Big House 6

Three season, free standing, base/car camping tents

The redesigned Big House is a big deal for car campers and the perfect sized shelter for housing the whole family under one “roof”. Big enough for rainy afternoon card games under cover or for road trippin’ mountain bikers who prefer to stand up in their shelter while changing into something more comfortable. Optional Accessory Vestibule can convert these base camping tents from a simple structure to a cavernous escape from the sun or an unexpected change in weather. Shelter Mode lets you pitch it as a covered shelter without the tent body, and the backpack-style carry bag makes lugging gear from the car to the campsite more convenient than ever.
$449.95
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Specs + Sizing

Trail Weight14lb 8oz / 6.56kg
Packed Weight16lb 7oz / 7.46kg
Fast Fly Weight6lb 14oz / 3.12kg
Packed Size25.5" x 17" x 10" / 65 x 43 x 25cm
Floor Area83ft² / 7.71m²
Head Height81" / 203cm
Footprint Weight1lb 4oz / 567g
Number of Seasons3
Number of Doors2

Features

High-volume architecture provides a cavernous shelter built for the car-camping family or bike-riding buddies who want to stand up to change

The extra-large, pole-supported Accessory Vestibule is convenient for those trips when you need more space for camp chairs, bikes, dogs and all the extras - sold separately

Two large, smooth-opening doors featuring widows with two closure options: mesh only for ventilation or zip up the polyester layer for complete closure

Quick Stash door keeper on tent body door makes stowing unzipped door quick and easy

Storm flaps on door zippers

Shelter Mode set up option creates a large, open shelter ideal for providing shade on hot days

Shelter Mode set up requires fly, poles and included webbing harness. Can also be set up using the footprint that is sold separately, in place of webbing harness.

Removable corner bin pockets for stashing all sorts of sundries
Extra large welcome mat on front door for keeping dirty shoes out of your tent

Color-coded webbing and buckles for easy set up

Pole-securement points located on interior of rainfly provide perfect pitch and extra stability

Ready to pitch; with pre-cut guylines and tensioners attached to fly

Reflective guylines and reflective webbing

To extend the life of your tent floor we recommend using a Big Agnes footprint - sold separately

Construction + Materials

Fly and floor are polyester with a 1500mm waterproof polyurethane coating

Tent body is breathable polyester, coated polyester and nylon mesh

All seams taped with waterproof polyurethane tape

DAC DA17 lightweight aluminum pole set

Plastic clips and sleeves attach tent body to pole frame 

4 interior mesh pockets, 2 removable corner bin pockets, 2 media pockets & 14 lightweight aluminum hook stakes 

Multiple interior loops for attaching gear lofts, accessories and mtnGLO® Tent & Camp Lights

Tents include backpack-style carry bag with adjustable shoulder straps, webbing handles, and zip closure

Webbing harness included for use in Shelter Mode set up

Footprint - sold separately

Accessory vestibule - sold separately

Shelter Mode and Fast Fly setup available

Fits the Square, Trapezoid, large Trapezoid and Triangle gear lofts - sold separately

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What’s in a Name?

Hahns Peak was founded in 1865 during Colorado’s gold and silver rush days, and was the original county seat of Routt County. It was also home to the first school and post office in the county. The original jail, or “Big House”, was called the Bear Cage Jail for obvious reasons. Famed outlaw Butch Cassidy even spent a bit of time cooling his heels in the Bear Cage. After the glory days were over and the mines and businesses dried up, Hahns Peak became a ghost town and only the buildings remained.