Log Flume Shelter

Tarps, sunshades, and group shelters

Create your own camping compound by docking tents and truck beds to one of four openings to create a dry hangout zone under the Log Flume Shelter. With varied opening heights on either side, there's room for different tent types, or it can work great as a large shade/weather cover for big groups. Adjustable guyout lines make it versatile enough to work for just about any group you've got.
$349.95
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Specs + Sizing

Trail Weight8lb / 3.63kg
Packed Weight9lb / 4.08kg
Packed Size27" x 12.5" x 5.5" / 69 x 32 x 14cm
Floor Area100ft² / 9.3m²
Head Height99" / 251cm
Number of Seasons3

Features

Create a camp compound by docking your tents, truck beds, or car boots to the open sides, and enjoy hanging out in the great room underneath this versatile shelter

Fits a variety of tent shapes and sizes from backpacking to car camping 

Multiple guy-out and toggle solutions allow for any size tent to dock to the sides of the great room

Center tarp pole for extra height and two hoop poles create a generous living space

Lantern hole on tarp pole for hanging lights 

Webbing frame at ground level creates additional structural stability

Ready to pitch; with pre-cut guy lines and tensioners 

Reflective guylines and reflective webbing

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

Construction + Materials

Polyester taffeta with 1500mm waterproof polyurethane coating

All seams taped with waterproof, solvent-free polyurethane tape (No PVC or VOC's)

Aluminum pole system

14 aluminum hook stakes

Backpack style carry bag included

Imported

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What’s in a Name?

A log flume was specifically constructed to transport logs down mountainous terrain to a nearby sawmill using flowing water. The use of log flumes facilitated the quick and cheap transportation of logs and thereby eliminated the need for horse or oxen-drawn carriages on dangerous mountain trails.