• Spacious 7.5 ft peak ceiling height and vertical walls. Stand-up, walk-around comfort
• Large D-shaped front door
• Hydra-Shield™ 100% cotton duck canvas. Durable, watertight, and breathable
• Sturdy frame
• 6 Large windows with no-see-um mesh
• Stainless steel, wire stake loops
• Heavy-duty, 12-inch steel rod, tent stakes
• Zippered storage bag
• 5” Stove Jack. Wood stove compatible (sold separately)
• Optional awning 8 x 8 ft. with steel frame (sold separately)
Approx. Pack Weight: 97 lbs. (Includes tent, poles, stakes, and storage bags).
Size: 12x12 ft. Tent space, optional 8x8 ft. awning sold separately.
Pack Size: Tent--Length: 32 in. Diameter 16 in., Poles--Length: 46 in. Diameter 8.5 in.
Capacity: 8-person (4-person when stove is used).
Ceiling Material: 10 oz Hydra-shield™ canvas.
Wall Material: 8.5 oz Hydra-Shield™ canvas.
Floor Material: 13.5 oz vinyl. Polyester reinforced, welded seams.
Zippers: YKK #10 coil on door, #8 coil on windows.
Frame: 1-inch, galvanized, steel tubing (main support).
All-season: Use year-round, but not designed for extreme winter mountaineering or heavy snow accumulations.
Warranty: Limited Lifetime Warranty.
• 1672 8x8 ft. Awning Accessory for Cabin Lodge
• 1577 Stove Mat 36x54 in.
34 Reviews Hide Reviews Show Reviews
The best wall tent on the planet, hands down!!!
I was able to take this out on my first 3-day hunting trip in North Dakota this last weekend. I did a pre-setup like instructed and was fairly easy to put together. One person honestly could probably do it, just be a little more painful. I ended up experiencing a wide range of temperatures on this hunt with 2 of 3 nights being in the mid to low 40 degrees at night, one day time at 97 degrees, and getting rained on the last day. The tent performed amazing, this is my first canvas tent and I did a lot of research before going with Kodiak and I have yet to see one person on any forum talk negatively about these tents and I can see why. Everything is stitched together very well and built to last. The built-in floor to the sides is very smart and making the bottom waterproof is perfect. On our campground there was another old school canvas tent with the floor liner you have to lay in and I can say that this tent definitely stood above that one for quality and look. With a stove heater in mine on the colder nights, I was easily able to keep this thing overly warm on medium heat and be in my boxers and a t-shirt and still be almost too warm. It performed perfectly with the rain and had zero issues of getting wet or water getting inside. The zippers seem high quality and really like the number of windows they added in, but also the overhang on the windows so it is weatherproof. I bought the inside floor plan, which is a must if you want to keep things clean when you pack up and it just adds a little more comfort. I do wish they made it in a 12x12 as the 10x10 left a gap at the entrance that collected dirt upon cleaning up. I also got the 8x8 front enclosure, which I did not bring on this hunt but wish I would have. The 8x8 will be perfect for getting back late at night and cooking in an area that is out of the wind and rain. It will also be extremely helpful come winter and I want to leave more items protected from the elements but not want them inside the tent. The only thing I wish I could add was eye loops around the inside wall and where the ceiling vaults. This way I could run paracord or something around and hang things up around the sides when getting back to dry out or to keep off the ground. Other than that I have absolutely zero complaints about this tent and am extremely impressed. It's plenty big for 2 guys with a heater, cots, and all their gear plus having a small table in the middle with chairs around it. You will not be disappointed with this tent and I see it lasting for a very long time with the quality of it. I also love how Kodiak Canvas offers a discount for first responders and can't say thank you enough for the support. Solid 10/10 all around on this tent. I don't think I will ever be able to go back to an old pop-up tent again for how nice this is.
I bought this tent to use for high country elk hunting trips. So far, this tent has exceeded expectations handling 60mph gust, torrential downpours and mountain snow storms. We live out of this tent for 2 months out of the year and call it our home away from home. Definitely a top-notch purchase.
This tent is very well made and is very simple to put up. Would highly recommend anyone looking for a canvas wall tent.
I have only used it once but it worked great but the storage sack needs to be bigger. My only complaint so far.
Great tent well made and easy to assemble.Thinking about purchasing a second one
I like everything about the tent except the fact that there is no place for you to stick your cords through. We don't use the stove pipe vent, but do use a Big Buddy Heater and we had no place to feed our hose through. We used our tent for the first time and we had 2 snows. Made it through one small blizzard and one regular snow and the tent held up.
I am a student pastor in Nolensville, TN. Over a year ago when it was obvious that our normal camp in PCB was canceling, I began to research what it would take to host a camp for our students in a safe and responsible way. Outdoor camping led me to solid reviews from Kodiak Canvas. We selected the 12'x12' Cabin Lodge Tent. We would have not picked a better choice. The 6" heater vent allowed us to also vent a free standing A/C unit. We set ours up with 2 Queen air mattresses, and lamp table between them. There's still plenty of room for our campers gear at the foot of the beds along with our A/C unit. The coolness of tent camping with the comfort of climate control is a win for us! We currently own 6 Lodge Tents and have 2 more on order! Two thumbs up and five stars from us!
I had originally purchased the Cabelas Alaknak tent, but with their debacle of trying to increase profit margins, they sent the tent overseas to be sewn and that screwed them up royally. I returned the Alaknak and looked for a better option. The Kodiak is the better option. I was finally able to take out the tent and use it last weekend. The setup was easy and intuitive. The tent itself is very large and comfortable. I have the CampChef Alpine woodstove that I use and one a vey cold southern Utah spring weekend, we were never uncomfortable. I also bought the large vestibule for the tent, but have not used it yet. Looking forward to the turkey hunt in a couple weeks to be able to use it again. Thanks Kodiak!