Carolina Covers ® Quick Shelter, 10 Ft. x 20 Ft.


$141.99 EA

This covered shelter by Carolina Covers ® is quick and easy to assemble. The quick shelter is 10 ft. wide by 20 ft. long with an apex of 9 feet. The shelter is an ideal shade for vehicles, boats, garden sheds, or outdoor events. This is a temporary shelter and should not be used for permanent storage.

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Use this quick shelter by Carolina Covers ® to provide quick shade for entertainment or storage. The quick canopy is 10 feet wide and 20 feet long with an apex of 9 feet. The size of this shelter is perfect for a carport, boat cover, garden center shade, or outdoor entertainment.

The multipurpose shelter has 1-3/8 in. tubular frame that is spray coated for rust protection and aesthetics. The shelter frame is assembled with a series of 3-way and 4-way connectors that are simple to connect with no tools required. The instant shade is provided with a 3 mm. thick poly tarp that is UV resistant. The tarp is attached to the frame with easy to use ball bungees.

This shade shelter can be a stand alone structure. For wind resistance, stakes can be added to the foot pads or tie downs can be attached to the horizontal frame.


  • Carolina Covers ®
  • Quick Shelter
  • 10 ft. wide x 20 ft. long
  • Apex: 9 ft.
  • Frame: Tubular steel, 1-3/8 in. diameter
  • Heavy duty poly tarp: 12 ft. x 20 ft.., UV resistant
  • Quick shelter included frame, tarp, ball bungees, 4-way and 3-way fittings, and plastic foot pads
  • Easy to assemble, no tools required
  • This is a temporary shelter and should not be used for permanent storage.

Carolina Covers QUICK SHELTER 10X20 in Quick Shades & Quick Shelters and Tarps & Covers at Agri Supply ®.

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Customer Reviews

5 Stars Excellent cover for the money


Michael H from NC wrote (July 27, 2020):

I bought this as a cheap supplement for my boat cover. My boat cover kept ponding water no matter what I did. I picked this cover up at Agri Supply in Garner and installed in the spring of 2012. This was installed at Ocean Isle Beach (mainland side). I finally replaced it in 2019. I only had to replace because the poles had rusted into where connected. I'm still using the tarp for other purposes. The trick to making it last: 1) Get some self tapping screws and screw the poles and fittings together. 2) Dig a hole for each post about 8" deep. Screw the plastic feet on the pole. Sit everything down in the holes. Fill the holes with concrete mix. I also drove rebar thru the concrete before setting about a foot down in the ground. That was probably overkill. I was very impressed that this thing went thru 4 or 5 hurricanes and never failed.