Coleman Hooligan 4-Person Tent

US $82.05

Availability: In Stock

UPC: 076501021769

Brand Name: Coleman

Product Model: 2000012432

Product Category: Tents

Your entire hiking group will sleep protected from the weather inside a Coleman Hooligan 4-Person Tent with full rainfly. The lightweight, two-pole design makes this ten easy to carry and quick to set up. The three-season tent is designed for most conditions — mild to harsh — backpackers are sure to encounter. A fully covered vestibule helps keep the inside of the tent clean by allowing for dry entry and blocking the wind around the door. When the weather is warm, take the rainfly off to enjoy the incredible ventilation from the mesh inner tent. Insta-Clip pole attachments stand up to high wind, and the WeatherTec System's patented welded floors and inverted protected seams help ensure you stay dry. The snag-free, continuous pole sleeves mean you only have to feed the poles once, reducing setup time to just 10 minutes.
WeatherTec System's patented welded floors and inverted seams help keep water out
Spacious interior, room to move
Dome design for quick 10-minute setup
Snag-free, continuous pole sleeves for easy setup
Fully covered vestibule for dry entry and added wind protection near the door
Full rainfly for protection from the cold, sun, wind and rain
Full-mesh inner tent for incredible ventilation
Large windows help cool the tent
Storage pockets keep gear organized
Insta-Clip pole attachments stand up to winds
9' x 7' footprint
4'10" center height
1-year limited warranty
  • Tent Type: Dome Tents
  • Primary Color: White
  • Model No.: 2000001591
  • Shipping Weight (in pounds): 12.61
  • Product in Inches (L x W x H): 108.0 x 84.0 x 58.0
  • Assembled in Country of Origin: Imported
  • Origin of Components: Imported
  • Walmart No.: 552252551

on the front door of the tent is there a solid flap that can be close to seal the door?


Answer : No, just mesh, but the rainfly will give you privacy. Again, it is NOT a two part door (mesh and solid) as the older family tents had from Coleman.


Answer : The core is sealed, but the rain cover do not provide a sealing.


Answer : there are two doors, the solid door to the vestibule, and a mesh door to the interior. the vestibule does not have a floor and is open to the ground



Can I fit two twin air mattresses in this tent?


Answer : Well it's 9x7 so measure your inflated mattresses. My guess is yes, but NO extra floor space.


Answer : try to measure them, if yuo've got 9x7 then yes, you can.


Answer : Yes no problem.



What is the packed size of this tent?

While the overall size of this tent is important, we are motorcycle campers and I need to know the packed size, or shipping size, of this item.


Answer : 10" around and 26" long rolled into in my new stuff sack, barely small enough to fit on a bike unless you stuffed the tent loose into a compression stuff sack from Granite Gear (highly recommended) and then it would work fine. CSS's work really well for tents and sleeping bags. I can get my down bag compressed down to the size of an NFL football using one.


Answer : 3' x 1' x 1' aproximately



great tent, stuffy.

Great tent, but havent had any rain or real wind yet. Wish there was an easier way to get air inside without completely removing the fly. The sleeves for the tent poles are a pain but set up was easy for the most part. Perfect size for two adults and a grade school age child and gear.


Love It!!!

I have a Hooligan 2, a Hooligan 3 and now a Hooligan 4. My only regret is that they don't make a Hooligan 5. I love that there is a large vestibule on all these tents and that the bathtub bottom does not leak, ever!!! I set mine up in a monsoon here in Michigan one night and it shook and blew but never leaked or collapsed in the wind. I could not be happier with this Hooligan line of Coleman tents. We hiked the Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore with two of the Hooligan 3 tents and 4 guys. They stood up to the rain, wind and kept us warm and dry.


This is great roomy tent for a small family

I read a lot of reviews before I ordered this tent. We had one experience so far. It was 2 nights camping on Paulina lake, OR on Memorial Day weekend. I know some people in their reviews are concerned about overheating in tent, my suggestion is: set up the tent properly, make sure that tehsion is good and ventilation window is open. If its really hot day and you're not expecting a rain soming in, then roll up the vestibul and got the tempreture inside equal to outside.\nMy suggestions: get ready for a little tricky set up and pucking in, take with you a tarp with you, so you can use it like a floor in vestibul.


Great tent!

This tent is easy to set up, is of great quality, and has a nice vestibule for storing items. Roomy inside and comes with plenty of stakes. We took this tent to camp in Yellowstone and had a few days of rain, and the inside of the tent and inside the vestibule were completely dry. I would highly recommend this tent. Great quality for the price! Much nicer than an REI tent that I paid triple the amount for. Buy this tent and you won't be disappointed!


Good tent for the cost

The reason I purchased this tent is the full coverage fly. After spending a very rainy weekend in it, we stayed perfectly dry. The main body goes up pretty quickly. The fly takes a bit longer to install and adjust properly. With practice I think I could do it faster. The vestibule is large and our shoes stayed dry under it. The vestibule door is smaller than it looks on the picture which means you have to crawl out of the vestibule before you can stand up. I would like to see stronger stakes, they bend rather easy in hard ground. Good for car camping, too heavy for backpacking.


Great for the price.

Purchased 4 a few months ago for Boy Scout group. Tested them and found them to be perfect for our use, low cost, well designed and tough enough to standup for use for several years with reasonable care.


A great 3-4 person 3-season tent

The Hooligan appears to be a well-made Coleman product, exactly what we're used to from them. It is attractive and well-sized for a "four-man". The rainfly is more red than orange. The bathtub floor in particular is quite durable in hand, and its no-seam welded construction will surely help waterproofness. Of course always use a sufficiently sized ground cloth, turned down and under the tent to keep water from getting between the groundcloth and tent floor.\n\nThe shock-corded poles are the usual sturdy steel, and appear to be the same exact construction as my fifteen year old Coleman Montana, our full-sized family tent. No problems there. Virtually the only problem with setup is the poles getting stuck within the sleeves, but this is universal and no big deal. You just work them through. One complaint I have is that you will never be able to get the tent back in the extra small square bag it comes in, not unless you're an expert packer with a lot of time on your hands. I have already bought a new full-sized stuff-sack for the tent and this will be a lot easier. Had to cut the setup instructions out of the old bag but so be it.\n\nI thought the entrance was on the end of the tent but it is on te side facing the vestibule, so my queen sized mattress for two sleepers will probably only fit sideways but haven't tested that yet. Much more floor space for sleeping if you used backpacking pads. You could probably fit two adults and two kids but it would be tight. Ideal for two people, or three even. I like the roomy vestibule, though it does have a low entrance, but big enough for a couple backpacks and footwear. Not really big enough to put two chairs in to play cards in the rain and such. Adequate, though.\n\nThe design of the one up high window/vent looks okay, but I do worry about ventilation, and I would think pitching the rainfly fully staked out will aid ventilation, as many have complained about lack of air with the rainfly fully on. There are a lot of guy-lines to set it up properly which is kind of unusual, but hey it's a budget tent. The quality is still very good at this price point, and blows away tents like the Ozark Trail stuff. The tent itself is just mesh, and the rainfly is seam-taped, but I will be seam-sealing the threads on the outside of the rainfly for some extra waterproofing. Can't hurt, and if it shows a bit from overdrip so be it.\n\nThey really should have sewn in a web loop in the top of the tent for a light holder, and that is an oversight. I have already attached an x-large safety pin through an unexposed portion of the top webbing to attach my tent light to, and that should work fine. You can do this without penetrating anything critical. Overall this will be a nice 3-season tent. Just get some upgraded stakes (8 at least) and roll out for some outdoor adventure. The price makes any small shortcomings non-problematic. At any price under $120, this is a nice tent.


Spent a week at a scout this tent was great. I bought the same tent for my son and he had no complaints. Set up is easy even with the added stakes. At night the tent was able to breath and cool you off. During the day it was warm inside, but how often are you in your tent during the day? Great value for the money. Another scout leader has a tent with a similar design and paid 4 times as much and the only difference is the pole are aluminum. Overall very satisfied.


Super buy Great quality

Saved $82.00 buying from Walmart rather then Coleman. Great tent great price. little Heavy for backpacking we put ours in a stuff sack made it a lot easer to pack. We have 2 adults and 3 kids ( 15, 13, 11) and a small dog all fit very well. Tight rainfly is nice, the extra space in front kept the tent clean, because we could remove our shoes. YES would recommend to family & friends & strangers also.


Exceeded my expectations

I received my tent one day quicker than expected. We went camping that weekend, and it rained on and off for two days. The tent kept us perfectly dry. The built in porch gave us plenty of room to store our gear and keep it dry, without having to have it in the tent. Saturday in a storm with 40 mile an hour winds blew through and the tent held up with no issues. I would highly recommend it.


Great tent for beginners

This is an excellent tent. It is more than capable of keeping the rain out, but it also allows a flow of air when all vents are open. The value of this tent is very high given the cost. The buyer should beware, however, that the tent accumulates moisture on the inside of the rain fly, and that this product is probably best used in a low humidity climate.


Great tent in foul weather. Didn't leak at all during a huge thunderstorm while the 4 tents belonging to my friends all leaked to some extent. Major downside... absolutely no ventilation. The giant rainfly keeps all the water out, but also acts to keep all the heat in turning it into a sauna, far more then any other tent ive owned before. There are no windows for ventilation or breezes and removing the rainfly is a pain because it is so big. Setup an be done with one person but staking down all 20+ stakes required for the rainfly is a pain and about doubles the ground space required for the tent. I would recommend only if you will be using it in moderate to cooler temperatures or shaded areas where you are expecting large rainfall.


Save your money !!!

Have been camping for 20+ years. Perhaps I was spoiled with previous version of tents. Its important to have a tent be easy to setup and take down. Also to keep the weather out. This is none of the above. Bought this tent thinking it was like a previous version called the Deluxe Outdoorsman. Needless to say, 1 camping event and it was returned. Poor design, difficult to setup. Now on to search for something better.


Not bad but not great either

The tent itself went up pretty easy, until we went to stake it down. The number of stakes in box was short by two and unless going into strictly soil they bend rather easy. So buying better stakes is a must either way. Also the guyline tentioners on the rainfly aren't worth the plastic they are made of, they slip constantly. Replacing those with better ones as well. Once we got it set it was not bad and ventilated well.


great tent for rain

Pro's:\n- great in the rain\n- I can stand up in it\n- fits queen size mattress and could probably fit 2 of them\n-vestibule great for keeping gear out of the rain\n-nice top air vent\n-easy to put up and take down\n-great for spring and fall weather\nCon's\n- very stuffy in hot weather!\n-rain fly is either all on or completely off (see comment above)\nOverall\n-I am very satisfied with the tent. I might have to buy a portable fan for rainy summer weather.


This tent is...

This tent worked great for its first time out. It was easy to set up, (we got it up in about 10 minutes) and had plenty of space for my wife, our large dog, and me. We did get a compliment on how different this tent looked.\nIt didn't rain during our trip so I cannot review its weather resistance.\nOn the other hand, it is a major pain to put away. The bag that it is packed in is too small unless you have He-man strength and a smooth surface free of rocks, leaves, or other debris on which to roll it. Also, some may think that this is a plus, it took up about 60% of the camp site. The foot print is a bit big, but as I stated before I believe this is personal preference.\nAll in all I would recommend this to friends and family for their camping needs.


Amazing tent especially for the price!

Works great. First day using it was raining while setting it up and throughout the rest of the night. Slept dry and comfortable. Love it!!!


Very pleased!

Just camped in it. Easy set up. Easy takedown. Lots of room. Love the vestibule.


Best in its price category

This tent is a real deal. We have used it in Alaska during our (windy and rainy) vacation and it served in every aspect. It is little bit heavier than you expect and also needs two persons to build it as fast as advertised. 1 person would take longer time.


Right on time!

We are very happy with this purchase. It's the perfect size, easy to set up and take down.


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