it

  • 5
    Perfect tent for a large family that doubles as an Emergency Shelter

    Posted by LUX Materials on 20th Jun 2017

    This thing is a tank and we love it! Set it up in the backyard and the kids had so much fun running around in it. It rained super hard and not a drop of water came in. I need to get a few more lines to steak down the awening better as some water pooled on that but again not a drop came in and it held all the weight! We love the idea of having this as part of our emergency preparedness plan as an emergency shelter. Love this thing and can't wait to head out camping comfortably for a week at a time if we wish with plenty of room for our family of seven.

  • 5

    Posted by T from Canada on 5th Oct 2016

    Owned the smaller cabin tent for 5 years, was extremely pleased.
    Just got this one and set it up in the yard, it is actually easier to set up than the smaller version. Has room for my whole family of 7. Can't wait to take it camping.

  • 5
    Big Ass Tent

    Posted by Jack on 27th Jun 2016

    This tent is awesome for a family or buddys going camping. Heavy heavy heavy though. 2 bags weighing 80-90lbs each. Going to be difficult setting up with wife 9y/o and 2 3y/o helpers but we'll manage. Friend and I set up in less than hour. MAKE SURE TO PUT IN SHADE!! Tent gets crazy hot during the day even with 2 fans running. I plan to get better A/C in future but for first time it was great. Ready to go again.

  • 5
    This is the Way to Tent Camp

    Posted by John on 2nd Jun 2016

    Santa brought us the Grand Cabin with Awning this past Christmas, and Memorial Day weekend 2016 was our first chance to take it out. We had rain for three days, but stayed perfectly dry inside the tent and under the awning. One night had high winds and a severe weather warning (thunderstorm), but we had no issues despite the blowing.

    I also liked the fact that there were no signs of the internal condensation that you always get in the morning with the polyester tents. The canvas really does let moisture out, but not back in. This was extremely dry and comfortable.

    Another good thing is that you can also unzip almost every wall to get a nice cross breeze in any direction when it gets warm.

    All kinds of pop-up camper owners came up to us with envy saying they would have never bought their pop-up if they'd have had one of these.

    Quality is exceptional. It is a little heavy, but nothing the wife and I can't handle together. Setup takes 20-30 minutes, and take down is about the same. It is not complicated, just takes two people. The heavy canvas is easy to sweep off and fold up. It fits back in the bag with room to spare.

  • 5
    The king of cabins

    Posted by David Rockwell on 1st Jun 2016

    Needed a tent that could survive 80 MPH winds, the heat of the desert, and the cold of the North. After setting this up for the first time, and breaking it in for a day I can tell that it's all that and more.

    Set it up with two people in under an hour. Could probably be done solo as well (but then why do you need such a large cabin?). Called customer support once for guidance and they were absolutely amazing.

    While the initial cost is quite a bit more than a generic nylon tent, I can already tell from the construction of this that it ends up being a much greater value.

    This cabin is heaven for tall people.