Canvas Truck Tent: Full-Size Truck, 6 ft. Bed

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Model 7206. Get the renowned quality of a Kodiak Canvas tent for your pickup truck. Pitch your tent anywhere your truck goes. Keep off the ground, high and dry, and away from the critters. Made with Hydra-Shield™ 100% cotton duck canvas that is durable, watertight, and breathable. Our unique, clamp-on rail design with integrated, 3/4-inch, steel tube frame provides unmatched sturdiness and allows for easy set up. It’s rated for all-season use. Features five windows with no-see-um mesh, for ventilation, light, and openness.  Has a cab access window. You can run a power cord from your cab to power your appliances. Features top of the line YKK zippers. Roomy 5 ft. interior ceiling height. Sets up with tailgate down for added space. Convenient gear pockets. Carry bag included.


Fits Full-size Trucks with bed length 5.5 to 6.8 ft. (with tail gate up)

Ford F-Series, Chevy Silverado, GMC Sierra, Dodge Ram, Toyota Tundra, Nissan Titan


  • Hydra-ShieldTM, 100% Cotton Duck Canvas. Durable, watertight and breathable.
  • Sturdy, 3/4-inch, steel tube frame.
  • Tunnel shaped design maximizes interior space. Tall 5 ft. ceiling height.
  • Tailgate down design expands useable space.
  • 5 windows provide excellent ventilation and openness.
  • Cab access window.
  • Clamp-on rails easily mount on truck bed for secure fit.
  • Large D-shaped door with top of the line YKK zippers.
  • Covered entry.
  • Two convenient gear pockets.
  • Carry Bag included.
  • All-season: Use year-round, but not designed for heavy snow accumulations.
  • Warranty: Lifetime limited warranty

Product and Safety Warnings


Truck Tent Owner's Manual New 2020 Version

California residents see Prop 65 WARNINGS


Inside Spherical View. Click and drag inside image.



  • 5
    Kodiak canvas truck tent full size

    Posted by Pam on 08-29-21

    This tent is awesome! It's high quality and fit our FORD 250 crew cab perfectly. The canvas is heavy duty like the old fashioned tents so I'm sure it will last the rest of our lifetime and the poles are heavy duty, not like the easily breakable tent poles of most tents today. Buy it, you will NOT be disappointed!

  • 4
    Truck tent

    Posted by Lonnie on 08-16-21

    I wanted to wait until I had a chance to put the tent thru it's paces to make a review. Just got back from a 30 day road trip thru South Dakota, Wyoming and Montana. Tent did great !!!! Went thru a few wicked storms and it held up great. It was so nice to be off the ground and not worried about water getting in the tent. One of the best investments I could have made. Only have one small complaint...the poles for the awnings are by far the most difficult part of the setup and teardown. No matter what I tried that would end up being, for the most part, frustrating. I wouldn't let that stop you from purchasing one of these tents tho. Great product Kodiak Canvas.

  • 5
    Truck tent

    Posted by Phillip on 08-10-21

    This tent is really easy to set up and protects you from the elements. The 5 windows provide adequate ventilation.

  • 5
    Great Purchase

    Posted by FPF on 08-04-21

    I've used this "Oregon Trail" tent, as my friends call it, for a year now at my hunt camp in NC, in a 2018 Ram 1500 with temps ranging from the low 20's to the mid 90's. I had a little fan in the summer and a Little Buddy heater in the winter. I stayed comfortable and was particularly impressed with how well it held the heat in on those cold nights. Additionally, it is incredibly durable, roomy, and easy to set up once you get familiar with the process.

  • 5
    Kodiak truck bed tent

    Posted by Jimmy on 07-29-21

    Easy to set up with one person slept threw heavy rain no leaks and high winds best tent ever great investment

  • 4
    Full size canvas truck tent

    Posted by Unknown on 07-22-21

    This tent is very well built. Easy to put up and fits a full size GMC 2500 well.

  • 4
    Another Kodiak Canvas tent!

    Posted by Michael Wall on 07-15-21

    Just purchased this tent from an individual who only used it once. My wife and I really like the tent, and are no strangers to Kodiak tents. We also own 10x10 and 8.5x6 Flex-bow tents. I pull a trailer behind my motorcycle and carry the smaller tent in it for weekend camping. We decided to get the truck tent as we like to go fishing in remote spots, and she doesn't like to have the tent on the ground and possibly having a slithering visitor in the middle of the night. With the truck tent being up off the ground so high she is much more comfortable. The one change I have made is purchasing the new style bed rail system. I really don't like the pin and socket system trying to set-up alone. I have watched videos of how much better it is and can't wait to use them in the field. I have owned MANY tents in my life, and I'll just say that I wish I had found Kodiak Canvas tents many years ago! I won't have anything else from now on. And at 60 years old probably won't need anything else. My kids should be able to enjoy them long after I'm gone!

  • 5
    Canvas Truck Tent

    Posted by Chris Wells on 07-08-21

    I recently received my Kodak tent truck. I was very excited to receive it and it did not disappoint! We did the initial set-up and have a tunnel cover. We researched and knew in advance we would need 3inch C-clamps to support the set-up. We had an issue with the C-clamps we purchased not this has nothing to do with the tent. Set-up went fairly smoothly with two people and we spray the tent with water as directed. The tent is great! High quality product and well made. A few gaps we will have to cover for bug protection but love everything about it. Look forward to taking it out on the road. Highly recommend. One note is I did send in a communication using the form on the website. I thought I had not received a response but it went to my junk mail. Wanted to pass this on in case this happens to someone else.

  • 4
    Truck bed tent

    Posted by Paul on 07-07-21

    Main issue for me was putting up the tent rails - the female inserts direct outside making it difficult to insert the rails easily - they required a fair bit of force and it wasn't an easy set up. I was concerned I would break them although they did hold up. Hopefully second time round when I actually go camping will be easier -it would be helpful if the manual could provide some tips on this issue