Looking for some last minute Christmas gift ideas for the RVers in your life? We’ve compiled some great gift ideas–and all of them are available on Amazon where you can score free two-day shipping with a Prime membership. So even if you’re a last minute shopper, there’s still hope that the gifts will arrive before Christmas. Don’t have an Amazon Prime membership? No worries: Throughout the holiday shopping season, Amazon is offering everyone free shipping with no minimum purchase!* That means you can have all of these Christmas gifts delivered right to the door for no additional cost!
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For the kids:
You can’t go wrong with Legos, and right now Lego offers two different camper/RV building sets for the little campers in your life:
Our son has the Lego City Pickup & Caravan (60182), which features a fifth-wheel style RV with a removable roof and opening side panel. It comes with a cute collection of minifigure accessories (like a little camp cook stove), and right now it’s priced at less than $25.
The Lego Friends collection includes Mia’s Camper Van (41339), which is a motorhome style camper that includes a picnic table, tent, raft, and a folding canopy. Right now Amazon has the set on sale for $11 off.
Calico Critters has this adorable Family Caravan:
For the younger ones on your list, Fisher Price offers a Little People Songs and Sounds Camper:
And for a non-toy alternative, check out Camp Casual’s five-piece kids’ dinnerware set. It comes with a divided plate, bowl, cup, fork and spoon–all for under $20.
For the grown-ups:
An RV-specific GPS system is a great gadget gift for RVers. We purchased the Garmin RV 770 NA LMT-S system a couple of years ago after our regular GPS tried to send us under an extremely low bridge while we were towing (which resulted in Jarrett having to back the camper down a side street so we could turn around). This GPS allows you to program in your camper’s height, weight, and length and then it calculates tow-friendly routes.
A tire pressure monitoring system is another great gadget gift. These systems–which range in price from about $50 up to $400–offer peace of mind by precisely tracking tire pressure and temperature to help drivers avoid a potentially dangerous tire blowout.
When we go camping, Jarrett loves cooking over the fire, and our set of Lodge dutch ovens and cast iron skillets are our trusty sidekicks. This Lodge Cast Iron Camp Set has everything you need to get started cooking over your campfire:
For campers who love pie irons, how about introducing them to a waffle pie iron? Our whole family loves making waffles over the campfire on our breakfast-for-dinner night!
Camp Casual’s product line includes tableware and serving dishes perfect for the RV and camper:
Need ideas that are a bit more budget friendly?
Amazon offers a wide selection of “Happy Camper” themed household products like these cute kitchen towels:
These U.S. sticker maps are fun to display on a camper and provide a neat way to track the places RVers have traveled:
So that’s our roundup of last minute Christmas gift ideas for the RVers in your life. We hope it gave you some shopping inspiration so you can “wrap” up your gift list and savor the moments this holiday season. Merry Christmas!