There is a reason why people avoid camping in the wetter regions of New England for much of the early spring months - the millions of black flies that descend upon unsuspecting travelers. These bugs block access to beautiful hikes and scenery during fair-weather months, and unfortunately little can be done to prevent this seasonal migration. But with the Coleman Instant Screen
, campers can at least protect themselves if they’re suddenly swarmed by bothersome insects.
The instant screen is basically a portable tent that can be set up over 190 square feet, providing UV protection and insect shelter for anything from an eating area to a viewing spot. Bugs and sunlight alike will be unable to penetrate the heavy canopy, and zippered doors provide access from two sides.
"Easy to set up with 2 people, large enough to go over campground picnic tables
or our own folded picnic table, easy to take down even with just one person. It fits nicely into the storage bag," said a user on CampingWorld.com. "A great product!"
With the Coleman Instant Screen, campers can finally sit back and laugh as clouds of bugs are forced to look for someone else to annoy.