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Marquee Tents

Spring Valley Lodges Marquees have more strengthening detail and more reinforcement than any other on the market today. They come in three styles. The “Hip Style” has the roof angled side-to-side and front-to-back. The “Brit Style” has the roof angled side-to-side, but is flat on the front and back. It has a roof similar to a Wall Tent. The “Oval Style” sets up in the shape of an oval. We also build a single-pole Marquee. This Marquee is set up with one upright pole.


The roof has a full ridge reinforcement. Both ends of the ridge have large circular reinforcements and heavy webbing pull tabs to make insertion of the pins on the ridge easier, while double ties secure the ridge pole. The angular slope of the roof has webbing sewn into the seams to eliminate stretch that occurs when the fabric is cut at an angle. The edge of the roof has an inner weather flap and an outer flap. The standard outer flap edge is rolled and stitched. For an extra charge, this could be finished in the color of your choice. (Straight is standard, scalloped cut is optional at an extra charge.) Rings are set between the weather flap and the outer flap to give uniformity and flexibility, allowing you to place the opening in any location you would like.

Side Walls

All of the side wall seams run up and down and match the seams of the roof. The top of the walls have 2” seat belt webbing sewn between layers of fabric for strengthening and to eliminate sag at the top. Clips are placed at the top of the walls giving optimum movement for door placement. Double tie tapes are placed half way each wall panel allowing the option of having a half wall if you want. These double ties also help in the stability of the tent in high winds and add a visual aid for setting the walls square. The base of the walls have a non-split sod cloth. The outside of the walls have poly stake loops. This allows you extra staking power when you see that bad weather coming. Four extra long panels are added to give you about a 40” overlap at each corner for better security and a much better weather seal. All end panels and overlap panels tie to the corner poles in three locations. The overlap panels are designed to wrap inside or outside of the tent. All the walls can be set up as full walls, half walls, detached walls or utilized as an awning.


Ridge grommets are set in four layers of fabric. Roof grommets are set at seams and are in five layers of fabric. The sod cloth also has grommets that are set in three layers of fabric. (All grommets also have two layers of 18 oz. vinyl that is sewn into the fabric so that it does not show.)

Privacy Curtain

Privacy curtains are available and are designed to run from side wall-to-side wall on the inside of the Marquee. There is flexibility of placing the privacy curtain at any pole location in the tent.


Since we keep cut sheets on all our Marquees, you can order an awning to complement your Marquee.

Here is what you get with the Spring Valley Lodges Marquee:

  • Full inside weather flap Full outside scalloped or square-cut edge
  • Full ridge reinforcement
  • Double ties at ridge reinforcement to secure ridge pole
  • Security ties on all four corners of square cut edging
  • Ridge grommets set in four layers of canvas and two layers of 18 oz. reinforced vinyl
  • Roof grommets set at each seam in five layers of canvas and two layers of 18 oz. reinforced vinyl
  • Top of walls reinforced with 2” seat belt webbing sewn into canvas
  • Clips at top of wall Approximately 40” of overlap at each corner
  • Full sod cloth double-rolled at bottom with grommets set in three layers of canvas and two layers of 18 oz.
  • Nylon reinforced vinyl
  • Outside poly stake loops corresponding to inside grommets 
  • Double ties centered at each pole location on walls
  • Webbing sewn into seams on hip end for strength
  • Overlap at corners can be tied either inside or outside of tent
  • Walls designed to have flexibility to put entryway at any location you desire
  • Step-by-step written instructions with numbers of poles, stakes, and ropes needed
  • Care sheet explaining how to care for the fabric