This Sheep Camp features steel all around making it even cozier in bad weather. Mounted on a rubber-tired running gear, it also has other "modern" additions such as a propane cooktop so you don't have to fire up the wood stove to get a cup of coffee, and you can light up the place using two LED reproduction lanterns or if you have 110, there is a 110-volt light with a plug-in. Two screened windows - one on the back and one on the side - enable you to get a cross breeze to keep you cool in summer.
Interior of the camp is made with tongue-and-groove Pine wood. A full-sized bed is built across the back of the camp and beneath it is a pull-out drawer the same length as the bed which can be used for storage or you can roll out a bedroll in there giving you an extra bunk. The table pulls out from under the bed and the seats are the benches formed by the sides of the wagon. Boxes built on the sides of the camp, a large opening under the bed, and another area accessed from outside the wagon offer more storage.
When you enter a Sheep Camp, the wood burning stove is on the right. Another traditional structure is the door: it is a Dutch Door and the top would be opened and bottom closed while the herder drove his team of horses from inside the camp. The open built-in cupboards were common also.