The RV Deck is a new portable deck that can be stored in an RV and set up on grass, sand, gravel or any other surface to provide a solid platform.
The RV Deck is 93 inches wide and available in lengths of eight, 10 and 12 feet. It consists of four, five or six panels in a transport case that is 4.5 inches deep. It comes with hardware that allows RV dealers to install the case on the undercarriage of an RV or in the RV’s basement storage compartment.
The manufacturer says the product is lightweight and can be assembled “in less time than it takes to sing a country song.” The panels are made of an extruded anodized aluminum base with marine-grade composite or wood surface materials. Surface choices include teak, mahogany and sapele.
Decked Out RV Products, which makes the RV Deck, also offers the Sidekick, which is an entry deck that measures 23 inches by 48 inches and includes a shoe brush to remove dirt. The Sidekick can be attached to the RV Deck or stand alone at the entrance to the RV. For information, visit deckedoutrvproducts.com.