Cook Shack

From: $550.00

The regularly requested cook shack comes standard with two zippered canvas doors and the 5.5″ stove jack.  Match your existing Wall Tent’s width and enjoy some extra space in camp.  A Cook Shack can be used butted up against your existing wall tent as shown in the video below, or setup as a stand alone tent that is 100% fully functional. These tents will finish in between 9′ 6″ and 10′ 0″ long. Please select your specific tent options below, and don’t forget to add a 9 Piece Angle Kit or Traditional Poles to support your tent from the link at the bottom of the page.  Floor and fly options are also available.



Select One Stove Jack Size

Add Windows

Select here for our upgrades

Add Screen Door

Add Colorado Door

Add Eave Sleeves

SKU: N/A Category:




At Davis Tent, our many years in business have helped us identify high wear areas, which we pay special attention to in the construction of all our tents. We reinforce all stress points to ensure many years of enjoyment and service from our wall tents. In addition to this, all of our standard tents come with quality features!

Note: Poles or Frames are sold separately or in Packages. Approximately 12 sticks of 1″ EMT is needed for the cookshacks. These generally come in 10′ length and you can purchase them at your local hardware store.

Standard Features:


  • 5′ walls (cut size)
  • Your choice of 4″ or 5.5″ stove Jack
  • Front and Back Zippered Door
  • Attached Sod Cloth (seals tent to the ground)
  • Front and Back Screen Door Receiver
  • Ridge Pole Sleeves
  • Ropes cut to size with metal tensioners installed
  • Steel Stakes in their own bag


Breathability! The reason breathability is so important is to minimize and eliminate condensation. Just 4 people in a tent produces 2-liters of condensation from their breath in one night! Add to those other elements that put moisture into the air – boiling water, heating with propane, drying your clothing, etc. – and you create a wet interior. Properly treated cotton allows this moisture to escape through the tent, keeping you warm and dry.


Breathability, Longevity!

The type of treatment used to make your tent resist the effects of ultra-violet (UV) light from the sun, repel water and mildew, or retard the spread of fire is a critical factor not only for its impact on breathability but also on how long your tent will hold up.

If you tear a single piece of untreated canvas in half and then applied Sunforger ® to one-half and different treatment to the other, the Sunforger ® treated half would perform best in terms of strength, ability to breathe, overall integrity, and longevity.

Some would have you believe that all treatments are equal or a matter of brand preference (like Coke ® or Pepsi ®): this is simply not true. Inferior treatments impede breathability and cause more rapid deterioration of the canvas when exposed to the elements, making the tent both less comfortable and reducing its usable life. For these reasons, we pay extra for the Sunforger ® treatment!

We have been approached by many importers and, while we briefly considered offering an “economy line” of foreign-produced (and, therefore, not Sunforger ® treated) tents, we have not yet found one that we felt comfortable putting our reputation on the line for.

Share your thoughts!

Let us know what you think...

What others are saying

There are no contributions yet.




Continue as a Guest

Don't have an account? Sign Up

You may also like…

Support our Wildlife

100% of your donation goes to the selected Foundation.