Mint Saloon

Tarps, Sunshades, and Group Shelters

This unique, yurt-style tent provides the perfect establishment for festivals, car camping, or base camps. It stands out from the crowd and is easily recognizable as the place to be. Relax with plenty of room in this single-wall shelter, offering peaked vents and large side-wall windows that allow for good airflow and ventilation. Lounge easy as you gaze out the large back window or through the expansive vestibule that can be staked out for shade, or zipped shut for full protection from the elements. 
$374.96 $499.95
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Specs + Sizing

Trail Weight11lb 8oz / 5.22kg
Packed Weight12lb 9oz / 5.78kg
Packed Size6" x 11" x 29.5" / 15 x 28 x 75cm
Floor Area102 sq ft / 9.5 m²
Vestibule Area 31 sq ft / 2.9 m²
Footprint Weight1lb 11oz / 765g
Number of Seasons3
Number of Doors1
Intended UseCar / Base Camping


Unique yurt-style tent great for festivals, car camping or base camps

Single-wall tent with integrated fly and oversized vestibule

Oversized front vestibule door can be staked out as a shade or zipped shut for full protection

Large back window with zippered closure

Peak vents and large sidewall windows allow for airflow and ventilation 

Four fly vents 

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

Reflective guylines and reflective webbing

Multiple interior loops for attaching accessories

Construction + Materials

Tent body is polyester and polyester mesh

Tent body has a 1500mm waterproof polyurethane coating

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

Aluminum pole system

15 lightweight aluminum hook stakes 

Gear loft loops included

Briefcase style carry bag with shoulder straps and organizational pockets

Accessory Mesh Door - sold separately

Footprint - sold separately


Here’s what other people think.

What’s in a Name?

The Mint Saloon, owned by J.F. “Shorty” Anderson, was notorious for having a “rooming house” built on the rear of the saloon. This rooming house was run by another infamous lady by the name of Hazel McGuire during the early 1900’s in the Red Light District of Steamboat Springs.