RV Packing Necessities
This section can always be tailored to your personal likes and preferred activities, but universal items include camping chairs and a portable hammock, like this one from Coalatree.
Other staples for most RVers can include binoculars, sun screen bug spray and a camera, along with a backpack for nature hikes.
Other necessities include flashlights or headlamps, a heavy-duty extension cord and a portable power station. The one pictured below great for any emergency as well as many conveniences, such as cell phone charging.
Although most campgrounds provide them, some RVers pack their own portable fire rings and portable grills. A quick check at your reserved campground will let you know if these two items are needed or not.
For the outdoors enthusiasts, items such as fishing gear, bikes or kayaks can be safely attached to the back of the RV or in any outer, underneath storage compartments. For the kids, don’t forget the S’mores kits, outdoor games such as Giant Jenga or Cornhole, and water toys such as boogie boards or tubes.