Kwik Kamp is the originator of the internal wall tent frame. We designed, built and marketed the very first internal wall tent frame out of pure need back in 1988. As a family of hunters (who have enjoyed camping in wall tents for generations), we decided there simply had to be a better way to set them up. Out of that need, came our very first frame. We have been the leader in the industry ever since!
The Kwik Kamp Pro Packer Frame combines exceptional workmanship, innovative design, and the highest quality American Made materials to offer the absolute finest wall tent frame available. No clips, bolts, or pins to hassle with. Our slip fit system with removable fittings was designed to be set up by just one person. All fittings are heavily reinforced with steel braces to make this frame strong and durable without having an inconvenient center pole to walk around.
We build the entire Pro Packer Frame (fittings and poles) out of 1 3/8" galvanized steel tubing. This material was chosen for its incredible strength without extra added weight and bulk.
Our frames are special in that we utilize a smooth finish custom reduction swage on all of our poles. This provides a tight, smooth fit, rather than a rough loose fit provided by other manufacturers. The angle fittings come apart from the straight sections of tube to make it more convenient and compact. This frame comes with a bag for the fittings and compression straps for the poles.
We have thousands of these units in use today by Ouftitters as well as individual campers. Our frame systems are by far the best way to set up a wall tent and are far more superior than the old traditional ridge pole and rope system or external frame.
Don't be fooled by imitation frames, Kwik Kamp is the one and only original freestanding internal wall tent frame! Our competitors may try to copy our design, but none have yet to build a frame with the same processes as we have built our name and reputation on.
We build frames to fit Kwik Kamp Tents as well as other wall tent manufacturers. Click on the link below for a diagram of how to measure your tent for a custom Kwik Kamp Pro Packer Frame.
The Single Upright Pro Packer Frame is available for wall tent sizes up to 12x14. Single Upright frames come with all fittings and poles to provide three legs and rafters on each side of your tent (total of 6 legs).
The Dual Upright Pro Packer Frame is for wall tents up to 16x20. Dual Upright frames come with all fittings and poles to provide four legs and rafters on each side of your tent (total of 8 legs).
The Triple Upright Pro Packer Frame is for 16' wide wall tents up to 24' long. Triple Upright frames come with all fittings and poles to provide five legs and rafters on each side of your tent (total of 10 legs). Special large tubing frames are used for tents 18' and 20' wide.
The Quad Upright Pro Packer Frame is for 16' wide wall tents up to 30' long. Quad Upright frames come with all fittings and poles to provide six legs and rafters on each side of your tent (total of 12 legs). Special large tubing frames are used for tents 18' and 20' wide.
I have used the Kwik Kamp Frame for many seasons and have found no better system to pitch my wall tents. The winds found in central Wyoming are as harsh as anywhere in the world and these frames are the only thing I have found to handle these conditions. These frames are quick to set up and easy to transport, this is the only way to put up a wall tent.
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Our hunting party was so very thankful for the strength of your dual upright tent frame. We endured an 80 mph windstorm this past elk season. The storm sent trees crashing down around and on top of us. Thanks to the superior strength of the dual upright frame, we were not hurt. Thanks for such a great product!
It just doesn't get any better than this! 365 days a year of fun for the family. The frame can hold an unbelievable amount of snow! Wind! Rain!
Just wanted to let you know that you make the best tent frame I've seen. I have one of your Kwik Kamp frames in my wall tent.
Last April, a group of us went to South Dakota's Black Hills for a turkey hunt. I don't know if you heard about the storm they had, but we spent 2 full days in the tent while outside it was 70 mph winds and 2+ feet of snow. We were stranded until the snow melted. The other tent (nylon dome) collapsed when about 100 pounds of snow fell off the trees. Completely flat! Gobs of snow just as big hit my tent and it never budged! What could have been a disaster turned out to be a good adventure thanks to good equipment, and most importantly a good frame.
I've had my tent with Kwik Kamp frame in every extreme and it's never let me down. Keep up the good work!
I just wanted to drop you a note to let you know how good you are doing. In October, I ordered a Kwik Kamp Kit for my old canvas army tent. It didn't have a pitch that matched your tents and frames so it had to be made. It was needed in a little over a week so I could get everything set for our annual elk hunt. The young lady that took m y order was very helpful and told me exactly when it would ship, it showed up right on time.
Talk about a time saver, we had our tent set up in about 15 minutes. For years we cut a long pole for the ridge and had to cut side poles as well. We then graduated to some 4" ABS pipe for the ridge pole and some 1 1/2" PVC pipe for the side poles. The ABS and the PVC made it much easier but it looked like a plumbing truck every time we went hunting. Roping the tent from the outside without an outside frame was stretching the tent way out of shape. The inside frame works excellent, the tent looks better without all the old sags and has more room inside. Thanks for an excellent idea.