1. Pet Sweater – Happy Camper
For your favorite RVing pet, gift the shirt off your back. Well, not literally. It’s a shirt specifically for your pet, but the sentiment is still the same. Help your four-legged friend show their love for the open road in a stylish way.
2. Dog Toys
While we’re on the topic of spoiling our pets, you can’t pass up the opportunity of gifting a pet toy. After all, they’re traveling around in an RV–the ultimate toy for humans. Pets deserve something nice, like this holiday toy, as well.
3. Bag Chairs
You know that one person at the RV park who is always “borrowing” other people’s chairs? Get them a super-durable bag chair to call their own. They’ll never forget it… and neither will you. It’s the gift that keeps on giving.
4. RV Collectible Toys
Adorable and affordable, what’s not to like? Toys aren’t just for kids, you know. Although I think once you’re an adult, they’re called collectibles instead. Call them what you want, they’re a hit for lovers of miniatures. Add this setup to a miniature Christmas village beneath the tree. Customize the collectible by painting signature colors, or their RV’s name, on the side. With so many memories, RV’s become members of the family too and your favorite RVer will enjoy setting this collectible out each year to recount the travels of the past, and the ones to come.
5. Cookie Jar
You can never go wrong with bins and baskets, but a cookie jar is the best option for holiday gift-giving. Just make sure whoever you gift this to shares the recipe for the cookies they end up storing in here. It’s better to give than to receive, of course, but a little gift in return is okay too. Don’t forget, sturdy storage devices like these are great for holding dog biscuits too.
6. S’mores Caddy
Every camper enjoys a hot, melting s’more around the campfire. After all, is it really camping if you’re not toasting marshmallows over the open flame? The s’mores caddy is the perfect food storage container to keep all of the ingredients organized and in one place. They’ll think of you every time they reach for it, and the kids will always know where to go to grab their favorite camping treat.
7. State Sticker Map
Maps are an awesome way for RVers to keep track of all of their travels across the states, but a states sticker map is even better. Use a sticker map to track your travels over the years. You’ll be surprised what a conversation starter this can be at a campground. Before you know it, you’ve gathered a crowd around the fire pit to share stories of road trips past.
8. The Perfect Tumbler
Staying hydrated is super important, so why not make it easier? Cups and mugs are good, but a tumbler is great. It’s great for getting in that daily water in a stylish, portable way. Any RVer and camper in your life will appreciate an insulated container they can keep in the cupholder for long drives. Easy to tuck in a stocking, or wrap in a bow, sipping from a tumbler has never looked so stylish.
9. Throw Pillow
For the ultimate comfort during all of their RV trips, grab a throw pillow. With a wide range of sayings from sweet to sassy to apologies, they’re sure to smile every time they reach for it. Throw pillows help your RV look and feel like home. Cozy touches will entice the whole family to want to get out and travel more. You might even inspire the crew to RV full-time!
10. Awning Rope Light
Patio lights are fun and festive décor perfect for any season, but awning rope lights take everything to another level. Illuminate the campsite when you’re grilling after dark, or staying up late sharing stories around the fire. Lights are both decorative and useful, helping you see around your campsite and avoid tripping hazards at night. Don’t forget your campsite etiquette and turn your patio lights off when you head to bed.
11. Camping Sign
Nothing says home away from home like a garden flag or a camping sign. Let everyone know that happy campers live here with this sign that spells it out for them. Garden flags and signs are great conversation starters at the campground, and do wonders to liven up a campsite and make it welcoming and friendly.
12. Portable Fire Bowl
Portable and easy to store, portable fire bowls are all the rage. Get in on the trend with this one while it’s hot – pun intended. Propane fire pits and pellet fire pits keep smoke to a minimum, which makes cuddling close to the flame much more enjoyable. Many campgrounds actually ban wood-burning fires, so a propane-powered fire pit is a handy accessory to keep in the RV.
Listen to the gentle tune of a retro trailer wind chime. Do you hear that? The gratitude of receiving the perfect gift. Hang this one from a porch or awning and enjoy the soothing sound it makes every time the wind blows. Customize your campsite with other patio decor that reflects your hobbies, passions, and travels.
14. Portable Satellite Antenna
Unlike other antennas, portable satellite antennas can receive DISH HD programming from one single satellite. Take the DirecTV Winegard for example; we’ve said it before but it is literally the gift that keeps on giving. Enjoy entertainment for years to come with this upgrade. Plus, the setup time is minimal.
15. Rand McNally Tablet GPS
This Rand McNally tablet is the gift of all gifts. Your favorite RVer will be thanking you all year. This is the latest and most advanced GPS system from Rand McNally. It routes you safely with specialized turn-by-turn directions, plus you can call and text hands-free or use the voice assistant to access your phone’s Siri or Google feature. As a bonus, when you’re off the road, it can be used to watch your favorite shows, check your email, and play games. To top it off, the onboard, pre-loaded navigation is award-winning. A GPS tablet it the absolute best gift to give to any road warrior in your life. This one is sure to make any RVer feel like Clark Griswold when he finally receives his holiday bonus.
16. Collapsible Container
In any RV, storage space is always precious. A smart gift for an RVer is storage that stows. A collapsible container like this one pops up to hold things like laundry, toys, blankets, or games. When not in use, the container crumples down and slides into any RV cupboard or drawer.
17. Picnic Basket
When it comes to finding a great gift for an RVer, items that help create memories show thought, care, and love. A picnic basket makes a great gift for RVing families who frequent the beach or park for quality family time. Newlyweds or couples will appreciate this gift for nurturing togetherness and memories. After all, the best gifts aren’t things, but experiences. A picnic basket is a gift that keeps giving as it fosters quality time for years to come.
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