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Old 07-04-2013, 04:19 PM   #1
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Seasonal campsite photos

We just signed the lease on our first seasonal campsite in Indiana. We'll be setting up in about 2 weeks. I have a lot of ideas on how I'd like to arrange things but I would like to see some photos of other people's seasonal sites for ideas. Please post em if you got em.....thanks!!
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Old 07-04-2013, 04:52 PM   #2
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There are a million in the seasonal camping thread. I also got ideas on line and in the park. Have fun setting up. It's work, but of a satisfying nature. Here are some from our set up. The deck was built to level of door for ease of walking in and out with stuff like beverages, food, etc. and not having to balance them walking down steps. Also, went with indoor/outdoor carpet and wrought iron so we don't have to stain/treat/stain/treat. Just vacuum now and then. The firepit was bricked around once to keep feet out of grass (mosquitos). We plan to add rows of bricks later to make more of a small patio.
The grill is by the shed, but in easy reach of the table and chairs on deck. Shed has a ramp so we can drive the golf cart in. Wood rack to keep wood off of ground, keeps critters from nesting. So, there's the pics with explanations of why we chose certain elements.

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Old 07-04-2013, 05:07 PM   #3
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There are a million in the seasonal camping thread. I also got ideas on line and in the park. Have fun setting up. It's work, but of a satisfying nature. Here are some from our set up. The deck was built to level of door for ease of walking in and out with stuff like beverages, food, etc. and not having to balance them walking down steps. Also, went with indoor/outdoor carpet and wrought iron so we don't have to stain/treat/stain/treat. Just vacuum now and then. The firepit was bricked around once to keep feet out of grass (mosquitos). We plan to add rows of bricks later to make more of a small patio.
The grill is by the shed, but in easy reach of the table and chairs on deck. Shed has a ramp so we can drive the golf cart in. Wood rack to keep wood off of ground, keeps critters from nesting. So, there's the pics with explanations of why we chose certain elements.

Very nice setup. Thanks for sharing.
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Old 07-04-2013, 05:46 PM   #4
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My pleasure. I would add that try to keep your fire pit so that wind will not blow the smoke at your camper or other campers. Usually, wind blows in one direction, more than others. I hate to state the obvious, but we learned little things along the way.
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Google......why didn't I think of that?? You my friend are an absolute genius.
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Here's some shots of our seasonal site:

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I have to say, I'm at the Thousand Trails Kenisee Lake campground in north-east Ohio (near Jefferson, OH). It has some of the nicest seasonal sites that I've *ever* seen!
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I'd love to put a couple photos out here of our site but it must be beyond my ability !
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