Customer Reviews

Wilderness Tent was awesome during our elk hunt.  Great stove, Wilderness 5 kept us warm all night and we were able to dry out clothes when we were sleeping.  Thanks for all your help.  Peter
Your tent worked perfectly.  We had high winds, snow, rain.  Tent and stove are fantastic.  Mathew
Sure like the Wilderness Wall Tents.  The frame was easy to make with your cut list.  Sure beats cutting lodgepole to make an A-frame. Tim
Thanks for recommending we purchase a  fly.  The snow and rain slid right off the fly just like you said it would.  Randy
I bought the 8' extended fly.  Made a great awning and we kept some of our gear stored there.  Maybe next year I will buy the porch!  Bruce

Customer Testimonials

Hey Rich, just want to tell you I got my wilderness stove today.  I really appreciate you working with me.  Thank you guys very much.  Charley

Thank you very much for your wonderful service.  Chris

My friends and a cousin bought tents from you.  Great tents.  I want one. Lane

A friend of mine bought a wilderness tent that we hunted in.  I liked the tent so much I am selling my camper. I want a 14 x16 just like my friends.  Bill

My cousin bought a 12 x14 wilderness tent last month that I like allot.  I want the same set up. Simon

Horse Packing Wall Tents

WALL TENTS.   Nylon tents are fine during summer.  However, during the fall, winter and spring  WALL TENT  and a tent stove are a must to dry out your gear and to keep you dry and warm.  Personally, I only use fire treated tents to reduce the possibility my tent and equipment won’t burn when I’m on a hunting trip.
Packing a Wall Tent Frame Insure wall tent frame pieces are approximately the same length in two bags. Tie bungee cords tightly around the frame pieces on each side to insure the frame pieces don’t slide back and forth and change the pack load balance or make noise.  I secure the frame bags on top of both of my hard pannier inserts.
WALL TENT.  I recommend you do not roll your tent up when packing on horses.  A lot of beginners roll up their  wall tents  and try to make it a top pack load.  A round tent can easily fall to one side and cause a wreck.  I fold my tent into a rectangle, put it in a rectangle tent bag and drape it over the pack saddle extending about 18-24 inches on each side. I  then put a lash cinch around the tent to secure it..  No chance of the wall tent causing a problem during a long pack.