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<h1>Green River Valley Camping Gear<h1> <p>When it's just you and a buddy, the Two-Person Dome Tent is a natural choice for lightweight but durable shelter. The Two-Person Dome Tent features sturdy, rip-stop nylon construction. Fiberglass poles make it easy to set up, yet strong enough to handle rough weather. The attachable rain fly creates a vestibule perfect for keeping your dirty gear away from where you sleep. And the floorplan is just right for two adult campers and all their gear. Whether it’s your next backpacking trip or just a weekend at the lake, the Two-Person Dome Tent reliably shelters you and a buddy.<p>