The Canvas Cabin
This Canvas Cabin’s 10' x 12' design ( 120 square feet ) is well suited for the camp. Its roominess is not to be estimated by the ground dimensions alone. Having a steep canopy tarp with translucent canvas walls makes the tent feel much larger than its ground dimensions.
The Canvas Cabin lends itself well for personal use or for a starter camp looking to expand by creating a "cluster" of tents.
The wall and roof canvas, having a translucent nature, adds to the sensation of the outdoors while being inside. With the glow coming from the burning lamps, the tent will certainly illuminate the pitch-dark woods.
The Canvas Cabins extra heavy-duty vinyl coated canopy tarp at a 45-degree slope quickly sheds the weather and protects the canvas ceiling seen from inside the tent.
For Two to Five Tent Cabins Receive a 5% Discount.
PRICE: 10' x 12' CANVAS CABIN $ 7,800.00 Pick Up: U-Haul /
(prices are subject to change)
50% Deposit required, remaining amount upon invoice.
General Specifications include:
Blue-print and material list for building the base platform and deck platform. Platforms (not included).
- Nominal 2x4 and 2x6 pre-cut tent cabin kit with a 45-degree canopy slope and five-foot sidewalls. Lumber of spruce, pine, or fir. With fasteners and rough openings provided for door and window. Door and window not included.
- Nominal 1" x 12" all ready-cut knee wall boards and 1" x 2" batten strips.
- Canvas ceiling and wall panels: 10.10oz. 100% cotton army duck multi-purpose fire retardant and water repellent canvas. The Sunforger finish adds an extra layer of protection from moisture and mildew.
- Extra heavy-duty tan 18 oz. vinyl coated canopy tarp.
- Platform drawings with our standard deck, and assembly drawings included.
General Information: For the "Canvas Cabin" I recommend that the buyer brings to the assembly, a skilled carpenter or two assuming the buyer has no carpentry skills.
Basic tools required are a tape measure, cordless drills, clamps, level, stapler and saw. Because my tent cabins are merely canvas stretched over wood, they are not engineered and cannot be snow load or wind rated. However, here in Northeast Wisconsin, I have been able to enjoy my tent cabins all four seasons.