Tent Rentals

inside view of a tent

 

 

 Use tent seating capacity grid
to determine size of tent needed
for you event.

 

 

Outside view of a tent

 

 

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Outside view of a tent

 

 

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Inside view of a tent decorated for an event

 Tent Seating Capacity Grid

  1. Match up the # of guest and the party type to determine the total square footage required for your event.
  2. If you require additional space for bar service, buffet lines or general comfort, add the appropriate number to the above total.

# of Guests Stand up cocktails 6 ft sq /person Row seating 8 ft sq /person Seated at 8 ft tables 10 ft sq /person Seated at 5 ft round tables 12 ft sq /person Dance floor 5 ft sq /person Additional space for the bar area etc. 100 ft sq /50 people

50

300 400 500 600 125 100

75

450 600 750 900 188 150

100

600 800 1000 1200 250 200

125

750 1000 1250 1500 313 250

150

900 1200 1500 1600 375 300

175

1050 1400 1750 2100 438 350

200

1200 1600 2000 2400 500 400

225

1350 1800 2250 2700 563 450

250

1500 2000 2500 3000 625 500

275

1650 2200 2750 3300 688 550

300

1800 2400 3000 3600 750 600

325

1950 2600 3250 3900 813 650

350

2100 2800 3500 4200 875 700

400

2400 3200 4000 4800 1000 800

450

2700 3600 4500 5400 1125 900

500

3000 4000 5000 6000 1250 1000

550

3300 4400 5500 6600 1375 1100

600

3600 4800 6000 7200 1500 1300



Available Tent Sizes

Now that you know the square footage required for your tent event... you can use this grid to determine your tent size.

**Please note that different sized tents may be combined for custom configurations.

Size Square footage Size Square footage
10 x 10 100 40 x 60 2400
10 x 20 200 40 x 80 3200
15 x 15 225 40 x 100 4000
20 x 20 400 40 x 120 4800
20 x 30 600 40 x 140 5600
20 x 40 800 60 x 60 3600
20 x 60 1200 60 x 80 4800
30 x 30 900 60 x 100 6000
34 hexagon 1044 60 x 120 7200
30 x 60 1800 60 x 140 8400
30 x 90 2700 60 x 160 9600



DID YOU KNOW?


Tent Planning Made Easy

  • You should allow a minimum of 10 feet around the perimeter of the tent for set up. For example a 20 x 20' size tent would require an optimum 30 x 30' area for proper installation. We can work with a smaller area but please advise us so we may be prepared. 40 x 60' tents and larger require an extra 10 feet to secure guy lines and stakes.
    Rememberto look for over-hanging branches or fixtures that may interfere with the tent installation.

  • For larger tent installations we require drive up access with our truck due to the weight of the tents...so please let us know so we may plan accordingly.

  • Try to have a basic plan of where the most logical place to install your tent is, especially for large tent installations with catering tents and walkway canopies.

  • Where are those power lines? Underground and overhead utilities are very important to locate when erecting a tent. Give your local utilities a call to inspect your tent site. This should be done as far in advance as possible, once you have booked your tent, to ensure smooth installation.

  • When you call to inquire about your tent rental, you will be asked about the surface of your tent site - grass, dirt, wood deck. There are special methods of installation for each type of surface but please keep in mind that, unfortunately, not every situation can be accommodated.

  • Please ask to speak to a Cody Party Center Tent Expert if you have any specific questions not mentioned here.

TENT QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS

How are the tents anchored?

Steel stakes are driven into the ground. The actual number and size of the stakes depends on the tent size and wind load they may be subjected to. Every situation is different and may call for different measures but the end result will be within manufacturers anchorage guidelines.

Do stakes damage an asphalt parking lot or driveway?

No, it will make a hole about 3/4 to 1 inch in size which can be easily repaired with asphalt plugs if needed. Often, they will fill with dirt and gravel and you would be hard pressed to even find them after awhile, even if you know where to look.

When do you install and remove a tent for an event?

For example, if your event is Saturday, we would usually install the tent on Wednesday or Thursday depending on the time your event begins. Pick-up is most often scheduled for Monday. Every event is different and arrangements can usually be made to accommodate everyone.

Please keep in mind that weather is a major, uncontrollable factor when scheduling tent installations and pick-ups.

Do I need a floor in my tent?

Most often, grass is all the flooring you need. If there is uneven ground or dirt and gravel a sub-floor is an option. Depending on the type of event you are planning you may require a dance floor or staging. Freshly laid sod does not make a good floor.