From the bloggers at Good Life RV
If you get to the campground with friends and family and see dark clouds rolling over your camper, it can be a bit of a bummer. After all, an RVing weekend is a great opportunity to spend some time outdoors, and having a storm park over your rig is the last thing you want! But, RVing in the rain can be fun, kind of like dancing in the rain.Ok, not quite, but with a little preparation you can still get the most out of a rained out camping outing. Here’s what you should consider packing up to stay dry:
Tarps and towels
Ahh yes, two T’s of staying dry: tarps and towels. You will thank your past self when you pack some of these dry necessities. Tarps are great for keeping all of your outdoor equipment dry, from chairs to tents and even firewood. And, if you’ve got campers who want to stay in a tent next to your RV (foolish move), placing a tarp underneath and on top of the tent will keep you much drier. Along with tarps, we suggest you bring along a few extra towels. A bit of rain can make the gravel at many campgrounds turn muddy quickly, and if you make a few trips in and out of the RV you will get your entry way dirty. So keep a few towels that you don’t care about too much to use to wipe away mud.
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