Whether you RV full-time or it’s your home away from home, you want your rig to be as comfortable as possible. This week we’re going to go over some of our favorite RV accessories, from bedding to appliances. It’s always best to have a relaxing place to rest while traveling, and these items will have you living in ultimate comfort while you’re on the road. Read on!
There’s nothing more important when traveling than a good night’s rest, and this affordable topper is the perfect way to get it. Having a comfortable bed will always make you feel right at home.
Solo Stove Portable Bonfire
The Solo Stove Bonfire will burn logs while minimizing smoke, making it the perfect accessory for those relaxing nights around the campfire! It is also great for making your favorite campfire foods like hot dogs and s’mores.
Coleman Camp Stove Toaster
This compact device will toast four pieces of bread at once, all without electricity! Simply put it over your stove or burner and you’ll have some delicious toast for breakfast! The best part? It only runs about $8.
With the Bialetti, you’ll brew coffee right on your stovetop, and it takes less than 5 minutes! This will take up much less space than a Keurig (obviously space is always at a premium) and doesn’t need electricity
Bialetti Coffee Maker
With the Bialetti, you’ll brew coffee right on your stovetop, and it takes less than 5 minutes! This will take up much less space than a Keurig (obviously space is always at a premium) and doesn’t need electricity.
Camco Drinking Water Hose
This Camco hose is extremely durable, being up to 20% thicker than normal drinking water hoses. Being lead, phosphate and BPA free, it won’t leave that plastic-y taste that other drinking water hoses tend to have.
Therm-A-Rest Slacker Double Hammock
In our humble opinion, lazy days in a hammock are some of the best parts of RVing. There’s nothing like cozying up with a book on a summer day! The Therm-A-Rest Double Hammock has room for two adults.
ECO-WORTHY Folding Solar Panels
These 100-watt panels will provide all the energy you need to run your lights, water pump and appliances. Solar panels have finally become more affordable, and if you like to boondock (camping off-the-grid), solar panels are certainly a requirement.
These are just a few of the many awesome RV accessories out there. Please let us know your favorites in the comments. As always, contact us at (800) 231-0425 or visit MidwestOutdoorResorts.com and we’ll be happy to help plan your next adventure today. Happy exploring!