Living in an RV has it’s challenges such as where to store everything from food to your cooking tools. Having prepared many meals in a small RV kitchen for several years now, we’ve finally mastered the art of small kitchen organization and storage. We admit, it can be a bit of a challenge trying to utilize every inch of kitchen storage space without having to sacrifice having easy access to our food, condiments, kitchen tools and supplies.
Winterizing your RV or camper is essential before putting it into storage for the winter season. Regardless if your RV is a motorhome, travel trailer, fifth wheel, truck camper or even camper van, we’ll show you the best winterizing procedures are necessary for all of your RV’s systems and components.
One of our least favorite chores as RV owners is emptying our gray and black tank. This means we need to have the proper storage of our motorhome’s sewer hose. Alas, we found an easy-to-install RV sewer hose storage carrier that to store our sewer hose aka the stinky slinky!
We all know that RV Kitchens are tiny and tight on storage space. But that doesn’t mean we have to compromise by limiting our kitchen necessities. It also doesn’t mean we should have to constantly worry about messes made going down the road. As RVers, we also have important other storage concerns such as weight and displacement. Since our fifth wheel and now our small Class C motorhome has even more limited space and weight capabilities, we needed clever and creative kitchen storage solutions.
RV and Camping Hacks are inexpensive remedies utilizing objects that are meant for other intended purposes. Through our years as full-time RVers, we’ve come up with our own list of cheap camping hacks and tips to make living in an RV motorhome or camper trailer simpler.