Chimney Creek 6

Three season, free standing, base/car camping tents

Setup basecamp quickly and easily in the freestanding Chimney Creek tent. With room for the whole family and more, this three-season tent is made for ample headroom and living space on your next car camping adventure and beyond.
$439.96 $549.95
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Specs + Sizing

Trail Weight13lbs 6oz / 6.07kg
Packed Weight14lbs 1oz / 6.38kg
Fast Fly Weight10lbs 5oz / 4.68kg
Packed Size25" x 12" / 64 x 30cm
Floor Area85ft² / 7.9m²
Head Height71" / 180cm
Vestibule Area 23ft² / 13ft² / 2.1m² / 1.2m²
Footprint Weight1lb 4oz / 567g
Number of Seasons3
Number of Doors2


Spacious family or group tent with two large doors and two vestibules 

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

Media pockets located above the sleeping area let you route earbud cords cleanly from phones or other devices 

Attach gear lofts and other accessories with multiple interior loops

Color coded webbing and buckles make set up a snap 

Ready to pitch with pre-cut guy lines and tensioners attached to fly 

Reflective guylines and webbing on tent corners Velcro® tabs connect fly to pole structure providing perfect pitch and extra stability 

Smooth opening with easy-grip zipper pulls To extend the life of your tent floor we recommend using a Big Agnes footprint - sold separately

Construction + Materials

Fly is ripstop polyester with a 1500mm waterproof polyurethane coating 

Tent body is breathable ripstop polyester mesh 

Floor is polyester taffeta with a 1500mm waterproof polyurethane coating Stakes included: 13 7" lightweight aluminum hook stakes 

Lightweight aluminum pole system with press fit connectors 8 interior pockets and media corner on lower pocket 6" tall interior mesh corner pockets on tent floor 

Stuff sack included

Here’s what other people think.

What’s in a Name?

Although Forest Service maps since 1962 use the name Chimney Creek, most old timers refer to it as Crowner Creek. We hear it picked up the name because the deep, narrow cut caused by the creek exposed strata formations resembling red chimney brick. Now you know what to look for.