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Having several drinking hoses, is a must (at least 75'). At some sites, your water hookup may not be close to your camper, so having a longer hose gives you flexibility.
When choosing a hose, aim for 15-20 feet. A clear elbow sewer connector makes it easy to see when dumping is done. Don't forget disposable gloves too.
RV mats are a must to prevent dirt and sand from getting into your camper. These mats are lightweight and allow water to dry quickly too.
Add additional prep space when cooking outside. This one has plenty of storage space and large top that fits a griddle.
A small tool kit is great to have for minor repairs. A drill is great to have for a quick stabilizer set up (you'll beed a 3/4" socket adapter too).
My must-have gadgets for easy food prep are an Instant Pot and Griddle. Easy to use and clean with lots of recipe options!
Having a small and lightweight vaccuum makes keeping your camper clean easy. This one takes up minimal space.
You can never have enough light, We love the solar and battery backup combos. Thermacell options also repel mosquitos.
Command hooks are great for additional storage space. Whether hanging towels, kitchen tools, shoes or more, they have countless uses.
The best part of camping is bonfires so having campfire cooking tools is a must. From campfire grates, to cast iron cookers, there are so many great choices.
An oscillating fan is great for keeping air flowing through your camper. Theserechargeable fans are great for adding to kids bunks too.