Outdoor Nesting Activity Table

Okay, so I don’t know if the title “Outdoor Nesting Activity Table” does this one justice. However, I couldn’t call it the outdoor coffee table with nesting sand and water play table and dry storage. That was a tad too long. Nevertheless, this table solves several problems. The sand and water table gives the kids something fun to do outdoors this summer and the dry storage is a great place to keep, well anything that you want to keep dry and store when you’re not using it. And the best part of it all is that both nest nicely into a full size outdoor coffee table.

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  • Souperman

    This is awesome! Unfortunately my kids would be like “Dirt? Dad we have tablets.”

  • GarbledTransmission

    Going to build this table but have a question about dimensions. You show the tabletop length as 36.5 both above and in the pdf plans, but the plans say to cut the lumber for the top at 45.5. 36.5 seems like it would be a really tight fit, but 45.5 seems to long. Can you clarify?