Three Forks Shelter

Tarps, sunshades, and group shelters

Living in Colorado with its ample sunshine and sweeping winds has given us plenty of motivation to dream up our own version of a sunshade, thus the Three Forks Shelter was born. Steep wall architecture with removable side walls (sold separately) protect your party from wind and sun and a webbing connection frame that offers additional structural stability, the Three Forks Shelter is a friend to anyone headed to an all-day soccer tournament, rafting the Grand, or needing to keep gear and people out of the elements on a camping trip (fits perfectly over a picnic table).
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Specs + Sizing

Trail Weight6lb 9oz / 2.98kg
Packed Weight7lb 3oz / 3.26kg
Packed Size27.5" x 6" / 70 x 15cm
Floor Area100ft² / 9.3m²
Head Height79" / 201cm
Number of Seasons3


Sunshade or group shelter

Two large, wide-open entry points make walking in and out of the shelter without having to duck, a breeze

Pre-bent pole architecture offers tons of volume and livable space

Fits over picnic table

Accessory Wall panel may be attached to any side with toggles to block prevailing wind or sun, or may be removed to create four open sides - sold separately

Webbing frame at ground level creates additional structural stability

Reflective guylines and webbing on corners and suggested anchor points

Ready to pitch; with pre-cut guy lines and tensioners attached to shelter

Multiple interior loops for attaching accessories

Construction + Materials

Polyester taffeta with 1500mm waterproof polyurethane coating

DAC DA17 lightweight aluminum pole set

Pole sleeves are simple to use

Lightweight aluminum pole system

8 aluminum hook stakes

Accessory Wall - sold separately


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What’s in a Name?

Doing it right: When you manage 7,000 head of cattle, you’ve got to do it right. Three Forks Ranch sits on the Colorado-Wyoming Border 40 miles north of Steamboat. Historic farming practices at the ranch were focused heavily on hay production, allowing cattle to run on the ranch without a grazing plan, causing massive damage to the headwaters of the Little Snake River and its tributaries. New ranch ownership saw a call to action, resulting in the largest privately funded river restoration project in history. The ranch now boasts itself as the premiere fishing destination of the West.