RV Accessories & Supplies - Other Camping Accessories
Other Camping Accessories
So you’re all set up with your camping chairs, bike racks, and sleeping bags… but as any seasoned motorhomer or camper will know, there are a few other accessories that can make a big difference to your comfort and enjoyment as you spend time in the great outdoors.
Take the stress out of setting up your campsite with handy items like a Zempire mallet or a Rovin rechargeable electric air pump. And once you’re set up, relax and toast marshmallows alongside the warmth of a Coast RV portable firepit.
Frequently Asked Questions
What accessories do you need to go camping?
From camping chairs and sleeping bags to gas heaters and flashlights, the list of camping accessories available is almost endless! With so many items available to help make your camping or motorhoming holidays more comfortable and enjoyable, it can be tempting to head out and buy up large! This can be expensive, and you often end up with items you don’t really need or use. Instead, we recommend starting off with just the basics, then add to your stock of camping accessories as you travel more.
What should you not bring camping?
Camping is all about getting away from the daily grind, relaxing with family and friends, and taking time out. It’s also important to consider other campers and the environment when you’re thinking about what to pack.
With that in mind, we suggest that there are a few things you might like to leave at home when you head off on your next camping adventure!
- Noisy toys for the kids that might annoy other campers.
- Glass or ceramic items that could break easily.
- Fire accelerants that could increase the risk of a fire getting out of control.
- Work! We’re all getting used to working away from the office but bringing work (and kids’ homework) on a camping trip can put a real downer on your holiday. If it can wait, then leave it at home!
- Excess packaging – when you’re connecting with nature it’s a good time to think about reducing your carbon footprint. Avoid bringing items that are wrapped in plastics or excess packaging.