The Eureka Taron Basecamp 6 Tent has plenty of space for six people whether you're car camping with friends down in Indian Creek in late fall, traveling through Yellowstone with the family in the summertime, or setting up a backyard sleepover for your kid and his friends in the springtime. Its setup is quick and easy with only two poles that clip to the tent and slide through the sleeves, and side brim poles increase headroom for a spacious interior that's excellent for sitting up to play games. The mesh doors offers all the breathability you need to sleep soundlessly through warm nights, and both the floor and fly have exceptional waterproof qualities that keep you warm and dry in cold, wet weather. Both doors have a Dry Entry Marker that keeps rain out of the tent when you open the door. And you can configure the rear vestibule in two ways: one that increases ventilation in warm and wet conditions and one that provides an excellent area to relax in the shade on a sunny day. Eureka focused on three components when designing the Taron Basecamp: volume, venting, and versatility. Eureka calls this focus the V3 Enhanced Tent System, and it gives you the utmost comfort while you camp. This system includes a vertical strut pole in the vestibule for more volume, vectored fly to tent body pullouts for more versatility, and hoods on the rain fly for more venting. This tent also features an Eluminate System that combines reflective panels and a lantern hook that increase floor lighting during dark nights. The guyouts are pre tied and equalized for superior stormproofing in poor conditions. And High Stash, Quick Stash, and floor level pockets organize your gear.