If you’re heading out this season, it’s time to add a few fall essentials to your camping gear!
Electric Space Heater
It’s a good idea to have an electric space heater when camping in colder weather. It can supplement your furnace, or act as a back-up heat source if you run out of propane or your furnace fails.
RV Traveler’s Choice Leveling Blocks
Fall camping often means muddy campsites! We love how easy the RV Travelers Choice leveling blocks clean up; just spray them down with your hose, dry them off, and pack them away.
Humidity will build up inside your RV in the colder months. To combat this, open your vents or crack open a window to allow air circulation, use your vent fans when cooking or showering, and use dehumidifying crystals to soak up any remaining moisture.
We highly recommend equipping your RV with roof vent cushions, available at most RV Care stores. The inexpensive foam insulates your vents and prevents heat loss, making your ceiling more energy efficient.
Swap out your summer bedding for warm flannel sheets, a heavier quilt, and extra throw blankets. Adding an Electric blanket is also a great way to stay warm at night.
Take your campfire coffee to go as you head out on the trails. Add a few insulated travel mugs and thermoses to your kitchen gear in the fall.
Camping off-season often means camping off-the-grid. Solar energy is a great upgrade that will add comfort to your cold-weather camping, with a variety of options based on vehicle size and energy needs. Check out the solar power options that we recommend.
Head in to your local RV Care dealership to find everything you need for a comfortable trip this fall! Check out our website to locate your nearest dealership.