I have dome tent that I used all through the 80's before I got a pop-up camper. I saw it hold up to an approximate 50-60 mile per hour gust of wind off a lake (bent in a little) when every other regular structure went down. Its structure is longitudinal like the longitudinal lines on the planet earth with a tie connection at the top. The structure is fiberglass poles which serve as the exoskeleton with the inner part of the tent suspended from the poles. There are tension ropes inside the fiberglass poles. A rain fly on the outside of the pole provides water-proofness. If you used PVC poles connected to a solid base, it might be an additional idea.
Offered by Eric.