Ozark Trail WF-130984S 13×9 Large Roof Screen House Blue

The were never opened by the seller. We have only been using one since. After a pretty bad storm at the beach, a few of the poles broke…so we are moving onto the next new one and selling the first for parts.

We are looking for these pieces if anyone wants to sell. The campground received a moderate rain on the second night and the roof collected water in several places, causing the screen house to collapse. This was not a heavy rain by any means as no other shelters or tents collapsed. The weight of the water actually bent several poles on the roof and one leg. This probably could have been prevented by adding more yellow support poles to the roof.

As I’ve mentioned elsewhere in the blog, I’m getting married in Joshua Tree on August 2nd, outdoors. Shade can be a matter of survival there if you’re outside at midday. We love the size of the tent and we used it for a week with no problems. The second time we set it up one of the poles snapped and now I can’t find where I can get replacement poles. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated. I have large screen house and I love it.

I would appreciate any help I can get. This still has a lot of life left in it and I would love to be able to fix it.

It seems like I am the second person to review this product, and the second one to give it a 1 Star rating. Goes together well, but as soon as we got a little shower…. Total collapse, hubs (2) shattered and two sets of poles completely destroyed. Not sure if I should order replacement parts or not, maybe I should just consider this a waste of money, and cut my losses while I can.

This product from the list of stuff that I wish I never had bought it would in the top two. Setting up the screenhouse you need an army of people to hold the frame in place to put the screen over. Then the hooks don’t even reach the holes at the bottom of the ozark trail screen house poles. Then if you can manage to get that far, you have to run like crazy to get it tied down before if falls over. Bottom of screen doesn’t even tough the ground. We bought this screen tent about 2 years ago and just took it out of the box to put it up.

To make matters worse, sometimes I’m so ashamed of the purchase that I can’t even bring myself to return it. Find the best hiking/camping product for your next outdoor adventure using our independent reviews and ratings. Trailspace’s community of gear reviewers has field-tested and rated the top tents and shelters. My experience with Ozark Trail equipment has been to reinforce the old adage “you get what you pay for”. I highly recommend that anyone looking for a good screen house spend the additional money and get a Swiss Gear. Don’t try to save a few dollars and end up with a POS like this one.

Great product, however, like everyone else, unable to locate replacement parts. I have lost the instructions and the ozark trail canopy list of parts to the Screen House. I was wondering if anyone can email me the instructions and List of parts.

I need to replace the center hub (CTRH-02) since this broke while I was using it. Conditions of items will be either LIKE-NEW, OPEN BOX or DAMAGED. We do our best to describe the items and their condition, however, all sales are final. That’s what we get with foreign made products. An absolute waste of money and time, and cost plenty of aggravation. So far this sounds like a poor review, so let me say that, as the picture shows, the product did eventually reach a state of functionality of sorts.

The Screen House is spacious enough for six people, or more around a folding table in an uninterrupted 360-degree panoramic shelter. Wasn’t even able to get the tent set up in a mild wind before one of the corner plastic parts broke. I purchased my tent a couple of years ago, but time passed and just got it out to put it up.