3 Great Christmas Gift Accessories for the RVer in Your Life

    Diesel Pusher Class A motorhome and fifth wheel trailer at RV Park at Rolling Hills Casino, Corning, California. © Rex Vogel, all rights reserved
    Campsite beer bottle, wine glass, and iPhone holder.

    Campsite beer bottle, wine glass, and iPhone holder.

    It’s that time of year again when we search for just the right gift to stuff into the stocking of our favorite RVer. So here are just a few ideas to get you started.

    Rand McNally’s latest and most advanced GPS system comes preprogrammed with Rand McNally’s award-winning routing plus preloaded RV travel apps. When you pull into the campground, remove the RVND Tablet from its powered magnetic mount to check your email, download games and stream movies—all on a sharp 8-inch screen. The TripMaker trip planning tool is designed for larger vehicle routing and allows easy entry of multiple destinations. The commercial-grade antenna boosts GPS signals for seeing weather and traffic information, fuel prices, advanced lane guidance, toll costs, warnings, fuel logs, an on-board dash cam that records video of the road ahead, and more. At Camping World.

    Secure all your campsite belongings with a ToyLok, tamper resistant, security system, that secures your property in just seconds, eliminating the hassle of stowing every outdoor piece of equipment in your campsite for safe keeping every time you leave. Simply extend the 15-foot PVC coated self-retracting cable, loop it through valuables and lock it with the specialty padlock. So hit the hiking trails or head for the fishing pond, with ToyLok, your belongings will be there when you get back. Can be permanently mounted to any RV or trailer chassis. Find ToyLok at Camping World.

    Help your best friend relax in the campsite with the ultimate handcrafted holder that brings the enjoyment of beverage and music together. This Phone/MP3 dock/Speaker and wine glass/beer bottle/cup holder includes a 2 wine glass/beer bottle/cup holder and features a passive speaker that naturally increases the volume by 7-15 db (no batteries required). The solid wood top sits atop a leg that pushes into the ground. It stands 28 inches tall assembled and only 12.5 inches disassembled and ready to travel in its own carrying bag. You will find the holder on Etsy.
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