RV Gift Ideas: Christmas Gifts For Your Favorite RVer



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surprised-by-gift-by-merfam.jpg It’s that time of year again when everyone is scratching their head trying to think of something to give friends and relatives for Christmas.

The process of picking out that perfect Christmas gift can have you fighting crowds — as you go from store to store not really knowing exactly what it is you’re looking for.  So, having some gift ideas in mind before you leave the house will greatly reduce the shopping stress.

The RV lifestyle actually makes Christmas shopping easy for everyone.  This is one activity that is loaded with accessories, add-ons and do-dads that every RVer could use. Chances are, you won’t have to look too hard to find that one special gift for the RVer that will make their RVing experience the best it can be.

Here are some great RV gift ideas that most RVers would be thrilled to own…


Levels & Stabilizers

RV Leveling Blocks – Plastic stacking blocks that  weigh next to nothing when compared to wooden blocks.  Neat, clean pads that will take up much less storage space.

Stabilizer Jacks – Stands that will stabilize small- to medium-size travel trailers, giving you a more secure footing when you’re walking around inside.

Stocking Stuffers:

Wheel Chocks – Plastic wedges to keep your trailer from rolling away.

Level Indicators – Peel and stick levels to tell you when your trailer or motorhome is sitting level.

 

Seating

A Good Quality Outdoor Recliner – This is sure to be a hit with everyone.  They’ll be able to enjoy the outdoors in comfort.

Folding Tables – You need a place to set your drink while your kicked back in your recliner.

Stocking Stuffers:

Cafeteria Trays – With compartmentalized sections for your food, it’s guaranteed not to fold up on you like a paper plate.  Now the big appetite can easily pile on the food!

Paper Plate Caddies – These make your paper plate strong; they even come with a cup and can holder.

 

RV Pets

Folding Portable Pet Fence – Give Fido a chance to stretch his legs without putting him in a cage.

Pet Bed – Finally, a comfy place for the dog to call his own on board the RV.

Stocking Stuffers:

Pet Rescue Sign – Make sure your precious pet gets rescued if something should go wrong while you’re gone and he’s left inside the RV.

Travel Pet Dish – You can get one just for food and one just for water, or a combo model that makes feeding your dog on a the go a breeze.

 

Cooking & Kitchen

Portable Grills – Cooking outdoors is mandatory in the RV lifestyle.  It’s easy to choose the right grill when there is such a large selection.

RV Cookbook – These cookbooks are filled with recipes that only use a few ingredients and can be prepared with the least amount of hassle.  Think: basic ingredients with lots of flavor.

Stocking Stuffers:

Cooking Utensils – These cooking and barbecuing accessories are sure to complement any outdoor kitchen.

Flexible Cutting Mats – Perfect for food prep in small spaces, these flexible mats come in a variety of colors per “set” to eliminate cross-contamination.

 

excited-about-gift-by-teamla.jpg These are just a few RV gift ideas to get you started.

When it comes to RVing, you can buy all kinds of nifty add-ons and accessories that will make the RV experience easier and more enjoyable.

It doesn’t have to take a lot of money to find something that your favorite RVer will find useful or helpful.

I know my wife has been bugging me for a nice recliner for years.

This may be the year she finally finds it under our Christmas tree.

 

Curtis

I’ve been involved in RVing for over 50 years — including camping, building, repairing, and even selling RVs and motorhomes. I’ve owned, used, and repaired almost every class and style of RV ever made. I do all of my own repair work. My other interests include cooking, living with an aging dog, and dealing with diabetic issues. If you can combine a grease monkey with a computer geek, throw in a touch of information nut and organization freak, combined with a little bit of storyteller... you’ve got a good idea of who I am. To date, I've shared my RV knowledge in over 300 articles here at The Fun Times Guide! Many of them have over 25K shares.

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