Excited about owning your first motorhome? Before you hit the road for that cross-country trip of a lifetime, here’s a checklist of RV accessories for a safe, fun trip!
Bring a along a portable meat smoker so you can grill to your heart’s content. Make sure to check if the device is ideal for grilling and smoking as well as baking and roasting. Grilled meat and vegetables are a timeless classic everyone can enjoy. Have this handy and you can cap off every night with just about all the grilled, roasted or baked dishes you could possibly imagine.
Don’t forget to bring along a couple of chargers. You can never get enough power while you’re on the road. Gadgets that run on solar energy are great too. As long as you’ve got sun, then you’ve got power. Nighttime, though, might make it a bit difficult for you to stay charged. Good thing there are other devices that are powered by light rather than just solar energy. Make sure you research these so you can bring them along as well. It’s always safer to have enough light and energy to last you through the night than to not.
Frozen/Iced Drink Machine
When living off the grid in your RV, it can get pretty hot out. One thing you can do to stave off the heat is cool down with some iced drinks. That’s why packing along a machine that makes iced or frozen drinks a priority. When your shirt’s sticking to your back and your face is all sweaty, having a cold drink in your hand can make you feel better in an instant.
Foldable Step Stool
Don’t hit the road without this. As far as RV accessories go, having a foldable step stool helps you get your hands on a lot of things—from the awning to the top of the cabinets and everything else that happens to be out of reach.
There’s nothing quite like the satisfaction of finding the perfect camping spot, setting up camp and sitting back in your ultra-comfortable outdoor chair—another RV accessory must-have—only for the mosquitoes and insects to join the party. Keep them out by making sure you’ve got some effective insect repellents with you. Otherwise, you’d find yourself spending too much of your time swatting at insects and squashing bugs to enjoy camping.
Make sure you pack these in before you get behind your wheel and drive off—these are five RV trip accessories that you just can’t live without!
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