Going away on a camping trip in your RV has to be one of the highlights of the year. There are simply so many things to do- go on big long walks through the wilderness, sit around the campfire and play some games, and even cook up some delicious meals for everyone to enjoy. You can go away with anyone you want, whether it be friends, family or a loved one, and it can be almost any kind of holiday you want.
There’s an almost endless list of locations to choose from and it really is something to look forward to. RVs make this all the more fun, providing a great place to rest, sleep and cook during your travels. Whether you’re hiring an RV or already own your own, however, they aren’t enough on their own. There are still a number of things that you need to make sure you buy, but what are they? Don’t worry, that’s why I’m here; here are 3 RV accessories every RVer needs before their next camping trip.
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- An extension cord. Having been on so many camping trips that I’ve lost count, I can’t state just how important buying one of these is. There are a number of reasons as to why this is the case, with one being the ability to charge or power several things at once. Most good extension cords contain several plug sockets and you won’t have to worry about a lack of space for electronic appliances- no more arguing over who gets to charge their phone next, and no more worrying about not having enough room for all appliances needed to cook the dinner. It’s a win-win situation if you buy one of these, and you’ll be able to stretch them a long distance too. If you need to stretch it from your RV to somewhere else nearby, make sure you buy one long enough. It will be a great buy.
2. A pop-up bin. This is another appliance which I really can’t emphasise the importance of enough. When you’re away on a camping trip, especially if there are a lot of people there, rubbish and waste will always be a problem. The bins that come installed in RVs tend to be quite small and have to be continually emptied and reset. If you purchase one of these pop-up bins, however, you won’t have to worry about that. You can buy one as large as you want and place it wherever you’d like, so you can be really flexible with your choice. After you’ve finished using it, you can easily fold it up and place it somewhere for safekeeping until it has to be used again.
3. A speaker. This may seem a bit mundane, but I always feel like I enjoy my camping trips a bit more if there’s some nice music playing in the background, and a good speaker will supply just that. You won’t even have to spend too much; there are some really good speakers out there for cheap prices.