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24 Person Tipi - Build to Order

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Built to Order
Pack Animal Camps
Walk Around
10-20 lbs
Occupancy With Stove:
Nest or Liner Available:
Two Person Nest
Nest or Liner Available:
Half Liner
8 weeks
8 weeks
24 man grizzly brown

Basecamps, cook tents, small concerts, emergency housing, the 24 Person Tipi provides an incredible amount of covered space at a light weight and is perfect for weight restricted bush flights or pack trains.

Handmade in Grand Junction, CO.


  • Dual zippered doors with storm flaps
  • Single peak vent
  • Stove jack with rain flap
  • 6" Sod skirt for sealing out drafts
  • Ultra robust stake loops - big enough for cut or improvised stakes, twist a time or two to tighten up on standard stakes
  • Interior hang loops for tying clothes line or hanging gear
  • External guyout loops - use to steepen walls, or pitch the shelter down in tight spots


Made in the U.S.A from the best materials sourced both domestic and globally 


  • Weight:
    • Canopy - 12 to 14 lbs
    • Complete weight - canopy, stakes, aluminum pole - 17-20 lbs
  • Dimensions:
    • Height 13'
    • Diameter 26'
    • 575 sq ft


  • Sleeps 24 without stove
  • Sleeps 12-15 with stove
  • Sleeps 8-12 standard cots with a stove
  • Need one size smaller?  See the 16 Person Tipi
  • Need one size bigger?  Build a pole barn or get a circus tent.  This thing is huge.


  • Shelter canopy
  • Stove jack with rain flap
  • Aluminum Pole - 8 sections
  • 30 stakes
  • 10 tubes of seam sealer

Pitch Instructions:

For detailed pitching instructions please read our detailed Pitch Instructions.


For detailed instructions on how to seal your Tipi, including detailed photos, read Tipi Seam Sealing Step by Step Guide

  • The 24 Person includes enough SilNet seam sealer to seal the entire tipi with a tube left over.  
  • Seal the outside seams, but do it from the inside - pitching the tipi inside out allows you to reach all of the seams.  
  • The easy way to seal is to run a thin bead of sealant along the seam, then press it in with a finger, wiping the excess on a paper towel.
  • Alternatively, you can use an acid brush from a hardware store to spread the sealant.




The most common questions we get about hot tents are:

  • How do you not burn the tent down?  
    • The stove jack is a high temp fiberglass material rated to several thousand degrees.  The tent material never touches the hot pipe.  You can get pinholes from floating embers, but a small dab of silicone seals the pinhole and doesn't hurt the shelter.
  • How does a floorless shelter work in wet weather?
    • Really darn well.  Don't pitch in a depression obviously, but the ground inside dries out quickly, and it's super convenient to just walk in with muddy shoes (or dogs) and not worry about getting your floor dirty.
  • What about condensation?
  • What about carbon monoxide?
    • It's truly not a concern.  We include a peak vent, plus the shelter will draw air through the zipper and under the sod skirt.  If you're still concerned, leave a door unzipped 8" or so at the bottom to allow more venting.





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