This “wagon” is built off a utility trailer and is modeled to look like an old-fashioned gypsy wagon. The front carriage and skirting hide the trailer tires and the trailer hitch and we add four facade wagon wheels for effect. Off of one side we have two swinging doors that have display shelves behind for props and betting items and out front of that we place the blackjack table.
We have an awning that comes off from the side of the trailer to bring lights above the playing table and we string lights the whole way around the trailers. The front carriage is sturdy and weight tested and bolts easily onto the front of the trailer. The whole set up is simple and takes only a few hours for set up even with decor. The table folds up and everything goes inside the trailer when we are closed and locks up. The trailer is weatherproofed and sealed so there is no worry about adverse weather conditions.
We also instituted a new dare wheel into the set up. The wheel acts as the punishment (the House’s side of the bet) on a gamble where the participant can win a small prize, but has to do the dare that the wheel lands on if they lose.