Whether you’re one of the many who have discovered RVing to be a great travel alternative, a veteran RVer who’s cherished time on the road a little more this year, or you have an RVer in the family, we hope you’ll be able to spend time with the ones you care about. If not, consider spreading some cheer by sending a gift or two. Handy, fun, and convenient, here are some of the gifts we think will make any RVer on your list smile this holiday season.
Did you take an amazing RV trip this year that you want to remember always? Whether you whale watched in Cape Cod or went river rafting in the Grand Canyon, there is probably a See America print that will help you recall those fond memories whenever you look at it. You can buy the posters unframed or framed.
Personalized campsite sign
If you have strolled around a campground, you know RVers love their personalized camping signs. It’s one of the first things to get setup once the rig is parked. There are tons of options out there, but we personally love Creative Designs 77 and the Black River Wood Shop. Creative Designs 77 are fun and colorful, while the Black River Wood Shop offers rustic, outdoorsy options. Between the two shops, you will find something you love!
Share your memories
A shadowbox is a thick frame with space inside to put small objects. This is great for your travel companions because you can combine your favorite photos with your favorite souvenirs. Use a matte background or get creative with maps, postcards, or scrapbook paper. Then, paste your favorite trip images and tokens inside the shadowbox for a unique layering effect.
With a custom printed photo backdrop or a vinyl banner, you can bring your favorite places and memories home with you. These photo backdrops are great additions to offices, guestrooms, or even just framed in your hallway. Not only do they make your photos look professional, but they’re a unique way to accent your travels in your home.
We read so much media on devices these days, but there is nothing like a good old fashioned magazine. Give your sweetie the gift of something to read around the campfire in the coming year. ROVA Magazine is full of wonderful tales of road trips and adventures. It’s the perfect present for anyone with a serious case of wanderlust.
See You at the Campground
This family-friendly guide for camping with kids and infants is authored by our friends Stephanie and Jeremy Puglisi, contributors to the Jayco Journal and hosts of the RV Atlas podcast. From hiking with infants to navigating RV camping in state parks and camping in national parks―these outdoor lovers have tried it all, and this beautifully illustrated camping book for adults is packed with personal anecdotes, packing lists, site recommendations, and recipes that will help you create a one-of-a-kind vacation on a family-friendly budget.
You may not know it, but the adult coloring book craze has swept the nation, and there are now a ton of fun options for an artistic loved one. We loved the Happy Campers Coloring Book, which is full of whimsical trailers and inspiring quotes. Don’t forget to include a pack of colored pencils!
Want to save the hassle of lifting and shaking the propane tank to guess how much gas is left? A quick swipe with the Truma LevelCheck will show exactly how much propane is still in the tank.
TastePure 25’ heated drinking water hose
Give the gift of an extended camping season with this TastePure heated hose. Even if the temperatures dip below freezing, the water will still keep flowing into the RV.
Blackstone 17 Gift Bundle
The Blackstone 17” tabletop griddle is perfect for quick day trips or as a companion to your grill. With a built-in hood, this griddle has proven extremely versatile—from breakfast, lunch or dinner. This bundle includes all the gear you need to cook safely, cleanly and, of course, deliciously almost anywhere.
Bristle free grill brush
Still using a bristle brush? It’s time for an upgrade. A bristle free brush will guarantee the only thing added to that burger is awesome flavor.
Igloo freestanding ice machine
There’s nothing like a cold drink after setting up camp, and this ice machine will help everyone chill out and relax.
This Camelback travel mug is a serious travel mug for a serious coffee drinker. It will keep your beverage hot for hours, whether you are taking a morning hike, or swinging the hours away in a hammock.
Estwing 4 lb. Special Edition Fireside Friend Wood Splitting Axe
The campfire just got a bit more authentic with this beautifully crafted axe, perfectly for splitting up big logs and getting that flame roaring.
Petzl Tikka hybrid headlamp and Petzl Noctilight
This comfortable and functional headlamp comes with three AAA batteries, but we recommend tossing them and getting the rechargeable battery instead. The Noctilight Case turns the headlamp into a table light or a hanging lantern.
This gift will satisfy the gear head on your holiday list and provide an amazing campground flashlight at an affordable price point. Made of military-grade material, it’s waterproof and shockproof and comes with a telescoping lens. Never stumble in the dark again!
Grand Trunk double parachute nylon hammock and trunk straps
Your camping companion deserves some time to relax at the campground, and what’s more relaxing than lounging next to the RV in a super comfy and stylish hammock? This model by Grand Trunk supports up to 400 pounds so the little campers can climb in too. The trunk straps are not necessary but they make set up more flexible, especially if trees are farther apart.
Cabela’s Polar Cap equalizer cooler
A cooler that is built like a tank and made to last forever can be the gift that keeps on giving. These Polar Cap coolers by Cabela’s won a rigorous test of high-end coolers by Field and Stream magazine. They even dropped it off the back of a pickup truck moving at 40mph. The results? It took a licking and kept on ticking.
Camp casual mugs
You can buy these mugs individually, or get the whole set with four unique designs. The large size is perfect for a cup of coffee on a chilly morning at the campground, or hot chocolate around the campfire at night.
Ditching the pre-ground coffee is the single best way to improve the taste of your morning brew. This stainless steel Krups coffee grinder is perfect for camping because it is compact and the cord can be wrapped around the base. Since the grinder is under 30 bucks, you can throw in a bag of gourmet beans for everyone’s favorite barista.
Other gifts for the kitchen
Last, but definitely not least, get your favorite RVer excited with branded clothes and gear from their favorite RV manufacturer!