Compact, durable, functional … the gear for RV living has to meet many requirements or it just won’t make the cut. These are the products that make our Winnebago feel like home.
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A must for RV living! Keep your pet from bolting out the door or tripping you in the kitchen with a folding pet gate.
The Neater Feeder helps keep pet food and water messes to a minimum in the RV. The rubber feet keep if from sliding, and the built-in well captures sloshed water.
Chilewich floor mats are every bit as pretty as a rug, but better suited for RVing. Woven from plastic with rubber backing they’re indestructible and easy to clean.
Our vacuum works hard, and it seemed we were always buying replacements. Now we’ve invested in a Miele vacuum that has the perfect attachments, is easy to store, and will last for years.
If you bathe your dog in the shower, you know cleaning the fur from the drain isn’t fun. The Tubshroom makes clean-up easy! Just lift and wipe the fur away.
When your campsite has electricity, ceramic heaters are the best way to keep your RV warm. They’re quiet, cool to the touch, and have built-in thermostats.
Looking at a dish drainer resting across the sink top is hideous, but few drainers fit inside small RV sinks. This drainer keeps drying dishes out of sight and fits perfectly.
Everyone keeps leftovers, but where do you store the food storage containers in an RV? These collapsible containers stack, and are freezer and microwave safe.
Storage and counter space is at a premium in most RV kitchens, so hang your knifes on the wall! This magnetic rack keeps knives handy, but out of the way.
The Instapot is fast, convenient, and makes an amazing variety of food. Even better, you can enjoy your day, and dinner’s ready when you get back!
We cook more in the RV than we did when we lived in a house! Rod’s our on-board chef, and he swears by this ceramic cookwear that nests for easy storage.
Who says camping means “roughing it?” With a stovetop espresso maker, you can have all your favorite coffee beverages and enjoy nature at the same time.
Rod and I agree on most things … except our morning beverage. He’s a coffee guy, and I love tea. We use the electric kettle daily for tea, coffee, and oatmeal.
If you love french press coffee, but hate the clean-up, the AeroPress if for you! This small french press makes one cup at a time, so it’s always fresh.
A milk frother in an RV? You betcha! When we’re hankering for a cappuccino or chai tea latte, our milk frother is an extravagance we can’t live without.
Drinking wine from plastic glasses? We’re RVers … not barbarians! The silicone sleeves on these wine glasses protect them from casual breakage.
A comfortable camp chair that folds up for easy storage is an absolute necessity. These Timber Ridge chairs are heavy-duty, have built-in cup holders, and look great.
There’s something about cooking on a charcoal grill that goes with camping! This Cobb grill is perfect for two, and it’s compact design and travel bag make it easy to store.
For those chilly nights, there’s nothing like a propane fire pit. Simple to use, it warms up quick, and you won’t walk away smelling like smoke!