Broadstone Easy-Up Shelter, 12 x 12-ft | Canadian Tire
We've been using the above shelter for a number of years. At my sister's lake lot it is set up in June and comes down in September and has been used for I'm guessing 4 summers now. We have it over a picnic table and eat all our meals in there, and in the evening the adults sit in it and play games after the kids have been put to bed. We've use a 16' x ?' blue tarp to cover the North (and some of the West) sides to cut down the prevailing winds which blow off the lake.
We liked it so much we bought one for ourselves for when we're car camping and plan to bring it with us once we get an Escape. I prefer the idea of not having the awning area screened in as it is a bit of a nuisance opening and closing the screen doors every time, especially when hands are full. This way we'll have an awning for shade and rain protection, as well as the external bug shelter which we can set up if needed somewhere else in our campsite.
Packed in its excellent case, it is 7" x 12" x 47" and and 40". As we don't have an RV yet (March 7th!!!) I cannot comment on whether it fits inside, but I imagine it will fit under the bed in our Escape 21. If not we'll likely leave it on the bed, then set it up or store it under the RV when we get to our campsite. The roof is 10' x 10' and the legs are 12' x 12' apart. 9'3" is the max center height (adjustable). We set it up with two people all the time. I expect it would be a much bigger task doing it solo.
Also, it frequently goes on sale. I think we paid $129 for ours. There's also a Canadian Tire 6 minutes from the Escape factory: