Now I know everyone has their own needs and purposes with their campers, so this isn't for everyone.
In the past we have kept our two medium sized dogs in a big crate in the middle of the living area. It's always been a pain trying to squeeze around it to use the bathroom, and then having to break it down and take it outside every morning.
We don't have any kids, and typically only have younger couples our age stay with us, so this seemed to be a perfect option. Plus the fact that the bottom bunk doesn't have an AC vent like the top one does, so everyone either prefers the top bunk or foldout couch.
I used the middle insert that came with our dog crate and bent it to match the curve of the plywood bed frame.
There is a little channel that the door slides down in perfectly and keeps in place in the event that a dog leans up against it and hits it with their paw.
I then mounted it to the wall with two metal wire supports that act as a hinge.
Lastly, I anchored a chain to the upper bunk's wood frame, and ran the chain down the side of the wall.
Total install time was 15min.
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