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Originally produced in 1969, the Leisure Port was prized by boaters camping on the wind swept beaches of Lake Powell due to its resilience in high winds and its generous shade in hot weather. With a wide range of applications and set-up variations ranging from sun shade, to screen house, to storm shelter, the Leisure Port is ideal in the mountains, beach, or backyard.


  • 10’ x 14’ Footprint, 6 ½ Feet Interior Height.
  • 100% Cotton Duck Canvas (8.5oz Walls, 10oz Roof). Treated for Water Resistance & Anti-Mold
  • Removable Heavy-Duty Vinyl Floor
  • Galvanized Steel Pole Set with Solid Steel Zinc Plated Spring Rods
  • Includes 2 Mesh Zip-In Panels and 2 Canvas Zip-In Panels. Additional panels sold separately 
  • Weight: 62lbs.
  • Packed Dimensions: 4 x 1 x 1 Feet.
  • Leisure Port Cotton Canvas Includes: 1 Cotton Canvas Leisure Port body w/ carry bag and removable floor, 1 steel pole set, 2 canvas zip-in panels, 2 mesh zip-in panels, 2 tension straps, 6 nail stakes.
  • Satisfaction Guarantee. Love your tent or we’ll make it right. Learn more 
  • Durable Import Series. Design in SLC, Utah. Cut & Sewn in China. Learn More

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Customer Reviews

Based on 23 reviews
Don Reedy
Love it !!

We bought this as a shade / bug structure . We absolutely love it , it stands good to wings and looks amazing. We like the floor comes out. It doesn’t go all the way to ground , especially screen sides but the company helped us with a solution to this as we will make a skirt for say for the bottom of super Buggy out. Customer service is the best I have ever had from Any company hands down . Thank you Springbar and we are life customers now …..

Brittany Marks
Making a patio that continues the geometric design

I love my portico tent! I use it at the farmer's market and as an outside gazebo on my property. I am currently designing a stone patio around it using the beautiful shape of the portico. Unfortunately the insects pool on the ceiling. Any suggestions to safely repell flying insects? Also, I mistreated a tent in the past storing it over winter with some moisture that resulted in mildew damage ( I never scored high on school reports in the behavior section: follows directions) it was my fault and I realized my mistake. I treated the mildew repeatedly, but never was able to repair it. After 6 years of use I finally scrapped it, gave up fighting mildew and used it as a pig shed roof and now the parts make up my bunny shelter on my farm. I rarely purchase brand new items, but not many people give up a tent this nice. I will always add to my collection of Springbar if I have tenting needs. Thanks for keeping part of manufacturing in the USA. "Local" was what originally interested me in the company . Was this tent manufactured in the USA prior to issues with supply/demand in 2020? I never give online reviews/ feedback, but you asked and I like you, Springbar.

Marcus D
Totally rad

Pretty sweet shade structure, excited to put it to the test. Now if only I can get the extra zip in triangles it’ll be complete

Kirk R Gates


Lynnell Mickelsen
This is the best, most versatile piece of camping equipment I've ever owned.

This thing is a game-changer. We purchased the optional side panels and so our Leisure port can be open on up to four sides, screened on four sides, or fully enclosed. We're retired and just came back from spending the month of February camping in southern Arizona. During the day, the temperatures were in the 60s, but it's the desert, so as soon as the sun set, it could quickly get as low as 15 degrees. We had the 10 by 14 Classic Jack with a wood stove--which was our living/sleeping area. And the Leisure Port was our dining/eating area where between the propane stove, lantern and Mr. Buddy heater, we always had a warm, well-lit place to hang out. We can now camp in those shoulder season months and be so comfortable. Together, it was like hauling a portable two-room cabin with us. We had so much sheltered space!

Last summer, when it was hot, the Leisure Port gave us a cool shelter, open to the breeze! And we have the screen option to reduce the flies when we need it. It kept us dry in the rain too.

When the winds got super gusty (up to 40 mph) we added a few guy lines and it stayed steady.

People in smaller trailers and RVS started coming by to check it out. A sheltered dining space that rolls into a bag is such a cool thing.

I definitely recommend getting the extra panels so you can fully enclose it.