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RV and Outdoors Holiday Gift Giving Guide

November 24, 2021

‘Tis the shopping season – and whether you’re shopping for an RVer or an outdoor lover, here are some great gift ideas we’ve curated for you!

If you haven’t seen our Gift Guides from previous years, you’ll want to check those out first.

Some things never go out of style, so click to visit:

2020 RV & Outdoors Winter Gift Guide

2019 RV & Outdoors Holiday Gift Guide

2018 Top 10 RV & Outdoors Gifts from Our Travels

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Just every other year, our 2021 Gift Guide only includes items we’ve tried and like a lot – and all the social distancing gave us plenty of testing time again this year!

You can click on the gift photo, name, or price to take a closer look at any gift on Amazon. 

Let’s get rolling!

Right now, you’re thinking, “This looks like a diaper caddy!” And it is…but it’s also a fantastical carry all for an RV weekend! 

Weekend travelers can toss in their wallet, cell phones, small snacks, book, chargers, etcetera, without making 3 trips or dropping it all in the driveway! Less than $20.

There’s no time like s’mores time, and any frequent camper can always use a new set of marshmallow roast sticks!

Especially marshmallow roast sticks with colored handles so you always remember which one is yours! Less than $20.

Not only will this keep your friend or family member busy, it will also make them very popular at the campground!

This portable, free-standing badminton net comes with 4 rackets and birdies, and closes up quite compactly in the base. Around $60.

If your RVer or outdoor adventurer has a dog, they know the joy of having to take them out in the middle of the night!

Make their life easier with this LED lighted dog collar. Around $20.

If you know a campfire lover, they could definitely use this pick-me-up!

Firewood tongs let you place logs and turn wood without getting too close. Less than $20.

Any hike into the woods should be accompanied by a comfortable day pack that can carry essentials, including the most essential item of all – water!

This pack features great organizational compartments and a breathable, mesh-padded back. Around $35.

If you are buying for someone who loves to hike on adventure weekends, they’ll never be able to control the weather!

But what you can help them control is having an easily stashable, water-repellant wind breaker on hand for whatever comes your way. Under $40.

We hope our Gift Guide has sparked some great ideas for your RV and outdoor lovers. Our crew at Road Trip Tails wishes you and yours a happy and safe holiday shopping season! 

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State parks look a whole lot different in winter! You can get in a great visit at one of our favorites. 
If it’s so cold you just want to stay in and read, here’s a good recommendation to get you ready for next hiking season.