You're about to embark on the search for the perfect gift for your significant other who happens to own a motorhome. Well lucky for you, we already did the heavy lifting. And because we know what's good for the goose is good for the gander, we made sure that all the gifts on this list are beneficial for you too. You're welcome.
No roadtrip is complete without a really good cup of coffee. But packing up your typical coffee maker will make a big mess and take up way too much space. That's where the Aeropress comes in handy. Sitting at just under a foot high and less than five inches wide, this portable brewmaster takes up about one-third of the space a typical coffee maker would. It's easy to clean, makes regular or espresso-style coffee, and can brew up to four cups at once in about a minute. Plus it comes with a zip-up nylon tote bag for easy transportation.
Tiny historical towns, winding roads, and out-of-the-way campgrounds tend to weaken cell signals. An unexpected adventure can be great, but nobody wants to waste gas because they were lost for an hour in the middle of nowheresville when your map app has lost connection. Buy your roadtripper an RV Cellular Signal Booster, and they won't have to worry about dropped calls or GPS shutdowns. (Insider tip: there are some great apps that allow you to use maps applications offline. Learn more here.)
A true roadtripper likes to check off their adventures from the ol' bucket list. With this State Sticker Travel Map, motorhome travelers can mark off a U.S. state as soon as they cross its border. The map is water resistant and easily sticks to almost any clean surface inside or outside of the motorhome.
Even the savviest travelers hit roadblocks for new places to visit. With incredible illustrations and photography, alongside fun and interesting facts about each location, this book will get any slumping road traveler reinspired to hit the dusty trail.
Add a playful vibe to the inside or outside of your motorhome with these adorable multi-colored lights, which are shaped like retro Class A motorhomes. They're perfect stocking stuffers and a sure-fire way to get a smile out of anyone who enjoys a little character with their campsite. Who doesn't like string lights? Maybe the Grinch.
Nobody wants to get stuck with a flat tire. But, alas, it's bound to happen sometime. Every frequent driver needs this handy digital tire pressure gauge. It's a three in one – you can add air, let a little out, or check tire pressure.
We hear from our owners all the time how much they use an Instant Pot Duo on the road. It's easy to use and clean, and it makes meals in minutes. They have so many functions and take up so little space. You can sauté, slow cook, steam, pressure cook, or even just warm up family size portions of food. What better way to serve chorizo queso for your tailgating party? Plus, there are multiple sizes to choose from. Class C coaches might only have space for the three quart, whereas the Class A coaches can accommodate an eight.
Campers love accessories that fold down flat to take up less space when they're not being used. The Coughlan's Pop-Up Trash (or recycling) Can is spring loaded, super lightweight, and made from durable, easy-to-clean polyethylene. It's compatible with a standard 30-gallon trash bag and allows travelers to easily keep up with waste without using excess space at the campsite or in the coach.
Create the perfect hangout space outside of the camper with a durable mat that keeps your shoes from dragging dirt inside. Or if you'd rather go barefoot, the mat is good for that too. It's reversible with the “Home is where we park it" message on both sides and is conveniently sized (choose 8 x 11 or 8 x 18 feet) to cover the entire space you'll be lounging on. Plus, it's made with polypropylene, so it can be washed and dried quickly. Every mat comes with an easy-to-carry storage bag so you can stow it away in the smallest places.
Note to readers: Tiffin motorhomes did not receive any incentives by providing these recommendations.