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Camco 44534 Tan Fastpath Portable Stones (, Ideal for Providing A Solid Stepping Surface and Keeping Shoes Clean, 10 Pack

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Provides a sturdy, solid stepping surface in muddy areas
Great as stepping stones-helps keep shoes clean
Carrying handle easily twists to secure blocks together for storage
Cut-out design makes for fast and easy clean up
Made of durable, UV-resistant polypropylene, made in the USA

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The Camco Fast path stepping blocks are a great asset in your campsite, garden, or in the backyard. They provide a sturdy, solid stepping stone at the entry to your RV, beside your camping water source, in that perpetually muddy corner or a designated footpath through a garden. They can even be stacked and used as a step stool, or to create levels amongst your potted plants. The durable, UV-resistant polyethylene has a cut out design, making it easy to clean-simply hose off any mud, dirt or debris. The set of ten stepping blocks has an integrated Fasten handle that goes through the center of the stacked pads when they are all nested and twists into the threaded bottom pad to hold the set together, then telescopes down for compact storage. Tan

Specification: Camco 44534 Tan Fastpath Portable Stones (, Ideal for Providing A Solid Stepping Surface and Keeping Shoes Clean, 10 Pack

Weight 7.4 lbs
Dimensions 10.5 × 14 × 12.2 in

13 reviews for Camco 44534 Tan Fastpath Portable Stones (, Ideal for Providing A Solid Stepping Surface and Keeping Shoes Clean, 10 Pack

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  1. Carpathianne

    These portable stepping stones are great for the path from patio to kennel. Wearing a path that is water saturated makes it muddy going out or in. When it freezes, it becomes slippery and a fall hazard. Dropping these right on the path it gives a firm traction and safe trek to let the fur-babies in or out. They’re removable when the weather is better. A great purchase towards safety! I have been reading other reviews about this product and I don’t understand why people would try to put hundreds, if not thousands, of pounds onto these plastic pavers. I don’t see how one could use them to level out their RVs. These are plastic, like milk crate plastic, so if you want to use them to put a several hundred/thousand pound RV onto these things, you would be wasting your money. If you are using them to create a safe path through a muddy area, maybe a small “patio” type area (again, maybe) then these are for you.Read more

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  2. FLD133

    These will solve a problem on an uneven concrete patio where water pools in one corner making it impossible to pass without stepping in dirty water that has accumulated after rain. What was annoying was how long it took to peel off the giant label covering half the product though. Took 25 minutes and it would not come off in one piece.Read more

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  3. Mike Richards

    Many reviewers have written reviews of this product based upon them being LEVELING blocks. These are not marketed as such so it’s no wonder that reviewers have described them as being deformed after trying to level large RV’s with them or that they are too small for leveling purposes. They are excellent for what their description describes: being used as portable stepping stoves. I use them as (1) support for my bottom entry step (a step saver); (2) to form a dry walkway area across any wet areas around the campsite and (3) to create an entry way / area into the Airstream that will help remove dirt from the shoes of those that are about to enter the RV. No where in the product description does it describe them being used to level an RV, especially a motorhome so such negative reviews are based upon incorrect usage of this product. Overall a great product. I purchased a set after seeing them being used around a very soggy water faucet at an RV Park in Vicksburg, MS during the monsoon season. I had to stand in an inch or so of water just to be able to hook up to the water faucet. These would have kept my shoes dry while hooking up my water hose to the faucet.Read more

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  4. Cairn R.

    For a long time now, I’ve been looking for pavers. There’s plenty of stone around here and I really didn’t want heavy cement pavers added to the mix. Here’s the list of what I love about them in order of importance to me: * Lightweight – I’m an older woman, laying out heavy cement pavers is hard. These I can arrange and re-arrange easily to get the shape and spacing right. * Color – The bright green pops not only make the path look ‘official’ but they are also easy to see. * Shape – It’s a nice change from the usual options of round or square. * Price – Have you priced individual cement paving stones? Holy wow, it’s a lot. 10 of these for under $50 is a bargain. I already bought a second batch to finish the back yard. * Versatility – These are meant for a more recreational lifestyle than mine but they seem quite at home in my urban backyard. Each one is well supported with stones in and around the pavers, so far they are holding up perfectly to normal wear and tear. This is still a work in progress but I’m delighted to finally have the pathway project underway. Whomever thought these babies up deserves a pat on the back for being clever.Read more

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  5. Glenda M

    We have a food pantry at the edge of a park, and the area in front of it always gets muddy and downright dangerous with ice and snow in the winter. The City put down gravel, but the gravel kept going over the curb into the lawn, and I was concerned for the safety of the person with the lawn mower. I came across these and they work really well – they’re nested down into the gravel, but hold it down enough to keep the gravel from going over the curb. And I’m really sure that they will allow drainage of melting snow and, in tandem with the gravel, definitely prevent mud.Read more

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  6. SSN604

    Love these things. Bought two sets. Make a pathway out of them to keep dirt down in the RV. You could even create a makeshift patio out of them. Great for areas where it rains a lot. You wouldn’t want to walk on them barefoot. Not saying they keep all the dirt out, but much better than with out them. We camp in aspot 6 months each year that has a lot of grass. Again these keep the level of grass way down. Stacks nicely. If we had more space I would buy one more stack.Read more

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  7. ERM

    I planned on making an entry way to my doggy door ramp where it gets muddy…the ground must be perfectly flat and dogs running over just kept them popping up and moving around. the stakes are a little flimsy when there traffic. Just pulled them up after a day and now sitting in the garage……might come in handy for something elseRead more

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  8. Amazon Customer

    Our backyard turns into mush for a few days after every hard rain. It’s rained every day this week. I needed a temporary path so the kids could at least walk to the trampoline without ruining their shoes or tracking mud and grass all over the patio. These are perfect for using only when we need them, removing and storing away easily once the ground dries out. And if I need them down for a few days they won’t kill the grass. PriceRead more

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  9. Darshan Kavia

    Simple and perfectRead more

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  10. Ben

    Camco 44530 Fasten Footpath Portable Stepping Stones Are very unstable on uneven ground and don’t recommend you to buy it for this use. You see from picture a man step on them to enter a RV; however those 3 stacks are not lock together making the steps block going away from each others. Very dangerous. 5* for other use such leveling the wood table on uneven ground or BBQ. But again to use as steps stay away from it and look for the real RV steps platform. Happy RVing.Read more

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  11. GordyNorth

    I have a path to the cottage that has gravel. The gravel of course would find it’s way into the cottage from our shoes. I placed these portable stepping stones in my gravel path and problem solved. I also placed them in dirt so that when it rains no more mud under your shoes. They are sturdy and really level things out. I bought two packages to use around the cottage.Read more

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  12. John Andrew Robertson

    While designed of plastic, these are sturdy units (10) that are easy to use, easy to clean, easy to store. Very pleased. There is some confusion as these are listed with leveling units. The octagon ones are for stepping, not leveling. The others are for leveling, and work well for that purpose..Read more

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  13. christiane

    I used them after a rainfall to walk to my shed where the path has sunk in. They are very easy to store and are very sturdy. Also used them for a friend who had a water leak in her basement so we could put the boxes on top.Read more

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