Whether you’re already managing motorhomes or campervans, or just starting out, renting your vehicle can be both fun and profitable. It’s a great way to provide adventure-seekers, couples, and solo travelers with an unforgettable experience. So, what should you include in your campervan, RV, or motorhome to make sure your guests have an amazing time exploring stunning landscapes? In this article we will highlight some of key details of design you will want to know so that you can provide the best experience for your guests. Read on to learn what you can do to take your camper rental to the next level.

Essential and Fancy Supplies for Your RV

When it comes to what you offer your guests in their RV rental, the range can be from basic necessities to luxurious extras. Essential items are important so guests aren’t left wondering where to find utensils. But you can also spice things up with some creative additions!

The Perfect Kitchenette Setup

Equip your motorhome’s kitchenette considering the number of people it can accommodate. This helps you decide how many utensils and dishes to provide. Here’s a list of kitchen essentials to include:

  • Dishes, mugs, cutlery, glassware
  • Children-friendly tableware if you’re open to little guests
  • Pet-friendly items like a water bowl
  • Kettle, coffee pot, pots, pans, and cooking utensils
  • Magnetic knife rack and spice holder for space efficiency
  • Double burner gas cooker
  • Basic pantry items (oils, salt, sugar, coffee, tea)
  • Fridge and freezer
  • Cleaning supplies, kitchen towels, dish cloths, dish soap
  • Garbage bags and can

Consider adding a milk frother or a single-serve coffee maker for an extra touch. And, maybe include some propane tanks for cooking.

Cozy Sleeping Quarters

The sleeping area is crucial. It should be comfortable and functional, doubling as a dining or sitting area. Here’s what you might include:

  • Comfortable mattress with a waterproof protector
  • Fresh, modern linen with decorative pillows and blankets
  • Extra sheets and pillowcases
  • Black-out curtains
  • Fairy lights for a magical touch

Bathroom Essentials

Even if space is tight, including a bathroom makes a big difference. Here’s what to consider for a self-sufficient bathroom:

  • Portable camping toilet
  • RV-friendly toilet paper
  • Hand soap and towels
  • Sanitary products
  • Wash basins

An outdoor shower can be a nice addition too, even if it only offers cold water.

Fun and Games

Keep your guests entertained with a variety of activities:

  • Board games and card decks
  • Books for all ages
  • Sidewalk chalk for creative stops
  • Kites for beach visits

Just In Case: Tools and Equipment

Equip your RV with some handy tools for comfort and convenience:

  • Pressure reducing valve
  • Tire pressure gauge
  • Septic tank treatment pods
  • Water and sewer hoses
  • Electrical cords and leveling blocks
  • Jump starter and tire inflator

Add-On Ideas

Offer extra items for a small fee to enhance your guests’ experience:

  • Bike racks and kayak/surfboard racks
  • Kayaks with oars (but no life vests)
  • Cargo carrier
  • Outdoor BBQ

Deluxe Additions

To really impress your guests, consider these upscale extras:

  • Air conditioner
  • Camp chairs
  • Personalized outdoor rug
  • Solar panels
  • Portable power station
  • Roof rack
  • Pop-up fire pit
  • Hammock
  • Sun shades
  • Magnetic fly screen
  • Incense holder and sticks

Include a Digital Guidebook

Finally, equip your RV with a Bliss Vacation Rentals digital guidebook. This will inform your guests about what’s included and what they need to bring, well in advance of their trip.

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