Driving isn’t just a great way to experience camping trips, it’s a way of life and there are a dozen tips and ideas that might be useful for you. Many RVers start as camping tents and go into the transition to an RV, but whether this is your first time driving an RV or you are an experienced outside and camper these are some basic considerations that will enhance your trip.
If you are preparing for your first RV trip, don’t go alone. You most likely have friends or family members who have done it before. Ask them to join you. You will learn a few things and have fun knowing you have help.
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DIY Hanger Track Awnings
Make your own tent with Paracord! Each one you make will need 10 inches of paracord (melted tip), 1 inch of a 1/4 inch rigid aluminum tube, one M10 washing machine.
RV Camper Clothes Storage Ideas
One way I save space in our cabinets is to use cascading hangers for sweaters and blouses, which allow them to take far less horizontal space. After I bought mine, I found a DIY way to make it.
RV Camper With Lantern
Camping lanterns are great for keeping your campsite bright enough, but many of them are really bright after you take them to your tent! You can make a softer, more diffuse light source using a headlamp and a gallon of water.
RV Camper With Campfire Cone
Don’t forget about desserts for your camping trip! One of the easiest and most child-friendly desserts (I might have just made it) is Campfire Cones.
RV Camper With Wine Bottle Arm
This plastic sleeve is a great solution for when your glass bottle is tapped in the closet. They are a great way to keep expensive bottles from breaking on the road
RV Camper With Towel Holder
Bath products never stay in one place while driving, use this simple hack to make a holder for all your sink needs!
RV Camper With Shoe Rack Storage
The bed is a great place for additional storage. Basically, take the shoe holder, cut it as shown, and cable with thick cables. This is strong enough to hold all your shoes around the frame of your bed.