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Old 03-22-2008, 04:48 PM   #1
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I am wanting to get a folding table to take with me for use when boondocking. What is everyone else using?
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Old 03-22-2008, 04:51 PM   #2
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We found a real nice one at Sam's Club. Folds up nice and comes in a carrying case that has wheels, like a suitcase.
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Old 03-22-2008, 05:21 PM   #3
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One we like because it transpots in a bag is one like this. Seen it at Wally World as well, for less...
Roll-up Table - 48" x 26" - Camping World
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We use the same one as balrgn

Bought it at CW. It is a lot sturdier then I would've thought too. We had a dust devil blow through the campground between trailers and it took the table and smashed it into the site picnic table. It didn't even scratch it (or knock it apart). I just had to pick it up and dust it off. Put something heavy on it if it is windy.
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We use a 4' square aluminum slatted roll-up table. We purchased it many years ago at Wal-Mart. I have seen rectangular versions of the same table at BJ's recently. Cost at BJ's was $49.
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One we like because it transpots in a bag is one like this. Seen it at Wally World as well, for less...
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We carry two of the above.Very light. We have used other but like these the best.
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Old 03-22-2008, 07:55 PM   #7
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We have the square slatted table also, but my favorite is a rectangular Coleman table we got at Cabela's. It sets up sturdily and has an additional fold out table portion that extends the set up if you wish. We use it for a cook table, hang our utensils on it...very useful and doesn't take much space in storage.
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Old 03-31-2008, 08:38 PM   #8
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Wow - so many things to get for the new trailer!
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Check this out.

Coleman Compact Table with Cover - Wal-Mart

I intend to get one. Several folks we know have them and all agree they are excellent for trailers. Easy and lightweight for storage, a good size for camping, and sturdy and easy to keep clean.

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Coleman Compact Table with Cover - Wal-Mart

I intend to get one. Several folks we know have them and all agree they are excellent for trailers. Easy and lightweight for storage, a good size for camping, and sturdy and easy to keep clean.

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Northwest Territory makes one that folds in half with a carry strap handle. The really nice feature that we like is it adjusts to 3 heights. The highest makes it a great work station. We have 2 and find them very usefull.
Northwest Territory 4 ft. Adjustable Table - Model 4439 at Kmart.com

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New trailer, new boat, new house...........all the same.

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One we like because it transpots in a bag is one like this. Seen it at Wally World as well, for less...
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Same here. It works great to hold the Weber Baby Q grill and extras.
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