I think the proper answer is don't take a gazebo camping because in any sort of wind they take off and become a liability, largely because they are not really constructed strongly enough. A proper utility tent is better.
That said, we take them and use them in sheltered sites. But all gazebos are not created equal. Pop-ups win hands down for ease of erection (snigger) but they do need more than one person to put them up. I think Halfords have them for £50 at the moment.
Yes to pop-ups. I wouldn't buy any other type of regular gazebo. But...
I recently saw a Coleman Event Shelter in action and now this would be my gazebo of choice. Next time I'm in the market for one, I'd definitely get one of these. I think you can get them for around £100 if you shop around.
we are getting an event shelter for our carpenter who has to make something big outside, we went and had a look at one and it looks really sturdy, we will use it for camping and kids parties as well. it is much cheaper than the big gazebos we have been looking at. the cheapest we found one was in go outdoors when they had the extra 15% off last week it was £127 but the were out of stock by the time i got around to doing my order. they did go to £136 on amazon but are currently £139 i am keeping my eye on it and waiting for it to be cheaper. you can get sides for it as well which would be really handy .