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Rain, shine, or a plague of locusts, be prepared for anything.

Whether you're tailgating with your buds before the football game or camping out with the fam on a lazy weekend afternoon, the Paha Que Screen Room is the perfect place to hang out, get some shade, and eat a plate of grilled grub. Four built-in awnings create a wide, open feeling while shielding you from the sun. Plus, with the no-see-um mesh doors closed, you still get to experience the joys of being outside, only without the bugs.

  • No-see-um mesh keeps even tiny insects out while letting light and fresh air in
  • Polyester roof and awnings use a UPF 50 coating to shield you from UV radiation
  • Awnings fold down over all four walls to protect you from the elements or give you extra privacy
  • Aluminum 6061 shock-corded poles provide stability without at a low weight
  • One set of awning poles is included; additional poles are sold separately, and you can always use the guy points to secure the awnings to obliging trees
  • Two full-length medial-zippered doors make it easy to get in and out
  • Stake-down points and attached guy lines keep this shelter firmly hooked to the ground even during strong winds

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How do the awnings stay down in a storm?...

How do the awnings stay down in a storm? Zippers?

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Hi Lisa,
looks like they have some ties that secure them to the poles

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how difficult is the set-up?

how difficult is the set-up?

Love our screenroom from PahaQue

Love our screenroom from PahaQue

We've owned other models of screen tents over the years, they always seemed to last a year or two then needed replaced. We've had this one for 6 years now and its still good as new. We like the vertical walls and the awnings which also can be put down for privacy. People always ask us about it. We are very happy and we call it our 'living room' in camp.

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Did you get the 12x12? I want to fit a picnic table too. Also can you roll the awning up?