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Pyramid Tents

The Pyramid Tent, also called a “Miners Tent” or a “Hunters Tent”, is extremely easy and quick to set up. There are descriptions of this tent in journals of 1846 while on the Oregon Trail. This style tent has been captured in photographs of cattle drives and then in more modern days with exterior poles next to early motor vehicles at picnic/camping trips.

 

*Scroll down to the bottom to see tent sizing, prices, and options*

 
 
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Here is what you get with a Spring Valley Lodges Pyramid Tent

Options Available

Options most often requested in our Pyramid Tents are a rear door, a ridge pole opening above the door, and a stove hole liner

  • Full sod cloth 

  • Full oval entryway reinforced 

  • Large reinforcement across the bottom of door 

  • Double 4” stepover at entryway 

  • Door has three pole pockets for stiffening 

  • Inner and outer reinforcements at the peak of tent 

  • Loops at peak of tent for exterior pole set up 

  • All corners reinforced 

  • Care sheet explaining how to care for the fabric

Note~ All PRODUCTS ARE “CANVAS ONLY”. YOU WILL NEED POLES, ROPES, AND STAKES TO SET UP YOUR TENT

Set Up & Additional Info

There are several different ways to set this tent up. You can use one pole in the center; you can cross two poles on the outside of the tent and tie them to the loops at the top; or if you are really lucky, you may find a tree limb that is just the right height and in the right location. To give more living space inside your tent, Spring Valley Lodges manufactures these tents as close to a full pyramid as possible. The higher the peak, the more living space you have (Why pay money for 10’x10’ of living space and find that you can only use a fraction of the space?). The peak of the Spring Valley Lodges Pyramid Tent has the same felled seams at the peak as in all our construction. That means even though the layers of canvas are extremely thick at that point, we still run two rows of stitches needed for strength. There is also an inner and outer reinforcement at the peak. Reinforcements, of course, are in all four corners at the base of the tent. There is a standard "Wall tent style" tent door or you can opt for the Tipi style door that has a 4” high double thickness step over at the oval entry. The door is attached over the entry and has three pole pockets for stiffening.

Please use the information below to describe the specifications of your desired product for a quote. 
Prices valid though 12/31/22

 

Interested in this product? Contact us for a quote or any questions you may have.