Camp Creek 6 Two Room Tent: 6-Person 3-Season Tent by ALPS Mountaineering
Paying that mortgage is starting to get a little old, so you might as well just sell the house and move full-time into the ALPS Mountaineering Camp Creek 6 Two-Room, Six-Person, Three-Season Tent. It's as big as it sounds, with room to sleep the whole family and then some, enough height for a basketball player to stand up, and a room divider to separate the kids from the adults. It's also easy to set up, with fiberglass poles and a hub-style pole system, and has a waterproof fly that clips easily in to place to keep showers from turning your night soggy. Two doors make it easy to get in and out, and six mesh windows let plenty of air move through to keep the tent from getting smelly and stagnant (they also have zippered covers to keep rain and wind out). Dual mesh storage shelves help you stay organized, and the included stakes and guylines make it easy to set the Camp Creek up in no time, if you need to move your home base.
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