‘Tis the season for giving! If you’ve got an RVer in your life, you know how difficult it is to give a gift that doesn’t take up a ton of valuable space. The RV life is all about adventure, but everything has to be functional and contribute towards the thrill of the lifestyle when space in your rig is limited. Never fear: this RV gift guide includes items that range from helpful-to-have to just-for-fun.
Camping World’s RV Gift Guide for the Holidays
Whether you decide to gift one or all of the items listed, the RVer in your life will be eager to hit the road as soon as RVing season starts. If you’re an RVer yourself, make a list, check it twice, and treat yourself to a few things for your own RV.
Big, padded, and comfy, these club chairs fold away nicely to save space. More comfortable than your typical bag chair, these are great in your RV and outdoors. Kick back and nap, curl up and read, or simply sit and enjoy the world around you. Warning: it’s easy to lose complete track of time once you settle into one, so plan accordingly.
For RVers that really get around, wall art like the states stickers will help them keep track of—and show off—everywhere they’ve been and everywhere they’re planning to go. They’re made from weather-resistant vinyl, and they’ll look great on the back of any RV. This set includes all 50 states (but can you really take your RV to Hawaii?).
Bakerstone Basics Pizza Oven
Radiant, 360-degree heat cooks evenly and roundly—especially important when we’re talking about pizza. Not only can you produce pizzas that taste like they came straight from Italy, but you’ll be able to bake fresh bread, roast meats, cook fish, and much more.
This oven can easily be set up on gas, charcoal, and pellet grills for convenient cooking. You’ll be ready and cooking before your family and friends settle their debate over whether or not pineapple is appropriate as a pizza topping. How would you vote?
To an RVer, space is everything. When it comes to tables, double-duty is the name of the game. Not only should it fold and stow away easily, but it should include additional storage bins with zipper openings. Bonus points if it has three adjustable heights! What else could you possibly ask for from your camping table?
Mr. Heater Portable Buddy Heater
Want to give your RVer a gift that makes them feel warm and fuzzy? Portable heaters are the best.
The portable heaters are perfect for heating up the RV quickly. The RVers in your life should never let a little chill keep them from enjoying the great outdoors and RVing during the winter months is more popular than ever. Check out our guide to different types of space heaters for your RV.
Five Day Camo Survival Backpack
Safety first! First aid and medical kits like this survival pack provide the adventurous RVer with up to five days of emergency supplies. The heavy-duty backpack contains water, a Mylar blanket, a portable stove, 32 servings of Wise foods, and more.
Coleman Folding Wagon
Sometimes, setting up camp requires way too much heavy lifting. No need to feel like you have the world on your shoulders when you can take a load off with the help of a cart or wagon, like this collapsible design from Coleman. It holds up to 150 pounds of cargo thanks to a steel frame and folds up into an included carry bag for convenient storing when it’s time to get back on the road.
Coleman 70-Quart Xtreme 5 Cooler
When you show up at an already established campsite, you should never be empty-handed. A quality camping cooler like the 70-Quart Xtreme from Coleman is the perfect accompaniment because it’ll keep ice for up to five days. It also holds up to 100 cans and the lid supports up to 250 pounds.
Drinks and an additional seat? What’s not to like about a cooler that can do it all?!
Two-in-One Smores/Chocolate Fondue Maker
It includes stainless steel forks to hold and toast the marshmallows over a heating element that roasts them perfectly—without an open flame. Or, use the melt function to turn chocolate into fondue, and watch everyone dip into the fun of making their own dessert.
Outdoor Solar LED Security Light
Let’s shine some light on an underrated subject – outdoor security lights. They’re useful for added security or lighting up a get-together with friends and family. This solar-powered outdoor light offers about 180 minutes of light on a full charge and produces up to 500 lumens.
Its amorphous solar panel allows it to recharge even on overcast days. It can be set to turn on automatically at dusk or operate on the internal motion detector that detects movement up to 40 feet away. You’ll sleep well knowing you’re not in the dark all night, and your guests will be safe if your gathering goes past sundown.
Didn’t Find What You’re Looking For in This Holiday RV Gift Guide?
Don’t see anything that the RVer in your life would enjoy? Check out our full Camping World Holiday Gift Guide for a wider selection that’s bound to have something that will excite all the campers in your life.