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Mosquito Protection

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The Coleman Screened Shelter offered a space where we could eat and relax without worrying too much about mosquitos getting in. It has two zipped entry options. Setup was pretty quick and easy with two people. 

Its size, 12x10, and shape, hexagon, gave us plenty of space to move around the picnic table.

The carrying case does have wheels, since it is a bit heavy. 

Coleman PopUp

Tuff Stuff Alpha Clam Shell RTT Annex Room

This provided an extra layer of protection from mosquitos getting into our sleeping space.


The extra room was great for storing our clothes, and changing, there was even a spot for our potty. It would be big enough to be an extra sleeping space as well.

Bug Zapper

These bug paddle zappers were so easy to use and a life saver when dealing with so many mosquitoes. They are rechargeable so no worries of not having extra batteries around. The Jackery came in handy for recharging when needed. 

Benvo Mosquito Head Net

Moving from shelter to shelter or walking down to the lake was made easier with the head nets. They fit nicely over both baseball hats and sun hats. 

Zap It Nets

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