The Definitive RV Supply List

While cruising around one of the many fabulous vanlife/RV/camping groups that the internet has to offer, we came across an interesting question:

What should I have in my RV?

Naturally, we quickly replied asking just how detailed of a list they were asking for. When the poster said they were ready for everything we had–we rose to the challenge and created our ultimate RV Supply Checklist (completely editable, tyvm).

And thus, Our ~Definitive RV Supply Checklist~ was born!

What’s in the List?

We drew inspiration for this list from the gear we carry along on our rig. The mega checklist is broken up into eight categories:

  • RV Essentials
  • Kitchen and Cooking Supplies
  • Food Staples
  • Clothing and Bedroom Items
  • Outdoor Gear
  • Remote Working Gear
  • Vanlife Essentials

Each of these categories lists items that we carry along. However, we’ve left blank pages in so you can add items unique to you and your rig!

Let us know what you think? What will you be adding? We’d love to hear from you!

Happy travels!

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I see you sitting there…Eddies on The Move is a close-knit community of over the road travelers. We aim to provide support for everyone from the occasional road trip to the full-time road warrior. We’d love to have you, so please come learn about #thewaywemove.

Campgrounds owned by People of Color

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In one way or another, I have been a nomad my entire life. It can be said that adventure is at the core of every nomad; surely having a clean, comfortable place to rest is the bedrock on which the nomad plans her next adventure! In our series: Places To Stay, we will endeavor to present to you campgrounds, county parks, and hidden national gems that can provide a place for safe respite. We will begin with the list of campgrounds owned by people of color.

Updated: June 21, 2020

Honorable Mentions: Colonel Allensworth State Historic Park is not actually owned by African Americans but rather is a Campground within the State of California park system. It is mentioned here because this site was once a town established, funded, and governed by African Americans in 1908.

Colonel Allensworth State Historic Park, 4011 Grant Drive, Earlimart, CA 93219, Phone: 661-849-3433 – https://www.parks.ca.gov/?page_id=583&fbclid=IwAR2o_8nExCCKlyobF9d-7sYW6Fmg2wiE8j0XJLJoQXEJCVDOVI57_P6fBAc

While I have not personally visited these sites, I plan to visit the East coast sites in 2020 and report my findings in an upcoming post. In the interim, please feel free to comment or share other sites. We will map them and add them to our database. Until next time: