If a strip remains at the bottom does the zipper for the door also open horizontally at the top or bottom? Features say that the door opens wide enough to carry a picnic table through. Thanks, Linda
The bottom actually does not have a bottom strip that stays put. The band at the bottom is long enough to fold under about 6 inches and help keep the bugs out. The zipper goes all the way to the ground and the two zippered sides can open wide (like a curtain) so you can slide things along the ground and not drag them on the tent fabric.
The zippered parts each have stake rings that you can use or leave loose, and just anchor the corners of the screen tent. We use our tent for camping and can fit a Wisconsin State Parks picnic table (they're quite large) in it and have enough room to move around both long ends.
I usually put the tent up over the table rather than moving the table into it., but I expect that you could.
Hope this helps,
yes you can put a picnic table through
We have been very happy with the Breezeway Screen House. It zips from bottom to top vertically. It is completely open to the bottom when unzipped, nothing to step over. We do put in a stake on one side of the door and then the other side is completely free when opened. There is no strip at the bottom.
Yes, the door is large enough to carry a picnic table through. We usually put out screen house up over the table, with the table inside.
I'm not sure what you mean by "a strip", but I recently used my breezeway camping in PA & our site had 1 over-sized picnic table and a regular sized picnic table. At first we put the over-sized table in the screen house. It fit, but there were 7 of us on the site. We were able to zip up the 'doors' of the screen house, but because the table was so long and came up against both doors of the screen house, we weren't able to walk around the table at all, so we switched the tables. We also had a 4ft lifetime table in there as well as the picnic table.
The zippers on the screen house only open vertically. The 2 vertical lines in the middle of the screen part in the picture of the screen house are the zippers. If ur talking about the strip of blue at the bottom of the screen house, the zippers go thru that part of the screen house to fully open the door.
Hope this information helps you.
No, the zippers (one on the front screen door & one on the back) open vertically only. However, they open wide enough to fit a standard size picnic table thru. We love the Eureka breezeway. This is the third one we've purchased over quite a few years. We leave it up all summer.