Christmas is less than a week away. If you’re still struggling with what to get the RV owner in your life, look no further! Here are the top Christmas gift ideas for RV owners.
A Remote-Controlled Beverage Cooler RV living is all about luxury and relaxation. So what better what to relax than with a rolling cooler? Nothing says taking it easy like not needing to get out of your chair. It can roll across a patio, rug, or kitchen floor so you don’t have to. You can drive 12 cooled cans of your favorite beverage right to your chair from up to 40′ away. The water-resistant insulated viynl and a secured zipper lid keep your drinks cold for hours. Plus, this bad boy collapses for easy RV storage. For just $69.95, this is the gift that keeps on giving.
Lost in America Any good RV’er has surely seen Lost in America, a 1985 film that features a husband and wife in their 30s who quit their jobs, live as free spirits and cruise America in a Winnebago. It’ll get a laugh or two, plus it’s a great gift for those traveling RV friends.
12V Slow Cooker They thought of it all with the slow cooker. It’s a 1.5 quart slow cooker that plugs right into your lighter/power socket. Talk about fast food! It has easy grip handles, but better yet it has a glass lids with stretch cords to keep your RV friend’s food nice and secure. Chili anyone?
Countertop Extension What’s one thing every RV’er needs more of? Space! This countertop extension adds an extra 12″ of space to the counters, plus it folds down when not in use. It’s a great way to help your traveling friends do a little renovation that won’t cost much.
RV GPS This GPS does everything, and it’s specially designed for RVs. Your friend can choose the class/type of RV, and number of trailers. Plus there are handy RV checklists available, too. The GPS even has pre-planned three to four day adventures that include unique stops, photos of the locations, maps and more. RV services of all sorts and included on the GPS. It’s an RV owners dream GPS!
Campfire Treats Cookbook Don’t let your friends make the same old stuff over the campfire. This cookbook is loaded with ideas to help spice up campfire cooking. Everything from bacon-cheese dogs on a stick to Philly cheesesteak and fudgy-orange campfire cakes. Is your mouth watering yet? If not, grab this book for your pals and then invite yourself over for some grub!