Do you carry extra water when RVing?


Staff member
We bought four of these plastic five gallon plastic water totes before our trip to Colorado last year. We dry camped at two different national park camp grounds that had no water hookups. Water and air are very easy to take for granted until you don't have any, then they become the only thing you think about. We ended up using most of our spare twenty gallons we took with us. Glad we had it.

When you go on a trip where you'll have full hookups, do you take extra water with? We don't, but maybe we should? What do you think?