Originally Posted by BandJCarm
Great info, thanks guys.
I have a 25' 30 AMP extension cord. I'd think if I got one 50-to-30 dogbone and that 30 amp extension cord, I could at least have most power anywhere. If I need a 50 amp extension later, I can get it.
This is not a list of stuff I WILL buy tomorrow.........just picking y'all's brains on what might be needed.........cause I've learned a TON of stuff here I haven't thought of.
I don't recall you mentioning if you do any cold weather camping. If you do one or two electric heaters would be a good investment. I also keep a short heat tape available. This is used to wrap my sewer valve, gray mainly, to keep it from freezing.
Another thought. Plan on using any CG that do not have electric? A small inverter comes in handy. I use a 1000 watt full sign wave inverter for my television (may not be needed), charging batteries such as my cell phone, camera batteries and lap top. It comes in handy when I stop at a road side rest over night. I try to get full service unless it is a quick overnight stop.
Another thought, a spare 20 pound propane tank. I use mine for my outside stove or grill but it could be hooked up if my 30 pounders were to go empty.
A 5 gallon collapsible water jug,
Reliance Fold-A-Carrier 20L Water Carrier | DICK'S Sporting Goods
and a light weight table, under 5 pounds, also comes in handy at times,
GCI Outdoor Compact Camp Table | DICK'S Sporting Goods
A lot depends on the type of camping you plan on doing. These things come in handy for the one night quick stop such as at a road side rest or a night a Walmart. I will be going to S. C. in a couple of months and these will come in handy at one of my stops on the way down. Total cost, not counting the inverter, less than spending a night at a CG.