Quick Set Escape Portable Camping Outdoor Gazebo Canopy Shelter, Gray

July 3, 2019 - Comment
Add to Cart $279.99Amazon.com Price
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Rain or shine, enjoy the outdoors in your Clam Quick Set Escape Portable Outdoor Gazebo Canopy Shelter. Ideal for camping, picnics, and sporting events, this outdoor gazebo keeps the elements from ruining your day. The no see um mesh screen and extra wide skirt keep the bugs out and it is spacious enough to fit a picnic table inside, so you can enjoy your meal in peace. No assembly is required and it sets up in just 45 seconds. When your stay is over, the Quick Set Escape can be easily stored in its convenient over sized carry bag. Say goodbye to sunburns and bug bites, when you pop up the Clam Quick Set Escape Portable Outdoor Gazebo Canopy Shelter.

Product Features

  • Incredibly roomy, portable canopy designed to provide shelter against the elements
  • 12 x 12-foot canopy with ample amounts of room
  • All-season design allows you to use this canopy anytime of year
  • Pop-up canopy shelter takes only 45 seconds to setup
  • Spacious enough to fit a picnic table inside


Anonymous says:

the green does not have rain flaps, the brown and camouflage does. I ordered this shelter for a long camping trip I am planning with my son. We wanted this tent for its ease of use and providing us shelter from the sun AND rain. When I went to order it, I chose the green color thinking it was the same as the brown with rain flaps, but it is not. The amazon website is not clear in differentiating the difference between the green and brown/camouflage tents. They all appear on the same page and it looks like it is just a difference in color.The difference…

Anonymous says:

Still Trying to Get a Response At first I was so impressed with this tent. It is easy to handle and set up. Our camping neighbors constantly asked us about it. It is deceptively roomy inside and is just amazing! We bought the shade/wind panels for the sides and they came in really handy.We had some trouble with the third set up. One wall continued to collapse. We had an awful lot of trouble getting everything aligned dothe tent would stay deployed. It was slightly uneven terrain and we assumed that had a lot to…

Anonymous says:

Built to last! We had a 4 day weekend planned with my wife’s family, and a brand new Clam screen house to setup and use. On our first night of the trip, a very large storm with heavy winds knocked down a large pine tree which fell directly on to the screen house setup in the yard. At first glance, I thought we had just lost our new tent. As I inspected the tent with the tree on it, I noticed no holes in the fabric or the screen. Some of the poles were bent but appeared to be intact. After removing the…

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