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Gift-giving is an art, but it doesn’t have to be a chore. If you have RV enthusiasts to shop for, we’ve got a few suggestions for gifts from inexpensive to indulgent.

Rainbow Fire Sticks [ $5 ]

These fire sticks make for a nice add-on or small gift for people looking to add a little color to their campsite. These simple sticks create a rainbow in your campfire and are so inexpensive you can use them every day. Kids love to watch them sparkle in shades of melon green, candy pink, and baby blue – and if we’re being honest, we grown-ups love them, too.

Nikon ACULON A211 Binoculars [ $140 ]

Binoculars are an essential tool for campers, especially if your special someone is a nature enthusiast. Whether you use them to scout out areas for camping or to watch the wildlife, no other binoculars come close to the Nikon ACULON A211 in the $100 price range.

The DJI Phantom Drone [ $500 ]

Why not branch out into something totally new? Flying drones is the fastest growing activity among RVers because it goes hand in hand with exploration and discovery. You can take a look at what’s around the corner or film your surroundings from above. Drone technology has come far enough that they are easy to manage and the learning curve to operate them has certainly gone down since they first became popular. If you’re looking to gift a good entry-level drone that’s easy to handle, customize, and operate, look at the DJI Phantom, one of the most popular drones on the market.

The Otto O.F.B Grill [ $1,050 ]

What’s better than the smell of a steak cooking after a long day of outdoor activity. Cooking them in a frying pan, however, quickly makes an oily mess out of an RV and can result in slippery floors. This new, high-tech, compact oven made by Otto not only solves that problem, but the Otto also makes perfectly cooked steaks with a charred crust. The Otto functions as a high-octane grill, so even if steak isn’t your thing, you’ll find plenty of ways to use it for cooking on the road. The Otto heats up in three minutes and cooks steaks at a temperature of 1700 F. It’s easy to clean and is powered via a propane tank. This is convenient for RVs where electricity is a precious commodity and space is scarce. The Otto is a luxury item, but if you’re looking to invest in an oven for an RV, it’s worth the money.
We hope we’ve given you some gifting inspiration. Stay tuned for our 2017 holiday gift guide, coming later this year.