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  • Overlapping doors allow easy access to the inside while keeping out weather nastiness
  • ENO HouseFly boasts the most coverage of all the ENO rain tarps
  • Stowable doors allow you to laze in cool shade on a nice day
  • Includes a stuff sack

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Specs

Best Use Backpacking
Seasons 3-season
Sleeping Capacity 1-person
Weight 1 lb. 9 oz.
Packaged Weight 1 lb. 9 oz.
Packed Size 5.5 x 11 inches
Dimensions 126 x 120 inches
Floor Dimensions Not applicable
Covered Area 126 x 120 inches
Peak Height Variable
Number of Doors 2 doors
Number of Poles Not applicable
Pole Material Not applicable
Pole Diameter Not applicable
Canopy Fabric Silicone-coated nylon
Design Type Non-freestanding
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This is a cool tarp! I bought two of these tarps - one for my son and one for me. We used them over the Thanksgiving holiday and we both like them much better than our DryFly's. These things offer a lot more coverage, the doors are very cool, as you can close them off and help keep the draft down, they are easy to set up and take down and pack up very well. One of the best things about the HouseFly is for the size it is only weighs 5 oz more than the DryFly. We liked the HouseFly very much and look forward to many years of use.
Date published: 2013-12-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Keeps your hammock dry, dry, dry! I bought this ENO HouseFly to cover my hammock while atop the Rim in northern AZ. July brings a lot of rain to the woods and this HouseFly worked perfectly. I had 20-30mph wind gusts with massive downpours and this thing kept me DRY! I practiced setting up in my backyard so when it was time to set up in a hurry, it took me about 7-8 minutes from start to finish. Make sure you purchase your stakes separately because they are not included (I used 8 hedgehog stakes total for the sides and for closing the doors). I would definitely recommend this to all who are looking to compliment your hammocking experience. Of course I had my ENO Doublenest underneath this bad boy with the ENO Blaze underquilt. NOTHING got wet. I know there are others to choose from, but this HouseFly is optimum.
Date published: 2016-07-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from 2 hammocks fit under I love this tarp. My husband and I can sleep side by side or bunk style. If we close it up tight, we can still fit with just not a ton of room. We can also fit both hammocks in the Guardian Bug Net too.. its a little tricky, but it all works out. Open it a little wider and its perfect! (I am 4'11" 100 lbs, he is 5'7" 175lbs- so we aren't the largest of people..) but its really great to have some privacy while hammocking in like car camping areas..
Date published: 2015-06-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Fantastic. I had a Pro-fly rain tarp for my hammock system, but I wanted something that could offer me both more protection and more room. I found out about the HouseFly and bought it after a bit of research. I purchased this about 9 months ago and am still happy with the purchase. The fact that it is like an A-frame tent hung between trees helps keep rain from blowing or splashing in the sides, it also means the wind doesn't blow in as bad and chill you when you're trying to sleep. My favorite thing about the HouseFly is the fact that there's just more room. When our day hike was cut short by a multi-hour downpour, we raised up one side of the fly and sat under it like a lean-to style shelter while we cooked our dinner and stayed dry! There are many uses for this thing, including the fact that you could feasibly set it up as a tent on the ground using your hiking poles if you couldn't find any trees for some reason.
Date published: 2015-07-31
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Like a tent over your hammock! I used this in very heavy rains over a weekend camping in PA this past summer. It was flawless and I was 100% dry. Gave my first one to my oldest nephew and about to order another one for myself!
Date published: 2015-11-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Tad pricey, totally worth it It's marginally heavier than the Profly, but having both, I can tell you that the additional coverage is absolutely worth the extra ounce or two, especially if rain is in the forecast. Also works well in wind and haven't winter camped with it yet but can imagine that will be very helpful when it gets chilly.
Date published: 2017-06-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from A hammock essential This is a well designed, well made self-supporting fly. It comes with lines already attached ready to tie off to supports (trees) and stakes. The flaps roll up and are secured by clips. No support line is needed.
Date published: 2017-06-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Eno house fly forever. Great as ground tent too Ok I've had this for a year now and I have to say it has done very well. It's survived many storms heat me very dry every single time. Even the night my hammock broke I was safe and dry in a winter storm. I now use it as a ground tent with 2 tracking poles. I do suggest longer steaks but you'll always be safe and dry.
Date published: 2017-04-27
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Anyone try using this as just a tent for a ground sleeper?

Asked by: lets hike
As an added note... I use good ground steaks and use 2 tracking poles and don't need trees... I survived a storm on top of Max patch wind and rain... did better than my buddy's tent which he had to set back up.
Answered by: Capt Chuckles
Date published: 2017-06-23

If I'm going to be outdoors in a particularly rainy area (say Oregon) for 3 months over the summer, will this provide longterm rain / general protection? It would be up 24/7 for 3 months straight. Would it be considered big enough to be comfortable?

Asked by: Loaf
I camped on a Greek island for 3 months.  Gusty winds, with rain and freaking cold.  I had a padded hammock, and a tarp that had no doors like this one.  It was hard to enclosed the 2 open ends with the wind.  So this rain fly with the 2 doors is perfect.  You would also need some kind of padding to prevent the cold from below, like thermarest light foam would do and hang your hammock low so you have less draft.  I was the most comfortable and warmest camper on the island.  You can also orient the hammock according to the wind direction.  I wish they make a very very large rain fly I can stretch it out like having a covered balcony while sitting in my hammock when it pours for a long period of time.  I love hammock camping and it is the easiest and most efficient.  
Answered by: Haha
Date published: 2017-06-20

Does the Eno Housefly have the large "ENO" print on the outside of the fly?

Asked by: Rearainger
The ENO HouseFly Rain Tarp does not have a logo on it because it is made from silicone coated nylon, which doesn't hold screen printed images.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-06-15

Can you utilize hiking poles (sticks) to set up the ENO Housefly selter?

Asked by: Tom Kuhn
Yes, you can use trekking poles to set up the ENO HouseFly Rain Tarp.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2016-04-22

Does this fly come with stakes? If so how many?

Asked by: mjohnse4
No, stakes are not included with the HouseFly Rain Tarp. Eight stakes will do the job. Here is the link to the stakes we carry: https://www.rei.com/c/tent-stakes
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-06-29

Would this be enough to cover THE Lawson blue ridge hammock? (about 42x42x90)

Asked by: off the grid camper
​This rain tarp is large enough to cover your hammock.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-06-15

Will a bridge hammock work well with this rain fly?

Asked by: Moses
​A bridge hammock will work with this tarp as long as the hammock is smaller than the tarp.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-06-15

Is the House Fly large enough to fit over the Guardian Base Camp bug net?  Or would it work better with the regular Guardian bug net?

Asked by: Mooseboy
Yes, the HouseFly Rain Tarp is compatible with the Guardian Base Camp Bug Net.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2016-07-12
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Rated 5 out of 5 by from This is a cool tarp! I bought two of these tarps - one for my son and one for me. We used them over the Thanksgiving holiday and we both like them much better than our DryFly's. These things offer a lot more coverage, the doors are very cool, as you can close them off and help keep the draft down, they are easy to set up and take down and pack up very well. One of the best things about the HouseFly is for the size it is only weighs 5 oz more than the DryFly. We liked the HouseFly very much and look forward to many years of use.
Date published: 2013-12-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Keeps your hammock dry, dry, dry! I bought this ENO HouseFly to cover my hammock while atop the Rim in northern AZ. July brings a lot of rain to the woods and this HouseFly worked perfectly. I had 20-30mph wind gusts with massive downpours and this thing kept me DRY! I practiced setting up in my backyard so when it was time to set up in a hurry, it took me about 7-8 minutes from start to finish. Make sure you purchase your stakes separately because they are not included (I used 8 hedgehog stakes total for the sides and for closing the doors). I would definitely recommend this to all who are looking to compliment your hammocking experience. Of course I had my ENO Doublenest underneath this bad boy with the ENO Blaze underquilt. NOTHING got wet. I know there are others to choose from, but this HouseFly is optimum.
Date published: 2016-07-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from 2 hammocks fit under I love this tarp. My husband and I can sleep side by side or bunk style. If we close it up tight, we can still fit with just not a ton of room. We can also fit both hammocks in the Guardian Bug Net too.. its a little tricky, but it all works out. Open it a little wider and its perfect! (I am 4'11" 100 lbs, he is 5'7" 175lbs- so we aren't the largest of people..) but its really great to have some privacy while hammocking in like car camping areas..
Date published: 2015-06-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Fantastic. I had a Pro-fly rain tarp for my hammock system, but I wanted something that could offer me both more protection and more room. I found out about the HouseFly and bought it after a bit of research. I purchased this about 9 months ago and am still happy with the purchase. The fact that it is like an A-frame tent hung between trees helps keep rain from blowing or splashing in the sides, it also means the wind doesn't blow in as bad and chill you when you're trying to sleep. My favorite thing about the HouseFly is the fact that there's just more room. When our day hike was cut short by a multi-hour downpour, we raised up one side of the fly and sat under it like a lean-to style shelter while we cooked our dinner and stayed dry! There are many uses for this thing, including the fact that you could feasibly set it up as a tent on the ground using your hiking poles if you couldn't find any trees for some reason.
Date published: 2015-07-31
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Like a tent over your hammock! I used this in very heavy rains over a weekend camping in PA this past summer. It was flawless and I was 100% dry. Gave my first one to my oldest nephew and about to order another one for myself!
Date published: 2015-11-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Tad pricey, totally worth it It's marginally heavier than the Profly, but having both, I can tell you that the additional coverage is absolutely worth the extra ounce or two, especially if rain is in the forecast. Also works well in wind and haven't winter camped with it yet but can imagine that will be very helpful when it gets chilly.
Date published: 2017-06-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from A hammock essential This is a well designed, well made self-supporting fly. It comes with lines already attached ready to tie off to supports (trees) and stakes. The flaps roll up and are secured by clips. No support line is needed.
Date published: 2017-06-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Eno house fly forever. Great as ground tent too Ok I've had this for a year now and I have to say it has done very well. It's survived many storms heat me very dry every single time. Even the night my hammock broke I was safe and dry in a winter storm. I now use it as a ground tent with 2 tracking poles. I do suggest longer steaks but you'll always be safe and dry.
Date published: 2017-04-27
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Questions & Answers

Anyone try using this as just a tent for a ground sleeper?

Asked by: lets hike
As an added note... I use good ground steaks and use 2 tracking poles and don't need trees... I survived a storm on top of Max patch wind and rain... did better than my buddy's tent which he had to set back up.
Answered by: Capt Chuckles
Date published: 2017-06-23

If I'm going to be outdoors in a particularly rainy area (say Oregon) for 3 months over the summer, will this provide longterm rain / general protection? It would be up 24/7 for 3 months straight. Would it be considered big enough to be comfortable?

Asked by: Loaf
I camped on a Greek island for 3 months.  Gusty winds, with rain and freaking cold.  I had a padded hammock, and a tarp that had no doors like this one.  It was hard to enclosed the 2 open ends with the wind.  So this rain fly with the 2 doors is perfect.  You would also need some kind of padding to prevent the cold from below, like thermarest light foam would do and hang your hammock low so you have less draft.  I was the most comfortable and warmest camper on the island.  You can also orient the hammock according to the wind direction.  I wish they make a very very large rain fly I can stretch it out like having a covered balcony while sitting in my hammock when it pours for a long period of time.  I love hammock camping and it is the easiest and most efficient.  
Answered by: Haha
Date published: 2017-06-20

Does the Eno Housefly have the large "ENO" print on the outside of the fly?

Asked by: Rearainger
The ENO HouseFly Rain Tarp does not have a logo on it because it is made from silicone coated nylon, which doesn't hold screen printed images.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-06-15

Can you utilize hiking poles (sticks) to set up the ENO Housefly selter?

Asked by: Tom Kuhn
Yes, you can use trekking poles to set up the ENO HouseFly Rain Tarp.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2016-04-22

Does this fly come with stakes? If so how many?

Asked by: mjohnse4
No, stakes are not included with the HouseFly Rain Tarp. Eight stakes will do the job. Here is the link to the stakes we carry: https://www.rei.com/c/tent-stakes
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-06-29

Would this be enough to cover THE Lawson blue ridge hammock? (about 42x42x90)

Asked by: off the grid camper
​This rain tarp is large enough to cover your hammock.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-06-15

Will a bridge hammock work well with this rain fly?

Asked by: Moses
​A bridge hammock will work with this tarp as long as the hammock is smaller than the tarp.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-06-15

Is the House Fly large enough to fit over the Guardian Base Camp bug net?  Or would it work better with the regular Guardian bug net?

Asked by: Mooseboy
Yes, the HouseFly Rain Tarp is compatible with the Guardian Base Camp Bug Net.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2016-07-12
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