Afraid to leave the campground because of your residential fridge? There are many ways to make the most of your RV boondocking adventure.
Here is a great hack for dry camping with a residential refrigerator, including a must-have RV gadget great for those days away from the campground.
Back before electricity, people used ICE BOXES to keep their food cold and fresh. Most residential refrigerators have fairly good sized freezers. Before you head out for dry camping put a few blocks of ice in your freezer. When you get set up at your campsite, simply turn off your inverter or the refrigerator and remove one of the blocks from the freezer and put it in a shallow Tupperware-like container in the fridge! One or twice a day fire up your generator and turn the refrigerator and run everything just long enough to get your batteries topped off and get things cold again and you’re good to go. (if you’re going to be around you can also turn your inverter on occasionally in between the time you charge your system but usually not necessary) Periodically drain the Tupperware and when the block gets too small just pull a new one from the freezer. Unless you’re camped in the desert in the middle August, the blocks in the freezer usually stay cold enough to keep each other as well as your frozen food hard without needing to fire up the generator very often. Now get out there and enjoy the great outdoors!!
Where do I hang stuff outside when I’m dry camping?
When you are boondocking you often need a place to hang up wet towels, fishing or riding gear, or other items.. The Ladder Gadget solves the age old problem of where to hang stuff outside your RV.
The Handiest RV Gadget Ever
Made of anodized aluminum and stainless steel, Ladder Gadget is strong enough to hold virtually anything you need to hang. From wet swimming items and fun flags to bird feeders and even a dart board, Ladder Gadget can handle it all! Incredibly simple installation allows you to mount this RV ladder accessory on the side of your ladder, keeping steps clear for climbing.
Install as many as you’d like for loads of hanging space that always looks organized and, when you’re ready to roll, simply lower them into a locked travel position. It’s that easy! Visit us today, and you’ll discover why so many RV owners simply refuse to go on vacation without this RV accessory.