Are you a camping aficionado? Lucky for you, there are more than 16,000 public and privately owned campgrounds nationwide, according to the latest figures. So if you have an RV, it is time to roam the campsites from sea to shining sea. But before you go, make sure to equip your camper with some of these necessary RV accessories and tools.
A solar device charger
It is no secret that there is a lack of plugs on your RV. To bypass this, bring along a solar device charger. After all, power is always available when the sun is out! These battery packs just need some time in the bright sun, and they’ll provide hours of power to your handheld devices.
Two-way radios are a must-have for any group of campers to keep track of each other at all times. They’re great for keeping in touch in large campsites, during hikes, and even when it’s dark outside so you won’t have to constantly shout.
Sway control hitch
For ease of comfort when driving, you will want to invest in a trailer hitch sway control. This little device will prevent your RV from swaying on the road, which is a significant safety risk. It also works as a brake controller, as the RV sway control system provides simultaneous braking when sway is detected.
Don’t forget that your camper is only a vessel to get you from one destination to the other. You will want to explore the different campsites you end up at, so make sure to get an all-terrain bike to bring you wherever you want to go.
Tankless air compressor
You don’t want to be stuck on the side of the road when you have a flat tire. A tankless air compressor takes up very little space and will be a lifesaver when you are in the middle of nowhere.
Flameless operated candles
Not only are these accessories great for decoration, they are a great source of light. They are also perfect to be used around kids to prevent any burns, and are good if you want to sit under a canopy in the rain.
Folding step stool
Everything is higher than you’d like it to be on an RV. Having a small, folding step stool will help you fiddle around with the awning, reach high cabinets, wash your RV, and pitch a tent.
Keep stock of these RV must-haves and you will be good to go for your next camping vacation!