How to Set up Ozark Trail Tent

Last Updated on August 29, 2022

Got an Ozark trail tent? Don’t know how to set up this tent? No worries. Let me help you. It’s not a big deal for you. The Ozark trail tent has a good reputation for its easy setup facility. Does not matter whether you are experienced or a newbie. You can do this easily by following some simple steps.

In this article, I am skate going to mention the detailed procedure for you following which you can set up an Ozark trail tent by yourself.

How to Set up Ozark Trail Tent

Selecting the Camping Spot

You should get started by selecting a spot for your tent. This is one of the most important steps. You have to select your tent spot very carefully. You will be sleeping in your selected spot. So, make sure that your selected spot has a flat surface and it is free from stones, rocks and any other kind of obstacles.

Without it, it is recommended to select a tent place that is not under a tree or its branches. Dewdrops will fall at late night and this will produce a sound that is a bit annoying for me. Don’t forget about your safety. Your camping spot should be safe from wild animals.

Unpacking the Tent

Once you are done with selecting a spot, your next step should be unpacking your tent. So, simply unpack your tent by taking out all of its parts in a place. Then, take out the tent and roll it. You have to roll the tent in the direction you wish to set up your tent.

Staking the Tent

Now, after unpacking the tent, it’s time to stake your tent. For this, you have to put the stakes in the ground at first. Check all the stakes whether they are okay or not. You have to make sure that all of the stakes are in line with the tent seam. After that, you have to thread these stakes through your tent sleeve.

Connecting the Poles

Your next task should be connecting your poles with the tent. You will find the poles are coded using colors. So, make sure that you are connecting the right poles. If you find difficulties while connecting and inserting poles, then you are recommended to go through the instruction manual that comes along with your tent. You will find each and every detail there. You can also read my tent pole fixing guide.

Putting the Rainfly Over the Tent

Once you are done with staking the tents into the ground and connecting poles, now you will find your tent has already got its shape. You are almost done. A single step to follow. Now, you should work on protecting your tent from getting wet. For this, you have to put a rainfly on the top of your tent. You are supposed to find a rainfly with your tent.

However, if your Ozark tent does not include a rainfly, then you have to purchase it separately. This rainfly will work on protecting you from the rain.

Frequently Asked Questions

How much time do I have to spend setting up my Ozark trail tents?

It depends on you actually. You can set up your tents within a few moments or it can take a long time. What I can tell you, You will be able to set up your tents within a few minutes if you are n experienced. On the other hand, Setting up your tents can demand spending more time if this is your first time.

Is Ozark tent waterproof?

The Ozark tent is not waterproof completely. Don’t mix up the properties between waterproof and water-resistant. While making a purchase, you should confirm whether your tent is waterproof or not. You can make your tent waterproof though.

How long the Ozark trail tent will last?

Well, the Ozark trail tents are designed to be with you for a long time. You have to take care of your tent. If you follow proper maintenance, then your tent will stay for a long time. The life span depends on extreme weather conditions though. Whatsoever, if you go through proper maintenance, then you don’t have to worry about your tent’s life span.

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Author: Euell Gibbons

Outdoorsman and proponent of natural diets. He loves camping, hiking and exploring the great outdoors. Camping is a way of life for him - as soon as he can get away from work, he's out there!

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