A camping flag pole should be durable enough to stand up to rough handling.
If you're going to use a camping flagpole for your RV, you'll want to make sure it's sturdy and lightweight.
A quality pole will be sturdy enough to withstand winds of up to thirty-five miles per hour. But if it gets too windy, you'll want to retract the flag pole and store it inside.
Once you're satisfied with the strength of your camping flagpole, you can install the flag. First, attach a PVC joint to the lower section of the pole.
Attach the other end to the first joint with a bungee cord. You can also use a bungee cord to attach multiple products to the pole.
Depending on the size of the flagpole, you may need to stake it in the ground a few feet deep. Also, choose a flagpole that is rust-proof, as it's better to be safe than sorry.
If you're in the market for a camping flag pole, you have many options. You can either build your own or purchase a high-quality pole that's already assembled.
Folding flagpoles are another option. Because they’re smaller than their full height, folding flagpoles are easier to store in the garage and take with you on trips.
They work by pushing up sections of the flagpole and then twisting them back together. This results in a smaller, portable flagpole that can be used in a variety of settings.
Another option is to purchase a kit that comes with everything you need to put up your flag, including the ground sleeve.
This sleeve protects your flag from moisture and is easy to install. It also comes with the RV ladder clamps and special wheel mount brackets.
A fiberglass pole is best for durability and lightweight. The top grade fiberglass used in this type of pole makes it less likely to break. You’ll also find that it can be collapsible, which makes it convenient to store and carry.
Another consideration is the diameter of the pole. A pole that is a few inches smaller can easily be collapsed to less than half its original length. The resulting size can still be tall enough to fly your flag at four metres high. If you’re concerned that your camping flagpole may be too large for your campsite, a smaller size may be best.
The size of a camping flagpole is largely a matter of personal preference, but the size of the flag should be large enough for a group of people to have a good view of it. The poles featured on this page have a top height of about 32 feet, which is pretty impressive, but not uncanny.