- Spacious dome tent that sleeps up to 7 people
- Shock-corded fiberglass frame with pin-and-ring system for easy setup
- Large mesh roof vents and windows provide excellent ventilation
- 2 large D-style doors; patented hooped fly frame adds rain protection
- Stow ‘n’ Go duffel system; measures 18 x 6.3 x 10 feet (W x H x D)
Mountain Trails Grand Pass 2 Room Family Dome Tent sleeps 6 to 7 people comfortably ina 170 square foot tent area. Base size is 18ft x 10ft x 76″ center height. Features our shockcorded fiberglass frame with pin and ring system for quick set-up, back to back Dutch “D” style doors for easy entry and exit, large mesh roof vents and windows for excellent ventilation, and welded polyethylene floor and mud matts included to help keep your tent clean. Divider curtain to separate tent into 2 rooms
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Question by Tyler: does the american the gorgeous pass cover camping fee’s?
so this summer a pal and i are heading to be travelling around the United States on our motorcycles, with tents on the back, camping out at National Parks or wherever anytime we can. Viewing as some of the Nat Parks cost 5/ten/20 dollars a night time for campground fee’s, we had been hunting at the America the Gorgeous pass. which waives “access” fee’s to National Parks… does it low cost campground fee’s? waive campground fee’s? furthermore is there a pass to scam out of campground fee’s if the The us the Beautiful does not do it?
i heard a rumor a number of years in the past about energetic duty army becoming in a position to score a pass to rest at any Nat Park for free… was this BS? is there a pass like that?
certainly we are on a Budget! and making an attempt to get about the country on the low cost, any tips would be appreciated.
Reply by Mark M
The America the Stunning pass covers only entrance fees for the pass holder and up to three further grown ups (sixteen+, below 16 is free) in one particular non-business automobile. It does not cover camping fees.
Dispersed camping is no cost in National Forests and Bureau of Land Management locations. Charges are charged in National Parks.
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