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Old 01-18-2018, 12:12 PM   #1
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Anyone have any favorite portable Camp Tables that are sturdy for extending living space outdoors? Searching forum, was hoping to find a thread if it's out there can't find it.
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Old 01-18-2018, 12:32 PM   #2
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I'm having trouble posting a link but I've had the Camp Time Roll-A-Table for years. The legs screw on and off with each use, but it's a 3 minute job and seems sturdier than some of the ones with spring-up legs.
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I have kids, so this table works for me. There are lots of variations. I got lucky and picked two up for $30 each. My wife and I put our folding chairs at the ends, the kids sit on the bench seats. Seems flimsy, but I have never had one break, until my wife ran one over with the van.
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I have kids, so this table works for me. There are lots of variations. I got lucky and picked two up for $30 each. My wife and I put our folding chairs at the ends, the kids sit on the bench seats. Seems flimsy, but I have never had one break, until my wife ran one over with the van.
I have one of those in my attic. It’s probably 40 years old, if not more. Unfortunate it is a bit heavy as well as bulky so I don’t take it camping and usually use the picnic tables at campsites. But I agree, it is rugged.
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Teach your kids not to stick their fingers in the holes in the seats, or better yet, get one that doesn't have holes.
Had to cut the kid's finger off to free her.
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Teach your kids not to stick their fingers in the holes in the seats, or better yet, get one that doesn't have holes.
Had to cut the kid's finger off to free her.
Thank God she never licked a metal pole!
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We sometimes take a white folding table...the legs slide up and down for different heights and it folds in half. We also use it all summer long for lacrosse tournaments, sitting heavy jugs of water and food on it. Very sturdy. Ours is this one:

https://www.walmart.com/ip/Folding-T...&wl13=&veh=sem
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I have that table offered by Walmart. It is heavy. I use it in the back yard, but i take this folding aluminum table camping. Weighs less than 10 lbs.
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glenn I didn't see this one now im stuck


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I wanted just a little table, so I found an 18"x26" at Aldi. Can't recall the exact price, but I know it was less than $20 (on sale).
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I'm having trouble posting a link but I've had the Camp Time Roll-A-Table for years. The legs screw on and off with each use, but it's a 3 minute job and seems sturdier than some of the ones with spring-up legs.
I have a Roll-A-Table... it's a bit wigglier than I would like but otherwise perfect.
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We use a Lifetime brand folding plastic table (2'x4'ish) and place right up against the egg under awning. Use for cooking, coffee pot etc. Then use our folding chairs or campground supplied picnic table to sit and eat.
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mike doesn't aldis beat anything you have ever seen. we buy all our produce there walmarts stinks and aldi s price is 1/2. I don't understand it. oh one interesting thing I like grapefruit for breakfast 1 grapefruit was high but over they had bags for 25c a fruit. go figure!


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I have one of those in my attic. Itís probably 40 years old, if not more. Unfortunate it is a bit heavy as well as bulky so I donít take it camping and usually use the picnic tables at campsites. But I agree, it is rugged.
After my wife ran over one, a friend gave me one of his. It was slightly larger and red, but compared to the $30 ones, it weighed a ton. I can carry the table, two big fold up chairs, and an umbrella, that fits in the center hole of the table, to the beach.

Yeah, I don't travel light.
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