Relaxing Under Cover of a RV Awning

One of the pleasures of camping in a travel trailer is the quality time you get to spend outdoors.  While you spend 7-8 hours sleeping inside the trailer, you probably spend up to 12 hours sitting in the shade of your awning and enjoying the calm breeze.  What better way to remain comfortable than by bringing along a folding chair?  Coleman makes a variety of folding chairs that are easy to pack and easy to set up.

Prices range from $13.99 for a youth’s quad chair (with dimensions of 24 x 14 x 26 and capable of holding 160 pounds) to $98.49 for a full size Marine Deck Chair with a built-in side table.  The chair is ergonomically designed in its angled seat back and armrests, and folds easily for an easy carry at 5.6 pounds.  Another item of interest is the High Backed Sling Chair in red or khaki colors for $56.49, which features dimensions of 23 x 22.5 x 35.5, an ergonomic design, and has curved armrests for better support.

There are also selections for young adults, like the Young Adult Quad Chair.  It comes in solar glow or constellation patterns ($17.99), a line of Portable Deck Chairs in colors of charcoal, red and blue ($52.49) and Oversized Quad Chairs; 36 � x 24 x 40 � inches tall, and with an accompanying small cooler that holds 3-4 cans for only $30.49.

Other folding merchandise is offered including Trekking and Rambler Stools for $16.49 as well as outdoor tables, kitchens and tablet sets.  The Pack Away Set comes in three selections, a standard table for four ($129.99) or a family size ($147.99), each with a large table and two opposite padded benches for seating.  You’ll need a large portable awning or screen room to provide shade for this set.  Finally, there is the Pack Away Set for two at just $72.49 for a table and two stools. 

Coleman folding chairs are inexpensive and can help you relax when its time to sit outside the RV and meditate on what a wonderful it is “out on the road.” 

By Frank Rolfe
Frank Rolfe is a mobile home park investor and owns over 100 parks with his partner Dave Reynolds. Frank also leads regular Mobile Home Park Investing Bootcamps through the


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