Now that you’ve finally got your hands on your RV, or you’ve had one for awhile and you’re getting ready for your trip out then, you’d definitely hate to be miles out in your trip just to realise that you’ve forgotten something important or wish you’ve bought something else along. Well, don’t you worry because we’ve got all the RV essentials that you’re going to want to bring along with you. You might not even know that you needed these!
Unless you want to roll away into the unknown while you’re sleeping at night, you’re definitely going to want a pair of wheel chocks. Just stick these under your wheels against an incline when you’re not around or paying attention to your RV and your RV won’t go anywhere.
Collapsible Storage Bowls with Lids
Your RV might look empty right now but before you know it, it’s going to be filled to the brim with things you didn’t even know you had but don’t want to throw out. This is where these collapsible storage bowls strive. These things save you an unimaginable amount of space. If you don’t need to use the bowls or plates, simply squish them to less than half their size and store them somewhere.
A swell bottle is definitely needed for when you go out on your camping trips in your RV. The Swell Bottles are absolutely amazing at keeping your drinks hot for many hours. Fill one of these up with some hot soup and you’ll still have some hot, delicious soup by the end of the day. Perfect for when its cold out and you need to warm up a little.
Camco RhinoFLEX Sewer Hose
If you’ve an RV you probably already have one of these since it’s hard to get by without one. However, you’re going to want one with a good and secure connection. This Camco RhinoFLEX sewer hose is definitely one of the best out there.
Camco 50ft Premium Drinking Freshwater Hose
Along with a sewer hose, it is imperative that you also own a good freshwater hose. As a freshwater hose comes, you must ensure that you can use it for safe drinking, so no green garden hoses!
LED Tap Lights
These little tap lights are perfect for sticking underneath a table, in a dark corner or even next to your bed when you need to reach for something at night. Simply give it a light tap and you’ll have the light you need to see.
Pop Up Trash Can
These pop up trash cans are another great way to save space, and when your RV is limited in space, then every space counts. If you’ve no use for the trash can, then you can collapse it and stow it away for easy keeping, and if you have a lot of trash, this thing can erect itself to store more trash
Weber Liquid Propane Grill
This liquid propane grill is definitely on our list of RV essentials. This liquid propane grill can cook you up a delicious home cooked meal just as well as one in a kitchen. The porcelain-enameled cast-iron cooking grates and cast aluminum lid and body make it so that this piece never rusts and your food always tastes amazing. The cooking quality on this device is definitely a ten out of ten.
Weber Portable Cart
While we’re on the topic of cooking tools, this portable cart which you can place your liquid propane grill is a match made in heaven. Imagine cooking your lunch out in the nice outdoors on your grill and all of a sudden it starts to rain cats and dogs. If your grill was not on this here portable cart then all your hard work would’ve been ruined. Not only will it save you from dire situations such as that, but it’s just all in all a very convenient thing to have.
Coghlan’s Tablecloth Clamps
These are the things that you didn’t even know you were missing from your RV. Be gone are those annoying moments when your picnic table cloth starts flapping around in the wind or starts to come undone because someone shifts the cloth. Clamp that sucker down!