Top Christmas gifts for the RVer
Friday, November 30, 2018
Everyone loves getting and giving gifts, especially if you’re on the road most or part of the year. Here are the must-have Christmas gifts for your wish list or the RVer in your life.
Propane Fire Pit
The propane fire pit is an alternative option when there is a burn ban or no open wood fires permitted. Design options are limitless, it lights quickly, it’s portable, and cleanup is a snap.
Please know the laws and follow them when using any type of fire pit. A propane fire pit can be purchased at Walmart, Amazon, Home Depot and others.
The Zero Gravity Chair
This chair is made with an outdoor-grade material and coating to brave the elements. It is comfortable, portable, and ergonomically correct. Unlike most camping chairs, this chair will not be blown away in the wind.
So, kick back, put up your feet, and relax by the fire. You cannot go wrong with gifting a zero-gravity chair! Your friends will thank you for it.
Gift cards are becoming more and more popular especially with the RV community. They are small, easy to use and everyone loves eating out.
Just about everyone sells gift cards: gas stations, restaurants, movie theaters, department stores, and stores that cater to the camping community. Gift cards to craft stores like Hobby Lobby, Michael’s or Joann’s are always appreciated because many RVers like to make crafts.
Park memberships are gifts every RVer loves! The America the Beautiful Pass is a pass to over 2,000 federal recreation sites.
Passport America, known as the original and the world’s largest 50 percent discount camping club, offers discounts at over 1,800 campgrounds. Harvest Hosts is a mere $49 and gives you access to over 600 unique locations across North America, allowing you to stay one night free.
Instant Pots are multifunctional and easy to store. They do the job of seven kitchen appliances. They are easy to clean, and you can prepare a meal for one or four.
The newest must have kitchen item is the 3-in-1 Breakfast Station. Brew your coffee, cook your eggs and meat all while toasting your bread all at once.
Most RVers spend their time outdoors, so what better gifts to give than outdoor games like cornhole, tennis, basketball, ladder golf, frisbee, KanJam and bocce ball.
These include cards, Skipbo, Phase 10, Dice, and board games for the rainy days.
For example, T-shirts with their favorite team logo, cute RV sayings, and in today’s world, their “travel” name. Many families come up with a “traveling” name that they use on their social media accounts.
This allows their followers to find them. I used The Fun Family for my "traveling" name. A personalized gift is well-received and can be used year-round.
When buying a gift for a fellow RVer, here are a few things to keep in mind:
- Is there room for it?
- Is it breakable?
- Is it useful?
- Is it on their wish list?
- Is it something you would use?
Merry Christmas and happy camping!
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