After you get your tent pitched take a few minutes to put together Eureka's 3-Season Hex Screen House. When the sun goes down and the bugs come out you won't have to retreat to your tent, and you can sit at a picnic table and play cards without drenching yourself with bug dope. The hexagonal screen tent has a hub and six poles with external clips, so you can set it up in a snap. The two doors open wide enough to move in a picnic table, and it doesn't have a floor, so you don't have to worry about dropping food during mealtime. With 126 square feet, it's like bringing a sunroom to the campground.
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