We have personally experienced that many motorhomes are rented with little to no included equipment or that you have to pay extra for things that you need.
Since, as a non-motorhome owner, you do not own many of the little things that make life on a campsite or in the great outdoors comfortable, we made the decision to rent our motorhome with everything you might need on board – we will spare you the disappointment of not being able to drain your pasta or open a can on your first night out.
We want to make your vacation as easy and relaxing as possible.
This is what we include:
We are constantly updating this list – if you think we’ve missed anything, please let us know so we can add it to our list.
- bottle of gas
- Percolator (bring your own favorite coarsely ground coffee / loose tea)
- Dishware + cutlery for 6 people
- Potato peeler / cooking spoon / can opener / corkscrew / bottle opener / sieve / scissors
- Toilet chemicals & some toilet paper (please make sure you only use camping toilet paper or simple two-ply toilet paper, otherwise the paper will not dissolve sufficiently)
- Hand broom and dustpan
- Plastic washing bowl
- Power cable / adapter cable 45m
- Camping furniture set (4 chairs, table)
- a few of board games
Although we’ve packed these items for you, there are still a few things to consider before you leave.
We have put together a list of a few basics that you should bring along when going on vacation in a motorhome.
Anytime you pack for a motorhome trip you must consider weight – especially in a camper of this size and with so many extras!
Thus, when you go on vacation with a motorhome, less is more.
With this in mind, here are our tips for your suitcase:
- Passport or ID
- Driver’s license
- Health insurance card and information
- Cell phone, cell phone charger
- Credit cards, cash including coins for showers and toilets
- GPS or road maps
- Sunscreen, sunglasses, mosquito repellent/bug spray
- First aid kit with assorted adhesive bandages, gauze and wound disinfectant spray as well as emergency medication for diarrhea, aches and pains and fever
- Rainproof jackets, shoes and clothing, swimwear, water shoes,
- Backpack, sun hat, sunglasses, mosquito protection etc.
- Pillows, blankets, covers (single beds in the back: 80 x 200; large double bed in the front 160 x 200) or sleeping bags
- Hand towels, bath towels, face cloth
- little portable lamp to use on camping table outside
- Bath accessories: tissues, toilet paper, shower gel/soap, shampoo, toothbrush, toothpaste etc.
- Dishwashing liquid, kitchen towels, garbage bags
- A few games for the kids
- Face masks
- and a great attitude (luckily this doesn’t weigh anything)