Reviewed by Moose from Omaha,NE on Saturday, July 23, 2011
We were headed to mosquito-haven in Colorado and needed a durable screenhouse for the high country. After a LOT of research, this Kelty model made the most sense. I didn't stake the screenhouse the first night, piling some large rocks on the corners instead--mainly because the stakes are the shepherds-hook type of stake and impossible to pound into rocky ground. During the night the wind picked up the tent and blew it a couple hundred feet down into a ravine; but by-golly except for a few scratches on the metal frame, it was fine. I have a several other tents and this is the easiest by far to erect -- I do it without help and in a few minutes. This screenhouse has a very durable fabric, a solid frame, and except for the stakes that are not typical of Kelty-quality, it is a good package. I'm glad I got it !!