CORE 6-person Instant Cabin Tent Review

The CORE 6-Person Instant Cabin Tent is made to keep you and your friends or family comfortable while taking a more extended trip. It does that by being super quick to set up and super comfy whether you’re sitting, sleeping, or walking around. The cabin style and CORE H20 Block Technology make sure you’re comfortable in every way at all times.


  • CORE H20 Block Technology
  • Gear loft & lantern hook as well as wall organizer
  • Electrical cord access port
  • Includes rainfly
  • Moderate weight
  • 11’ x 9’ footprint
  • Pre-attached poles for 60 second setup
  • Space for 6 people comfortably
  • Sealed seams and rain-resistant door/window seals

What Good about CORE 6-Person Instant Cabin Tent

If you’re looking for a tent that’s going to keep you completely dry no matter what’s going on around you, then this is it. You get specially made, water repellent fabrics that ensure the water beads up and roll right off quickly and easily. Not only that, but the seams are all entirely sealed, and all seals, including the doors and windows, are entirely rain-resistant.

If you’re concerned about getting a little too warm through the night, you’ll be glad for the mesh windows and ceiling part of the advanced venting system.

CORE 6-person instant cabin tent floor features an adjustable air intake vent that helps you get more cool air from the ground and release it through the mesh ceiling and windows. That way, you get plenty of snaps all the way through. It will ensure you feel great, and any breeze that does come through will be felt in the tent.

As far as extras are concerned, this tent gives you plenty of space for all of your stuff because it has a gear loft, lantern hook, and wall organizer pouch that will help you keep track of absolutely everything you need or want for the weekend (or longer) that you’re going to be out on your trip.

With the 11’ x 9’ footprint, you also get plenty of privacy from the panels on the doors and windows and plenty of room for everyone that comes along with you for the ride.

Getting your tent up quickly is also going to be an essential aspect, and with this tent, you’re not going to have a problem with that because it goes up within 60 seconds because of the attached poles. All you have to do is unpack it and extend the poles, and you’re going to be ready for absolutely anything, which is a benefit.

What Bad CORE 6-Person Instant Cabin Tent

Some reviewers have found that this tent can be a little difficult to pack back into the case, but for most people getting it put up and torn down, even as a single person, is quite simple. The only problem seems to be that some do not notice the zipper at the bottom of the case, which can expand it slightly and make the packing process much more manageable.

Some have also found that the door zipper can get caught on the flaps that keep rain and other moisture. The best thing is to use both hands to hold the flaps out of the way and zip up the door simultaneously. This way, it’s much easier to ensure that the zipper doesn’t get stuck and that the flaps are pulled firmly over to keep out the rain and make sure you don’t have any leaks.


Overall, this tent seems to be a good choice for most people. It has many great features, including ample space for up to 6 people. You also get plenty of protection from rain and a unit that is very easy to put up quickly, even when you’re doing it by yourself. It’s also important to note all the extras like the gear rack and organizer plus all the height.

The only drawbacks seem to be relatively simple to fix, and with attention to the process, you can quickly enough make sure that you have everything you need to get around them.

core 6-person instant cabin tent


One comparison for the Core 6-person instant cabin tent is the Coleman Instant Cabin Tent which has a similar footprint at 10’ x 9’ on the inside. This tent is extremely easy to put together and goes up in less than one minute. It’s also designed with WeatherTec welded floors and inverted seams.

On the other side, it is slightly smaller and comes in at a higher price tag, not to mention you don’t get a rainfly in the standard kit and need to upgrade to even more expensive to get that critical piece that comes with the CORE.

Coming in slightly smaller is the Semoo Waterproof 4-5 Person Tent, which features 2 doors and an over 5’9” height, allowing you to stand easily. It’s sized at about 8’ x 8’, which allows for a decent amount of people, and has 2 doors, which are a benefit. The downside is it’s a decent amount smaller than the CORE, and it’s more expensive at the same time.

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