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These are not your average plastic blue tarps. Made from rugged 600 denier polyester with a PVC coated finish for a fully waterproof and super durable barrier, our Heavy-Duty Ground Tarps are sized to fit perfectly beneath the full range of Springbar Tents. Using a Heavy-Duty tarp is recommended in wet weather, long term camps, and in general to protect and extend the life of your tent’s floor. Brass corner grommets give this tarp versatility for a wide array of applications around camp or home.

Size Guide:

  • 10' x 14' (Skyliner, Family Camper, Classic Jack 140, Highline 8)
  • 10' x 10' (Traveler, Classic Jack 100, Highline 6)
  • 8' x 10' (Vagabond)
  • 7' x 9' (Outfitter)
  • 6' x 8' (Compact)


  • 600 Denier PVC Coated Polyester
  • Brass corner grommets
  • Includes carry bag
  • Imported

Customer Reviews

Based on 336 reviews
Leonard Hudgins
Great Tarps

The ground tarps are heavy duty and really nice. I purchased two. One to go under the tent and one to go inside the tent. The flooring inside the tent is very durable and doesn’t need any help, I just purchased the Second tarp to use inside the tent as a precaution.


Tarp is thick and sturdy. Just slightly larger than the bottom of the tent, which is perfect.

Heavy-Duty Ground Tarp

The 10 x 10 Ground Tarp is a great addition to our Highline 6. It adds protection to the floor of the tent and also provides a nice clean surface when folding and packing up the tent. The material is heavy duty and I expect it will last much longer than typical blue tarps from the hardware store. I appreciate the included stuff sack, which helps with packing and keeping the ground tarp tidy. 5 stars!

Christopher Rudd
A must have

The ground tarp along with carpet inside is a game changer in the springbar tent.

adam turcotte
ground tarp a must

I recently used my ground tarp for the first time I'm so glad I had it.
We went camping during our son's spring break. Much to our surprise, the tent sites were covered with goose excrement. When we broke camp and returned home I hosed the back side of the ground tarp, using a brush to assist.NOT a fun task. I was thankful that the ground tarp was in place to save the bottom of my new springliner!! Thinking of purchasing another for the interior floor of my Skyliner as I use moving blankets to line the interior floor but, they kept getting bunched up despite having my family remove their shoes before entering the tent.