Have you ever heard of Glamping or Glamour Camping? Don’t be left behind. Take glamping to the next level and get your RV in tiptop shape. The experience of Glamping is becoming a growing global phenomenon as an alternative to camping the ole’ fashion way – roughing it.
1. Install a Sound System
Imagine it: Speakers mounted on the outside, a few set up inside and you’re one good song away from a camping dance party. Install a sound system that comes with a remote control so you can manage the tunes whether you’re in the kitchen or lounging by the campfire.
2. Your Total Entertainment Center
If you’re going to do it, why not go all the way? Install an LCD TV, gaming system and satellite dish to grab cable wherever you are. This takes glamping to a new level; with an entertainment center in place, you may never want to leave your RV again.
3. Safety System
Backing up and parking an RV is no easy task. Add an extra level of safety with a camera system. A number of manufacturers have begun building full color, high-quality cameras to display on a 7-inch monitor for the driver.
If you travel with children, you can also install cameras throughout the RV. This is helpful when kids play in the back of the van while you drive up front.
4. Electric Fireplace
If you enjoy RV camping year round, you know the benefit of an having electric fireplace inside. Though some may consider this a glamping accessory, it’s actually quite necessary for winter travelers. Watch snow fall outside from the comfort of your heated RV. And, on those early spring mornings, it’s just what you need to enjoy a fresh breakfast in warmth.
5. Stay Cool With AC
When winter turns to summer, humidity and heat can be miserable, especially when you’re trying to get sleep. Install an RV friendly air conditioner, or central AC system, to stay cool on the hottest of months.
With technology moving at an unbelievable pace, RV’s are looking pretty awesome these days. These items are ideal when you have visitors. Make space when you need it, but tuck it away when you don’t. Happy Glamping!
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