Sunday, June 01, 2008

Camping pods

Nell Card in The Observer takes a look at camping pods, a cross between sheds and tents, at Eskdale Camping and Caravanning Club Site. They are built by Newfoundland Leisure Lodges who call them 'wooden tents' using local timber and sheep's wool insulation. Here's how Card describes them:
"Inside, there's plenty of headroom and not much of anything else. There's a hard foam floor, a small window and an LED light on the ceiling. And that's it. Outside, each pod has its own raised wooden decking area where our neighbours had set up some impressive temporary kitchens."


  1. Anonymous2:42 AM

    Nice design. Reminds me of arch structure of the Abod you featured several weeks ago.

    As a shed space, floor heating would be nice.

    Bill D

  2. I enjoyed your design. It is very pleasant to view your design.
    Thank you

  3. I agree it's a nice design. Will Pod camping catch on like Yurt camping has for holidays I wonder?