I didn’t realize what a difference a few touches to the patio can make to the homeyness of your rig until I came back from a short trip to Pittsburgh and Barb had redecorated. A couple of rugs, an end table and extra chairs with the awning extended, really made all the difference. Oh, that’s Lola’s bed with the red blanket which she seems to enjoy, watching the campers and camper doggies walk by….
The two chestnut chairs are made by Mac Sports. They are the most comfortable camping chair I’ve found and all of our visitors seem to agree. But, they do take up a lot of space in your compartment. Chairs are something that are very personal. If you’re close to camping world, I would try a few out in person. They have been promoting a sale but I’m not sure how much longer it will last.
We have a quick fold table which is nice and easy to store
And some other chairs which you can find about anywhere.
I would definitely get a rug made especially for camping. Many are reversible – they are light weight, have holes to breathe and allow for quick drying and storage.
You’ll also something to dry swim suits and towels. Hanging clothes outside is prohibited at many campgrounds and anything more than swimsuits and towels is just not cool. Hanging towels and suits off of the back ladder is very common. There is a commercial metal clothes rack available and sold at Camping World, but almost everyone has a PVC model. You’ll probably find a budding entrepreneur at the campground who is selling them or you can make one yourself. Here are the plans We bought ours from a gent here at the campground who was offering a lifetime guarantee stating that he’s not a fly by night operation. He was gone the next day. Here’s ours: