Camping is always a joy for outdoor lovers. It can be even better when you have an RV as that is basically a home on wheels. Load it up with RV camping accessories and experience the best adventure with your loved ones. The following should be on your list:
You can never have enough storage space on trips like this. Unfortunately, space is limited inside the vehicle. Sometimes it is already filled to the brim but you still need to bring more stuff. Worry not because you can always expand capacity through the installation of cargo carriers. Put a hitch cargo carrier at the back for batteries, generators, and other large items. Place a roof cargo bag up top for the things that you will not really need access to until you get to the camp site. You can even bring your bikes, surfing boards, and kayaks with the proper accessories. Install a ladder for ease of access.
Tents and Awnings
Although the RV itself can serve as your home away from home, you may want to extend your shelter options for added space. You and your loved ones can have more legroom for sitting and sleeping with a nice big tent. You can even bring an air mattress for utmost comfort. Campers may be equipped with awnings to shield it against the sun and the rain. Outdoor mats might also be handy if you like a large spread for picnics. Tarps are great all-around sheets. They can provide emergency shelter, equipment waterproofing, and ground cover. If the wind is blowing strong, then it might be good to have additional tent stakes to keep it in place.
There is a widely variety of accessories that can be used in and around the campsite itself. You may consider bringing coolers for your drinks, a grill for your meats, and a fire pit or stove for cooking your meals. Of course, you should have a set of cooking utensils for food preparation. Since cooking and other activities can take time, you probably want to have a sturdy folding chair in your camp for a bit of rest. Flashlights and spotlights will be useful when it gets dark.
If you intend to hike, then it is best to bring hiking accessories like compass, first aid kits, hydration packs, arm sleeves, head gear, and so on. If you want to bike, then bring a helmet and headlamp. Folding bikes will do if there are smooth trails but you will want to bring a real mountain bike for rugged terrain.