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Anyone have a recommendation for an outside folding table for the RV. Right now we have a solid four foot table with folding legs. We enjoy setting it up outside to place the grill on, coffee maker and at times for dining.

But, it's long as the table does not fold.  Leaning towards maybe aluminum model that folds three times.

 

Suggestions would be appreciated. 

 



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We have this to hold our grill...works great and rolls small for storage. https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B005G0XFEM/ref=oh_aui_search_detailpage?ie=UTF8&psc=1

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We use a small folding table that measures approximately 2’ wide x 4’ long.  It folds in half and we store it in the truck bed when we travel.  Amazon carries it - Lifetime 4428 Folding Utility Table For $35.  We don’t use it for our grill.  We have a Weber Q grill and it has its own stand which folds down and we carry in the basement of our fifth wheel.  

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Neil and Connie wrote:

We have this to hold our grill...works great and rolls small for storage. https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B005G0XFEM/ref=oh_aui_search_detailpage?ie=UTF8&psc=1


 We have the same.  So handy to carry to gatherings, so easy to put it.  We have another one (small table with folding legs) that we also carry, which can be set between chairs at coffee table height.   



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Our most used table is a 4 foot round plastic table with removable legs. I carry it on top of the stuff in our basement storage area. The legs are easy to squeeze in wherever they fit.

We also have a round folding table made by Lifetime (the white plastic with metal legs) It also goes in the basement storage on the bottom of the pile.

And for those times when we will have family and friends visiting like for 4th of July we carry a 6ft banquet table (Lifetime). It stands up in our shower for travel, braced with a tension rod.

We have a free standing BBQ grill so no need to place it on a table. It also rides in the shower. www.walmart.com/ip/Masterbuilt-Veranda-Electric-Grill/38458561 by the way it's as good as any gas grill we've had in the past and the food tastes just the same.

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Really getting some good ideas from everyone's comments. I could also see adding that small table for between the chairs.

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What about a compact foldable bamboo table?
https://www.recreationid.com/camco/compact-bamboo-folding-table-mpn-51895.html?singleid=368980284
That's the one I consider for myself.



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Check out the KingCamp table that has a roll top for easy storage -- www.amazon.com/KingCamp-Aluminum-Lightweight-Versatile-Transport/dp/B00Q3WE2BM

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Neil and Connie wrote:

We have this to hold our grill...works great and rolls small for storage. https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B005G0XFEM/ref=oh_aui_search_detailpage?ie=UTF8&psc=1


 X2 on this table.



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Thanks for the feedback everyone. I appreciate the several examples. 

I ordered the Coleman several suggested. Turned out it was on sale so that's a bonus.

A small table to go between the chairs is on our radar - if you have a recommendation that would be great.  And we might still go with a 5' foldable as well based on how we have used our 4' table in the past.  Our current 4' table is damaged and does not fold so needs replacing anyway.

 



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I use a wooden table (oak, in my opinion) 3 by 4 inches. I am very pleased with it, it has great loads and looks just fine! I would gladly say where you can buy it, but my wife did it. Now she is not there, if necessary I will ask

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