So July of 2016 I was camping on the shore of Lake Superior at Porcupine Mountain State Park in Michigan. We were right on the lake, nothing between the camper and the lake. We went to bed hearing there was a chance of rain, didnt seem like anything bad was on the way, no watches or warning when we went to bed. I didnt think there was any reason to rioll up the awning, or turn the camper away from the wind. (we were broadside on an angle,door right at the lake. At 5:30 am i hear a few rain drops, i got up to look out, and 2 min later, the wrath of Lake Superior got us !!! a wall of wind and rain slammed into the campground, and my poor pop up. the first shot of wind blew in my door and started to take the awning anchors from the dround. Later we found out the winds were 75mph at the closet airport inland a mile. The wind took out my door, through the awning pole though the canvas near where the door was, and eventually the wind tor the awning part off, and snapped the main cable from the wind beating on us for 20 min. Moral of the story is, Lake Superior storm wins vs an old pop up. Hopefully i can post pics. The camper roof was held up by the fridge we have on the counter inside. Posring the storm damage, and after i repaired it.