The North Face Homestead Shelter

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Those who call you a "glamper" (glamour camper) are only jealous that they don't have a The North Face Homestead Shelter of their own. Designed to fit around campground picnic tables, the Homestead Shelter provides reliable shelter from the scorching sun as well as torrential downpours. Mesh "curtains" or walls can be raised or lowered to accommodate the weather while a multitude of integrated gear storage options keep camp life organized. The ultimate hub for "know-what-I'm-doing" campers, The North Face Homestead Shelter will revolutionize your car camping adventures.

- evo

Create the ultimate weekend base camp with this sturdy, weather-resistant social hub that's easy to pitch and fits around most picnic tables.

- Summit Hut

Easy-pitch mesh tent takes care of the bugs at the campsite for you.

- The North Face

Features of The North Face Homestead Shelter Large storage pockets for stowing cooking tools, camping accessories and other essentials Sturdy aluminum poles Easy-pitch design Full stand-up height Rear wall now Features a vent to maximize airflow Internal drying line included Duffel-bag-style stuff sack for easy transporting and packing Mesh doors zip on and off for flexible bug protection Fabric Details Fly: 75D polyester, 1500 mm PU coating Canopy: 75D polyester, 1200 mm PU coating

- Moosejaw

Your campsite may not come with cable TV, a heated pool, and pillow mints, but it does come with killer views, plenty of fresh air, and a heavy dose of Vitamin D. And while the first two things may sound great, you could definitely go without the sunburn, so give yourself (and everyone else in camp) a shady spot with The North Face Homestead Shelter. Quick to set up and made from durable materials, the Homestead offers your camp a sturdy and weather-resistant area to congregate without having to cram inside a tent. The shelter can be pitched over a picnic table, but it's also tall enough to stand and walk under. It also boasts two mesh pockets, lines to hang gear from, and a loop designed to hang lanterns, so you can dry out your gear without bumping into it when you're relaxing in the evening.

- Backcountry.com

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