If you’ve been RVing for long enough, chances are you’ve discovered a wide range of camping tips that make life more enjoyable and traveling easier. We put together a list of five tips that will change your life and are completely share-worthy. Trust us, once you read and try these genius camping tips you’ll have a hard time to going back to camping as it was before.
Ants | Prevent ant invasions by using baby powder to kill small mounds nearby and around seals on your RV to stop them from entering the RV and enjoying your delicious food.
Magazine Racks | Reuse old magazine racks to store kitchen items like foil, storage bags and wax paper. It keeps them out of the way, is green, and frees up more space in your cabinets. Adhere to the inside of cabinets using sturdy screws and you’ll be good to go.
Freeze Food | Before hitting the road freeze your food so you require less ice. This helps keep your food from spoiling and lessens the weight in your cooler and RV.
Campsite Selection | Choose a campsite that sheltered by healthy tree. Ensure there aren’t any broken limbs hanging from trees as these can fall and damage your RV or worse hurt someone.
Add Character | Add character to your surroundings to make them warm and inviting. Rope lights around your awning, an area rug to lessen dirt. These all come together to make your camp site your own.
No longer is camping relegated to tents and icky food. Thanks to modern amenities found in today’s RVs you can enjoy the great outdoors, without sacrificing on comfort. These simple tips work to only enhance your experience.
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