Great Christmas Gifts for RVers

christmas gift

Hopefully you’ve started Christmas shopping for your loved ones and friends. If you haven’t you better get out there! Getting your Christmas shopping done in advance saves you time and worry, and gives you the opportunity to enjoy Christmas desserts and spending time with your family. If you’re looking for a gift for the special RVer in your life, check out our list of practical and fun ideas.


OK, so this might not be an option for you, but if you’ve been looking to start spending more time with your family and have budgeted for a Christmas gift that will keep giving, look no further than an RV. We’ve got a large selection of new and used travel trailers, toy haulers, and fifth wheels and offer RV financing. It’s a big decision, but buying an RV for the entire family will help you make memories that will last forever. Now that’s a gift worth giving.

Work Gloves

A good pair of work gloves goes a long way, especially when setting up camp, unloading or loading your RV, and picking up firewood. They’re not the best looking gloves, but they will protect your hands from wear and tear and provide extra grip, so you don’t end up injuring yourself and ruining your trip.

LED Flashlight

These flashlights are super bright and make navigating the campground at night much easier. They also are energy efficient so you don’t find yourself having to constantly change batteries. Buy a couple of mini versions to hang by the door so you can easily access them when heading out to walk the dog or collect firewood.

Comfortable Pillows

A comfortable, cozy pillow that’s dedicated exclusively to your RV makes a great gift. It can make each of your RV trips more relaxing, after all, who doesn’t love a great night’s sleep? Before you buy the pillow make sure you find out what firmness and warmth the person you’re buying it for prefers.

Warm Hats

Whether you RV exclusively in the summer or enjoy a little fall RVing, having warm hats at your disposal is important. Getting caught out in cold weather or with a wet head after swimming in the lake can give you the chills and is just plain old uncomfortable. Even if you find yourself out in the sun, a hat can protect your scalp from sunburn.

Photo Credit: By BlairSnow ( [CC-BY-SA-3.0 (], via Wikimedia Commons




Share Button