Bought the Kelty Green River 6 two years ago as a…
16 October 2011
Summary: Bought the Kelty Green River 6 two years ago as a base camp for elk hunting in the archery season. Both times it poured rain almost every day, but the tent stayed dry. Cooked in the vestibule with the door open (carbon monoxide) using an MSR camp stove on a small camp table on one side and a fold up chair on the other — lots of room (even had a ice chest). Had room to take off muddy boots and rain gear before entering the tent. Lots of room left over as I was by myself.
Bought this tent a few years ago. Wind is not favorable…
13 August 2011
Summary: Bought this tent a few years ago. Wind is not favorable with this tent. First strong wind ripped the rain fly cord off of the tent. Last month I set the tent up and went fishing only to return and find that the tent was completely collapsed from the wind gusts. Two rods were shattered, one pierced through the rain fly.
This tent is a well designed tent with a VERY NICE…
10 February 2010
Summary: This tent is a well designed tent with a VERY NICE vestibule. I purchased this tent just for family camping. It was a wise choice. For 3-4 people, this is a very large tent with lots of usable room you will absolutely love! When Kelty states 6 people, they mean 6 people arm to arm and no extra room for gear, so keep that in mind. For my family of 3, this was an incredible large and enjoyable tent to stay in for 7 days.
I bought this tent for as a "base camp" for hunting…
Wilson Ayala, Trailspace.com
24 June 2008
Summary: I bought this tent for as a "base camp" for hunting and for car camping. I will have a maximum of 3 people in it so it seems HUGE. I bought it due to reviews, brand name, and the vestibule. I really wanted a tent with a large vestibule to act as a mud room or storage. This tent really fits the bill. While I have not been able to test in in any sort of inclement weather, it seems to be well put together. I will seal the seams before I really start using it.