Wenzel Great Basin Tent is a large, 3 room, 18’ x 10’ family dome tent that sleeps up to 10 people

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Wenzel Great Basin Tent

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Red (4.2/5)

Blue (4.3/5)

The Wenzel Great Basin Tent is a large, 3 room, 18’ x 10’ family dome tent that sleeps up to 10 people.

Its heavy duty polyethylene floor has welded seams for strength and waterproofing while its mesh roof, 4 windows and door improves ventilation on those hot steamy nights.

The polyester fly of the Wenzel Great Basin Tent is seam sealed and covers most of the tent, keeping it dry and protected.

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Wenzel Great Basin Tent BlueThe Wenzel Great Basin Tent (Blue) has a removable room divider, easy to set up or take down for 1, 2 or 3 rooms, with each room measuring 6’ x 10’, a big plus for this particular type of tent.

Its  large D-style door makes for very simple entry/exit, covered by a hoop frame.

The seams of the Wenzel Great Basin Tent (Red) are welded together to give maximum protection against rain entering the tent.


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Wenzel Great Basin Tent Features:

  • sleeps 10 people
  • super tough 1000D welded polyethylene floor
  • weather armor polyester fly and 600mm coated walls for non-sagging when wet and good UV resistance
  • 1 large D-style side entry door with storm flag closure
  • 2 removable room dividers for 1, 2 or 3 6’ x 10’ room configuration with center zippers
  • 4 windows with storm flaps for great ventilation
  • mesh roof for more ventilation and condensation reduction
  • shock-corded fiberglass frame for easy set up
  • e-port for electrical appliances
  • interior storage pockets for extra stuff, keeping tent neat and organized
  • easy convenient sleeve and clip construction
  • fast and simple pole to body connection
  • external guy points for keeping tent stable in storm and high winds
  • includes carry sacks and stakes
  • multi-diameter pole for  more headroom creation
  • fire-retardant
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Wenzel Great Basin Pros & Cons:




Wenzel Great Basin Tent



  •  poor fly design
  • leaky
  • too small tent bag


What People Say about the Wenzel Great Basin Tent:

“I took my time to research other tents (within price range), and what people say about them. And finally, I’ve bought this one for my family camping trip to Main. There was 4 people and the dog. Plenty of space for everyone. We’ve placed supplies and a small dining table with benches in the middle room. And two beds in each “side” room.

INSTALLATION: It took me around 10 minutes to raise this tent from start to finish. VERY easy! And even less to disassemble it. Had no trouble at all to pack it back into it’s original carrying bag. Please note, that it was our first camping trip in decades.

WEATHER: We’ve experienced almost two days of heavy rain inside this tent. No leaks from roof, floor or anywhere. Keep in mind that all windows and door must be closed, of course. The “roof ventilation” is great. Meaning that it is a summer tent. If you’re planning a trip, and the nights are cold – it’s the same as sleeping outside. So, get REALLY warm sleeping bags.

OVERALL: Of course there are better tents, and tents a lot larger then this one. Questions for you to answer are: Do you really NEED it? And do you want to spend couple thousands of dollars instead of couple hundreds? For me it was easy to answer those questions. I’m not planning an expedition. I will MAYBE use this tent once or twice a year. It is more than roomy enough for my family. It’s quick and easy to install and uninstall everything. And the construction is very durable.

So, I would recommend this tent to anyone who wants a nice roomy tent without paying too much.” – Max

Wenzel Great Basin Family Dome Tent

“We were looking for something a step up from the tiny 4 (felt like 2) person tent that we had and came across this Wenzel. The price is certainly decent and we decided to get it and try it out. We’ve set it up a few times and taken it on one camping trip and here are our thoughts thus far.

-Huge! This thing dwarfs other tents and will surely make others jealous! We filled it with a queen size air mattress, a baby’s pack-and-play, a camp chair, a ton of gear, and still only covered half the floor space and had plenty of room to walk around. You will easily forget you are sleeping in a tent. Do not underestimate the size of this thing, it is really, really big.
-Easy to set up. Just four main poles and a very straightforward rain-fly.
-Convenient. Not too heavy and folds back into its back without too much difficulty.
-Light-rain proof. Haven’t tried it in a real storm but kept a light rain/dew off.

-Definitely requires staking on the sides. Not sure how it would hold up if you had really loose soil or sand.
-Not a cold weather tent by any means.

All in all, we were very pleased. Just two of us had no problem setting it up in <15 minutes and didn’t find any defects in stitching, quality, etc.” – G. Allen

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