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Black’95




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Does anyone know a supplier for an outside shower like this? I think it might be a nice addition to my conversion van. It looks like it folds up and down against the side of the van.
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Cabela’s Click here.

TexsportKamp-Rite click here
Or just do a Bing.com search Click here.


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I did a GOOGLE SEARCH and came up with several hits…

camping outside shower
Mouse click on the one that catches your fancy for more info

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Here you go……..Link

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Or: make your own with PVC and a shower curtain.

Buy 2 boat station mounts are screwed to the exterior wall, which allows pipe and shower curtain to be attached to it creating a quick and easy outdoor shower.

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You will also need one of these

Portable Shower Deck



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While all of these answers thus far give examples of outside showers (and I have the Texport type and it is great) NONE of these answer the OP’s question. The one he shows certainly appears to be a kit that attaches to the outside of the trailer and folds up as a unit. Downtheroad’s response has probably come closest.

To answer the OP’s question – I’ve never seen onr like the one you posted before. It certainly looks interesting. I hope you someone here on the forum actually has a real answer for you.



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The picture shows it lining up with the top of a popup trailer. That would not be tall enough for a person to stand up in! Maybe for a child, but not an adult.


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Looking at the OP’s photo again, that tent camper trailer looks like something that would used in the outbacks of Australia, you know, one of those rugged off-road campers. If this is the case, then most likely it was custom built and attached to the side of the camper. Looking closer, you can see it’s actually attached. Looks like it’s got a spring loaded gas filled arm, and looks like the shower curtain may just fold up under the roof, the roof folds down on the side, probably has a snap catch of some type to keep it from flipping open when traveling.

If this be the case, this one was probably custom make. If so, one could be fabricated pretty simple with just a shower curtain and small shower basin, or low flat tub for the roof. Looking at it more with the suggestions above, it looks either home-made or custom made and attached to the camper. You may never find another one like it.



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Thanks for all your replies, especially DutchmenSport for your suggestion that it was Australian. They encouraged me to do some more digging and I found it. It is called the “pop up shower cubicle” option on the Australian made Trayon Campers. Don’t know if I will be able to find a supplier, but at least I know where it came from. And with downtheroad’s and DutchmenSport’s suggestions, I might just tackle the project of making one.


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