Wenzel camping tents offer a variety of designs at an economical price. They have long been popular with campers and retailers.
Wenzel offers a collection of waterrepellent tent features referred to as the Weather Armor System:
Partial rainflies protect the ceiling mesh of Wenzel tents in rain and provide ventilation in warm weather.
1000 Denier polyethylene tarp floors offer protection from ground moisture and economy.
Campetent rates Wenzel camping tents to perform in moderate wind and rain.
A 10-year limited warranty offers to repair or replace any equipment that the manufacturer deems faulty.
Wenzel is a subsidiary of American Recreation Products, which also owns Sierra Designs, Kelty and Mountain Trails, makers of camping tents and other outdoor gear.
The Wenzel Klondike Tent is a large 11' wide by 9' deep cabin tent with an attached 9' wide x 7' deep, front screen room.
The Wenzel Kodiak Tent is an x-large 14' by 12' deep family frame tent. A divider partitions the tent into 2 rooms. The ceiling peak is over 7' high.
Family Dome Tents
The Wenzel Big Bear Tent is an x-large, tunnel-dome tent, with dimensions of 14' wide by 9' deep. An easily retractable rainfly increases ventilation through the ceiling mesh.
The Wenzel Great Basin Tent is an oversize, family-dome tent, with dimensions of 18' wide by 10' deep. A 6'4" peak ceiling height allows most tall campers to stand inside the tent.
The Wenzel Pine Ridge Tent is a medium-size, 2-pole dome tent. The tent features 10' wide by 8' deep dimensions and offers a divider curtain and side-by-side front doors to create 2 separate chambers.
Irregular Shaped Tents
The Wenzel Wolf Creek Tent is an oversize, 5-sided, penta-dome tent with attached screenroom. At 13' wide by 17' deep, the tent offers 150 square feet of floorspace.
The Wenzel Big Bend Tent is a 2-room, penta-dome tent. At 12' wide by 10' deep, it is suitable for a couple of campers.