Camping Supplies for RVs
Before leaving for an outdoor adventure, be sure that your travel trailer or motor home is packed with all the camping supplies that you're likely to need to have an enjoyable trip!
Drinking Water Hose
Use a drinking water hose that is made from materials that have been approved by the FDA to connect your camper to the fresh water supply.
RV Water Filter
Adding a water filter to your fresh water supply hose is a great way to enjoy the best quality water when you are camping.
Make the most of your campground's water connection with a hose splitter. This will allow you to set up an outside water hose as well as connecting fresh water directly to your RV.
RV Sewer Kit
You'll need an RV sewer kit to connect your RV's water tanks to the sewage hookups provided at your improved campsite.
Protect your hands when visiting a dump station or connecting and disconnecting your RV sewer hose from its campsite hookup with these specially designed dump gloves.
Toilet Treatment Solution
Keep your RV smelling fresh and clean throughout your trip with a campground-friendly toilet treatment solution.
This handy level can help you determine when your camper is positioned in the ideal position. It takes the guesswork out of raising and lowering your RV when trying to make sure it's level and ready for camping.
Keep your RV positioned securely in place by strategically wedging wheel chocks under the tires once it is parked. This is a key safety precaution that should never be overlooked.
RV Toilet Tissue
Don't damage your RVs plumbing system by using regular toilet tissue. Make sure to pack plenty of RV-safe toilet paper that is clog resistant, biodegradable, and safe for septic tank systems.
Chances are that you'll sometimes need super heavy-duty utility tape during your RV adventures. Keep a roll of T-Rex Tape in your camper for just such an occasion. This all-weather, sun-resistant tape is highly durable and perfectly suited for RV travelers.
Outdoor Extension Cord
Be sure that you can connect your RV to the power hookups provided at your campsite by packing one or more long, outdoor-rated extension cords.
Waterproof Solar Rope Lights
Make sure your campsite is well-lit with a set of waterproof, solar-powered rope lights. They'll charge during the day and provide soft, LED lighting from dusk until dawn. You can turn them off and set them to blink if desired.
Slide-out Lube & Protectant
If your RV has a slide, you'll definitely want to keep a can of Slide-out Lube & Protectant handy. This aerosol spray is designed to help ensure smooth operation of RV slide-outs by keeping them from getting stuck. It also helps protect them against getting rusty or corroded.
Nesting Mixing Bowls
Get the maximum cooking potential with the least amount of storage space with a set of nesting mixing bowls that also includes measuring cups in a variety of sizes. No RV kitchen is complete without a set like this!
Nesting Stainless Cookware
Of course, you'll need a way to cook the tasty dishes you whip up using your mixing bowls. This nesting stainless cookware set is the perfect solution. Designed with the needs and storage limitations of RV campers in mind, this set even has removable handles. It's the perfect RV cookware solution.
Mini Fireplace Heater
Since electricity is included with most campsites, you may want to pack a small space heater when you go on RV trips during chilly times of the year. This can help reduce the amount of costly propane you need to use to keep your camper warm.
Stay-Put Clothes Hangers
If you want to make sure your hanging clothes stay where they should - hanging on your closet rod - during RV travel, invest in a few sets of Lynx Stay-Put Hangers. These innovative clip-on hangers clip securely over standard closet rods and will stay in place over even the bumpiest roads.
Folding Step Stool
A step stool can come in very handy during RV outings, but they can take up too much precious storage space. This folding option is a great alternative to traditional designs, as it can be quickly and easily assembled for use, then folded up and tucked away for storage.
Camp in Comfort
With the right supplies, RV travel can be both comfortable and convenient. In addition to the options listed here, there are plenty of other camping gear and equipment items to consider. From electric lanterns to rocking chairs for your campsite, there are always plenty of things to consider adding to your stash of RV supplies.