Do It Yourself - Water Hose Blog

Posted by Teknor Apex on Nov 30, 2020 10:45:00 AM

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Camping is a lot of fun, and in fact, it's one of the only safe ways for people in certain areas to go on vacation right now. While being crowded in a largely locked down city certainly isn't enjoyable, camping -- whether you're relying on a traditional tent setup or an RV -- can be a great time. RVs, make it easier for people to go camping without sacrificing comfort.

RVs come with enough space for travelers to take a lot of different creature comforts with them. They have beds built-in and offer the space necessary to pack up products not only essential to camping but entertaining as well. Running through a sprinkler or cooling off with a sprinkler hose may not seem like a big deal to some, but when you're camping on a hot day, it can be both a fun activity and a lifesaver.


Those camping for a longer trip may need to bring some products along for the sake of basic practicality, not just for entertainment. With that being said, let's look into some of the products you may want to bring along for a camping trip, whether or not you're using an RV.

1. A Water Hose Certified For Potable Water


Perhaps one of the most useful things to bring on a camping trip is a lightweight hose certified for potable water. Usually, these hoses are blue or white in color and can range anywhere from 10 to 50 feet in length. Check out a variety of our Drinking Water Safe hoses here.


2. Locked Food Containers


Whether you're camping in an RV or a tent, it's all too easy for wild animals to become attracted to your food. The easier it is for an animal to smell your food, the easier it is for them to become interested in your campsite. This can range from annoying to dangerous, depending on the type of animal that wanders over. You should lock up your food products in a hard, secure container that is difficult for animals to smell or access. 


3. Satellite Phone


You never know what could happen if you truly venture off the beaten path to a location that lacks a cell phone signal. It's all too easy for people to become disoriented when hiking and walk so far that they can't easily get back to their campsite. While a cell phone can usually be used in most locations, there are areas in which cell phones are useless. A satellite phone can help you access the authorities no matter where you are, so that you may be safely ushered home.

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