A while back I did a blog post titled 10 Gift Ideas For RVers, and judging by the feedback I got from them, I thought I would post some more. So here you go, 10 more Christmas gift ideas, and each of these costs under $15. We use, or have used, all of the products ourselves and feel confident in recommending them to you.
50 States, 5,000 Ideas – Published by National Geographic, this travel guide is full of interesting places to see and things to do in each of our 50 states, all illustrated with beautiful color photographs. A great gift for RVers or armchair travelers. $14.97
RV State Sticker Travel Map – Tell the world where you’ve been with this fill-in-the-stickers map of your RV travels. It’s your own personal brag wall $13.99
Vgate Bluetooth Scan Tool – Don’t waste your time and money going to a mechanic when your vehicle’s check engine light comes on. This handy tool plugs into the vehicle’s code reader socket and couples with the free Android torque app to tell you what is wrong. $12.99
Multi-Purpose utility belt pouch – I have two of these and they are excellent for carrying cell phones, pens, keys, and all the other things you need with you during the day but don’t want to load your pockets with. $8.88
Camping Journal & RV Travel Logbook – Now you can keep track of the places you visit and your impression of them quickly and easily. Each journal contains pages where you can list the date, weather, travel information, campground information including amenities at RV sites, a place for a campground rating, room to record activities, people met along the way, reminders of places to see and things to do the next time you’re in the area, and a page for notes for each day. $12.99
Atomic Bear Tactical Pen – It’s a pen, it’s a self-defense tool, and it will break a vehicle’s windows if you need to get out in a hurry due to an accident. Sturdy and well-made, buy several because once your friends see yours, they’re going to want one, too. $14.97
Camper’s coffee mug – The inscription on the mug says it all. You know somebody on your gift list will appreciate this! $11.99
Peterson Field Guide – How many times have you seen a bird you don’t recognize and wondered what it was? You don’t have to be an ornithologist to appreciate this handy guide to the birds of Eastern and Central North America $13.56
Vantax Handheld Anti Barking Device – Nobody likes a dog that barks nonstop, whether it’s yours or in the RV next to you. Using safe, painless ultrasonic sound waves, this will put an end to the noise, as well as repel aggressive dogs you might encounter in your walk around the campground. $10.68
Camping Rules Throw Pillow – Does camping really need any rules? Probably not, but if we must have them, these are pretty easy to follow. $8.29
Thought For The Day – If you want someone who will listen to you every time, to do everything you tell them to do, and always be there for you for better or for worse, get a dog.