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How to Set Up your Outdoor Campsite Living Space

Ready to create a comfortable and inviting outdoor living space at the campground? From comfy seating to fun door mats, we’ve got all the outdoor living accessories you’ll need for relaxing and enjoying your time in nature.

Define your space with a patio mat

Soft underfoot, easy to set up, and simple to keep clean. Adding an RV patio mat to your campsite adds both personality and function.

Unfold some comfortable seating

Leave those basic camp chairs behind, you’ll love relaxing in the Faulkner big dog bucket chairs. They feature a padded seat and backrest for extra comfort.

Set the table with style

Bring some style to your picnic table with RV-themed jute woven placemats. They bring a natural and eco-chic note to your table décor at the campsite.

Roll out the welcome mat

Keep the dirt outside and bring personality and joy to your RV doorway with an RV-shaped door mat. The anti-slip backing will keep it firmly in place.

Stash your trash

Keep your trash corralled with the Faulkner trash can. It features a pop-up design, instantly expands to 24”, and folds back down to store.

Set up your outdoor kitchen

Gather your cooking supplies for meals roasted over the fire. With a cushion grip handle, these marshmallow and hot dog roasting forks extend up to 34″.

Set up a comfortable campsite! Find all these great products and more online at Our Online Store or at Our Dealership.

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