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Check out the ultimate products and accessories for your RV kitchen! No matter a teardrop trailer or big rig, camper or Glamper, this list has something for everyone

It includes everything you might need to stock your RV kitchen– the necessities, the nice-to-haves, and the JUST. PLAIN. EXTRAS.

A stocked, well-organized, and efficient kitchen means good meals and great memories! Scan through the list for ideas that could work perfectly in your unique home-on-wheels!


100 + Products & Accessories for Your RV Kitchen | The Necessities, Nice-to-Haves, & Just Plain Extras



Tableware & Accessories

Dishware Your kitchen cupboard will need a nice set of tableware for indoor and outdoor meals. Break-resistant, melamine dishes like this camp themed set will complement many picnics ahead.


Drinkware Camping means refreshing beverages and good times. No matter what you like to sip on, make sure the drinkware can handle the ride, the drinker, and the fun outside! Go for durable, stainless steel tumblers like Yeti Rambler or Hydro Flaskor sip out of unbreakable, plastic tumblers like Tervis or Newport Tumblers.


Coasters Don’t forget to protect your RV surfaces with a nice set of camping coasters!


Mugs Nothing goes better with a beautiful sunrise than a hot coffee in hand. These double-walled, durable mugs will keep your beverage hot for the perfect start to any morning!


Wine Glasses This GSI Outdoors Nesting Red Wine Glass Set not only breaks down to save space, but is super-lightweight and made of nearly indestructible plastic! Go for a classy-look while still being durable and RV-friendly.


Disposable Tableware Sometimes large get-togethers, barbecues, or reunions lean towards disposable dishes and utensils for easy cleanup and convenience. For this, opt for Stack Man Natural Disposables which are 100% compostable.

Dish Set Made of heavy-weight melamine, the Camp Casual Dish Set adds a little fun to the party. Includes four 11 unique dinner plates, four 8 ½ salad plates, and four bowls.


Solo Cups Don’t lose your cup in a crowd! Keep track of your beverages throughout the barbecue with write on Solo party cups! No pen or marker is needed– simply peel and scratch!


Knife Set The need for a knife set varies between campers and their camp-styles. Some may only bring the basics where others bust out their inner-campsite-chef with a knive set like at home! Consider your kitchen space and cooking preferences when selecting the right accessories for your RV kitchen.


Knife Holder RV space and storage are often the biggest obstacles travelers encounter. If you’re limited on counter space, opt for a magnetic knife holder, a small slot block, or a drawer tray. Additionally, conserve kitchen space and store knives safely and out of the way by mounting knives inside a cabinet with the Knife Safe.


Utensils, Tools & Gadgets




Silverware Unless you’re tent camping or really don’t have room for a silverware set– skip the sporks and 4-in-1 eating utensils! Don’t get me wrong, these are great for on-the-go picnics, but for how much you’ll be using silverware in your camper, it’s best to go for a set that is comfortable and easy to use. In fact, go for a durable, sleek, and sturdy set. Also, lose the bulky handles or elegant designs. A simple and smooth design without crevices or deep grooves in the handles are better for handwashing and getting everything quickly clean!


Silverware Organizer So, you have the silverware but don’t seem to have enough space! Don’t fret. Many campers lack spacious kitchen drawers. Organize silverware in tight quarters with the Joseph Joseph DrawerStore Kitchen Organizer Tray


Cutlery Tray Likewise, Camco’s Mesh Cutlery Tray works for storing utensils after washed with ventilation and drainage features. For larger drawers, the adjustable cutlery tray adjusts from 9″ to 15″ for an easy custom fit.


Cooking Utensil Set All campers need the basics: a pair of scissors, a can opener, a slotted spoon, a stirring spoon, a turner, a ladle, tongs, and a whisk. Some camp cooks may even prefer adding a pizza cutter, potato masher, pasta server, vegetable peeler, basting brush and more to the mix! Some kitchen sets seem to come with everything you’d possibly need. But remember, you only have so much space in your RV kitchen. Find a set that works for you or add utensils as you go!


Kitchen Scissors Every camper needs a nice pair of kitchen shears. The OXO Good Grips Multi-Purpose Kitchen Scissors are strong, durable, and comfortable.


Can Opener Like above, the more you camp–the more you’ll figure out what accessories you need. One thing is for sure, make room in your RV kitchen drawer for a can opener. Don’t get stuck boondocking without a good quality one you can rely on!


Spoon, Slotted Spoon, Pasta Server, & Turner New to camping? If you’re not exactly sure what you’ll need in your RV kitchen, get the basics tools and add from there!


Ladle A nice, hot bowl of soup is perfect around a bonfire on a chilly camping night. Make room for a ladle in your utensil drawer!


Tongs A nice set of tongs, or two– can serve salads, pick hotdogs off of the grill, and more. The best part… OXO offers the choice of mini, 9-inch, 12-inch, or 16-inch— so you can pick what works for you and fits in your kitchen drawer.


Whisk Campsite eggs anyone? Add a whisk into the mix!

Bottle Opener To some, a bottle opener is a camp essential. Better pack a couple for the outside kitchen too!


Corkscrew Whether a simple corkscrew or fancy-shmancy bottle opener depends on the room you have and how bad you want to work for it! Nonetheless, if you like a glass of wine along with the evening sunset you’d better not forget one!

Grater Familiar with those large, clunky, box graters? If you’d like to pack one, opt for a multi-use, space-friendly grater.


Space Saving Gadgets The PortoFino 5 Piece Kitchen Set comes with a grater, a grinder, and pizza cutter, a bottle opener, and a vegetable peeler. Its small, compact design makes it ideal for RV’s.


Meat Thermometer No more guessing and overcooking meats to make sure they are safe to eat! The Kizen Instant Read Meat Thermometer takes a temperature in seconds with a waterproof body, bright display, and easy storage design.


Utensil Drawer Organizer Use the space in your RV kitchen efficiently! Drawer organizers like expandable trays no-slip utensil trays or drawer dividers — placed vertically or horizontally– can help create a smooth working kitchen storing all the gadgets you need.


Alternative Utensil Organizers Don’t panic if you run out of drawer storage for utensils and other kitchen gadgets. Store frequently used items right on the countertop in a stylish utensil holder. Need more counter space? Think vertical storage! Hang your kitchen utensils using magnetic strips, no-drill wall hangers, or a stainless steel hanging rail.


Ice Tray Ever think about filling an ice tray and hitting the road? Good luck! This No-Spill Ice Tray makes ice cubes without the mess and can also be used as an ice pack. Simply fill and freeze!


Food Prep, Serve & Store


Cutting board Odds are, you’ll regularly be prepping food in your RV kitchen for the grill or bonfire cooking! The Camco Hardwood Cutting Board and Stove Topper optimizes counter space while adding an elegant touch to your RV kitchen. Additionally, wash, drain, and chop all with a collapsible cutting board, wash basin, and colander. Need more all-in-one tools? The Pepe Nero is a 9-in-1 multifunctional cutting board that includes a collapsible strainer, cutting board, vegetable and fruit slicers, a large cleaver knife, and a small knife– keeping everything contained and all in one place.

The Camping World Barbecue Tray is designed with ridges to help contain and keep food and utensils from sliding.

Mixing Bowl Think space-efficient! Large mixing, serving, or food storage bowls are BULKY! Nesting items are great at utilizing the limited cupboard space.

Colander Just like mixing bowls, colanders are often large and clunky items. Find a stackable, collapsing, or better yet, this all in one set includes a large and small mixing bowl, colander, steel sieve strainer, measuring cups, and a tablespoon!


Measuring Spoons & Cups Avid or full time RVers often find themselves cooking and baking more inside the rig. A nice set of measuring spoons and cups that collapse and nest together take up less drawer space.

Salad Spinner Having the right tools in the camper can help you stay on a healthy track during vacation. Even better, this salad spinner is collapsible taking up minimal room– better supporting your healthy eating habits!

Food storage containers Whether for refrigerator use or pantry, space-saving is key. Look for collapsible food storage containers or bins that stack nicely, optimizing space at all times– in use and not.


Serving Trays, Platters, & Containers Many campers enjoy cookouts and small gatherings around the campsite– eating great food and having good times! Serveware is handy transporting the dishes, meals, condiments, and utensils back and forth from the RV. While serving trays and dishes can be rather bulky to store, opt for items that are easily storable, collapse, or are multi-use to make hauling along worthwhile.


Utensil Caddy Keep utensils, plates, bowls, napkins, condiments and more all together to easily set on the dinette table or transport out to a picnic table. A Wire Picnic Caddy can help cut down on the amount of trips needed hauling supplies to and from the camper come meal time.

Chip Clips Keep those chips, nuts, marshmallows and more tightly closed for the next picnic and especially for the ride home– if there’s any left!


Cookware, Bakeware & Grills

Pots & Pans For weekend retreaters, a couple of pots and pans will do. Most find a simple set, like the E Mishan & Sons Granite Stone Mini Stackmaster 5-Piece Set or Magma 7-Piece “Nesting” Stainless Steel Induction Cookware Set is all they need for the camper. These sets both stack nicely for space saving storage in cabinets.


Pots & Pan Protectors If you’re new to RVing, you’ll quickly realize your pots, pans, and dishware take on many bumpy roads. While it may be more annoying than anything, this wear and tear can scratch, chip, and even shatter items overtime. Pot & pan protectors keep your accessories safe and secure for the path ahead!


Cast Iron Skillet You’ll see that many campers have one of these. Why? Because they do it all! Searing, sautéing, baking, broiling, braising, frying, and grilling. And even better– they can be used in the oven, on the stove, on a grill, or over a campfire!


Bake biscuit dough cups with the Wolf’em firepit roasting stick and fill with your favorite savory fillings!


Baking Pan Want to use the RV oven or convection microwave? You can bake cookies, cakes, and more– just like at home! Have a small, bake set on hand for delicious campsite treats!

Casserole Dish Campsite potluck? Family reunion? Bake something tasty to share with a crowd, or make something savory just for yourself with this 8×8 and 6×6 Porcelain Baking Dish Set. Remember, be sure to select dishes that fit inside your RV oven– they often run smaller than the ones at home!


Slow Cooker A crockpot is one the most popular kitchen accessories every camper has. Why? Because it’s EASY! Add a meal in the morning and let it simmer while you’re playing a fun cornhole tournament all day at the campsite. Don’t forget liners for a super easy cleanup!


Hot Pads & Oven Mitts Watch out! Most RV countertops aren’t as heat tolerant as granite surfaces! At the same time, be careful about setting steaming hot campfire recipes directly on plastic picnic tables. A set of silicone hot pads protects surfaces, keeps hot dishes from moving, serves at potholders, and can be folded to fit in tight kitchen drawers. Use these both inside and out–handling hot pans from the oven to over the campfire.


Grease Storage Container Save your RV drains! This Camco Grease Storage Container makes containing and disposing of cooking grease easy on you and your rig. Simply pour until the odor-locking bag is full, toss in the trash, and refill with a new liner! Want something a bit more cute on the counter? The Original Bacon Bin not only is adorable for your kitchen counter, but also made of BPA-free, FDA approved silicone that won’t break throughout travel!

Stove Top Cover Protect the stove top while extending your counter space! The  Camco RV Decor Mate Stove Topper sits directly on the stovetop grates with no skid backing while helping quiet the rattle from travel. Most importantly, it adds much-needed room for prepping meals!


Small Appliances


Toaster It’s easy to get through a weekend without a toaster. However, an avid RVer or full-timer may prefer to have one. The AmazonBasics 2 Slice Extra-Wide Slot Toaster is simple, sleek ,and small for any RV counter. Some may find this Long Slot Toaster is perfect for keeping on the RV countertop where its slim design may store nicely against the backsplash.

Blender Smoothie anyone? Although less of an essential, it refreshingly complements any camper. The Ninja Nutri 1000 Watt Blender is compact with a ton of power. Plus the suction cup bottom prevents it from going anywhere down the road.


French Press Everyone needs a nice, hot cup of coffee to start out the morning! Many swear by the flavor of a French Press and the full-bodied delicious brew it makes. The Stanley French Press is a large capacity, double layered, stainless steel french press that is tough and durable.


Coffee Machine While some can forgo a few products and accessories here and there while packing the camper–many can’t leave behind their favorite coffee maker! Unfortunately, most campers don’t have room for a mega brew station on their RV kitchen countertop. The KRUPS Simply Brew is a simple and small coffee maker perfect for campers. If you’re a coffee lover, check out the Black+Decker 12-Cup Thermal Coffee Maker. For those “pod” people out there, the Kurig K-Mini Plus is sleek, compact, and travel-friendly, taking up minimal countertop space.


Ice Maker Without an ice maker included in the fridge (which many RVs come without) keeping up on ice making is quite impossible. A portable ice maker like the Frigidaire Ice Maker produces ice every seven minutes! It perfectly complements outdoor kitchens and comes in handy for campsite gatherings.


Kitchen Storage & Organization


Spice Holders Campsite chefs are all about the seasonings– but who has room for multiple containers of flavorful spices or seasonings? RVers have gotten very creative with kitchen storage and have even turned spices and seasonings into trendy, decorative pieces in the kitchen! With an abundance of options, store your seasonings inside the cabinet door with Spice Clips, a Large Sliding Cabinet Spice Rack, or a Magnetic Spice Kit.


Plate Dispenser Limited space means getting creative when it comes to storage! This paper plate dispenser mounts underneath RV cabinets for efficient storage and easy access.


Paper Towel Holder Similarly to the paper plate dispenser, the Camco Pop-A-Towel mounts underneath cabinets, keeping paper towels clean and out of the way while conserving space in your RV kitchen. If you don’t want to mount one, the OXO Good Grips Steady Paper Towel Holder has a weighted, non-slip base for extra stability on the countertop.


Plate Protectors Dishes endure many bumpy roads during our travels! The Camco Stack-A-Plate helps organize, store, and protect dishes during the journey. On a similar note, felt dividers can help protect your dishware going down the road. Don’t forget pot and pan and bakeware protectors too!


Banana Hammock, Fruit Hanger, Holder, Net

Fruit Holder Although not a kitchen essential, a hanging fruit holder or bowl can add a homey touch to your RV kitchen while keeping your fresh fruits and veggies contained!

Cupboard Shelves Optimize space and organize your RV cupboards with shelving! Smart Design Shelf Racks, Seville Expandable Shelves, or DecoBros Stackable Kitchen Shelves can help you efficiently use all of the vertical space!


Cupboard Shelf Liners Your little home-on-wheels is going to be moving, swaying, and bouncing down the road. Keep your tableware and accessories from sliding all over the place with shelf liners. The great part is, you can use this stuff pretty much everywhere! Cut it to the size of drawers, cupboards, and even the refrigerator. Also, cut a small piece and put under soap dispensers, countertop catchalls, toasters, coffee machines and more!


Pantry Organizers There’s no such thing as being too organized in an RV! Although motorhomes and travel trailers are like mini-homes, space must be managed and used efficiently for an even better camping experience. Often deep shelves, tall cubbies, and awkward spaces cause groceries and accessories to become jumbled, buried, and hard to quickly grab. The great news is, there’s tons of organization products for every tear drop trailer to Big Rig! From can rack organizers, airtight containers, storage bins, baskets, door hanging organizers, under-shelf baskets, and more– find what works for you and your rig!


Sandwich Bag, Plastic Wrap & Foil Bin Most campers pack aluminum foil, plastic wrap, and storage bags for cooking over the fire and saving delicious leftovers. These items are often routinely used– so must be easily accessible in the RV kitchen. Store these using a mounting storage bin. Don’t worry, there’s no hardware needed for the mDesign Organizer Bin!


Plastic Bag Holder The more you use your RV, the more it’s going to become another home! Reusing plastic backs can come in extremely helpful, whether it’s hauling items out to a picnic, transporting clothes to a laundry facility, or using them for garbage bags. The Spectrum Diversified Plastic Bag Holder easily mounts to the wall or inside of a cabinet– keeping grocery sacks contained and a reach away.


Refrigerator Mats Most RVers get used to– ever so carefully— opening the fridge after traveling down the road, fearing a jar of pickles or glass bottles don’t come crashing out. No-slip, shelf liners can help keep your things from sliding.

Refrigerator Bar The Camco Refrigerator Bar’s spring loaded design helps keep items in place. No more falling or crashing groceries when the door is opened!


Refrigerator Bins RV refrigerators vary in size depending on the type of rig. Whether small or residential sized, organization is important! Bins like Sorbus Fidge Bins are great for creating a tidy and secure fridge interior when traveling.


Refrigerator Drawers Limited fridge space is often an issue among RVers. Use your refrigerator space efficiently! Pull out drawer organizers can create vertical, storage space of the unused portions of your fridge while keeping items secure and contained during travel.


Refrigerator Lock One thing every traveler should do before taking-off is make sure the refrigerator doors are securely latched. A simple, child safety strap lock will work on most RV refrigerators– keeping them from not coming open during travel.

Sinkware & Cleaning


Drying Rack Get ready to do some handwashing! Although not so fun, this collapsible dish rack gets the job done, then compactly stows when not needed. Likewise, the Prepworks Collapsible Over-the-Sink Dish Drainer takes it a step further and frees up some counter space! The over-the-sink design fits most sinks and features no-slip grips. Afterwards, collapse it for compact storage!

Dish Mat Need something a bit more small space friendly? Aside from just laying down a dish towel, opt for a rubber drying mat. This can be sanitized and dried quickly while being flexible to fold right into a drawer. 


Collapsible Tub With multiple uses, this collapsing tub is ideal for dish washing, cleaning, transporting food items out to the picnic table, storing foot storage containers, and more!


Sink Cover If your motorhome or travel trailer does not already have a sink cover, one can come in very handy! Add more counter space to your kitchen! The Oak Accents Sink Cover is rattle resistant and has adjustable rubber feet to fit the sink. Likewise, the Camco Sink Mate doubles as a cover and a cutting board! With a built in juice groove, cut corner for scraps, and cutting board– it creates a spacious and efficient workspace.

Sink Caddy Sometimes we could use a bit more space around the sink. Keep soap and dish cloths contained and close by with an adhesive sponge and brush holder. No drilling needed and stronger than lousy suction cups! Likewise, this silicone sponge holder keeps accessories a reach away while keeping your countertop dry and items tidy around the sink. Also, the slip-resistant material (always an RV favorite) keeps items from budging.


Under the Sink Organizer The area underneath the sink can get out of control fast. Organize all of your cleaning products and accessories in this DecoBros Stackable Under Sink Organizer. The stacking design helps efficiently use all the vertical storage provided while the basket secures cleaning supplies for the road. Additionally, an under the sink cabinet caddy may work better for smaller spaces. This Command Under Sink Cabinet Caddy holds 7.5 pounds and hangs without damaging the surface.

Dish Towels Just like at home, a good set of dish towels like the 3-Piece Sweet Camper Dish Towel Set will perfectly complement your RV kitchen.


Towel Hook/Bar If your rig is lacking towel hooks or racks, simply add one where you wish without drilling any holes! Choose from Over-the-Door Hooks, Over-Cabinet Towel Rings, Over- Cabinet Towel Bars, or adhesive hangers.


Cleaning Towels Speaking of towels, you’ll see in Spring Cleaning | Interior Edition, that microfiber cleaning cloths are ideal for RVs. These multi-use, microfiber cloths cut down on paper towel use, are non-abrasive for RV surfaces, and are lint-free– while grabbing the dust that often accumulates during travels or winter storage.


Dish Cleaning You may find that RVing consists of frequent dishwashing for a tidy kitchen and efficient food prepping space. The Joseph Joseph Palm Scrub Brush and Storage Stand is small and compact including the soap, brush, and stand to easily grab and use! Alternatively, the SinkBase Caddy design includes everything you need a reach away– a sponge and brush holder, soap pump, and detergent bottle.


Hand Soap Although many of us select soap based on fragrance or feel, remember that the container will remain on the counter day and night. Consider a dispenser with a non-slip base or a silicone dispenser that won’t shatter throughout RV journeys.


Collapsible Broom Although you love the great outdoors, keep the beach out of your camper! A simple broom, like Camco RV Broom and Dust Pan will quickly get your space clean– while adjusting and breaking down to conveniently store for next time.


Trash Bin RV kitchen layouts are unique across the board. When it comes to a trash bin, sometimes those large and bulky household bins won’t fit. Analyze your space and determine if a slim, under the sink, triangle corner, or collapsible garbage bag holder will work.

Hanging Trash Bag Holder Some RV layouts don’t have room for a stand alone trash bin. The simplehuman in-cabinet trash can, Camco RV Cabinet-Mount Trash Can, or iDesign Classico Steel Over the Cabinet Bag Holder can be perfect for smaller kitchens. With a smaller camper, you may not need or accumulate large amounts of trash. Reuse grocery bags as trash bags!


Other Kitchen Accessories

Dinette Add-a-Drawer Add drawer space under your RVs dinette table! The heavy duty Add-a-Drawer mounts under a table while self locking mechanisms keep them shut in transit.


Countertop Extension Just don’t have enough counter space? Add more with the Camco Oak Accents Countertop Extension.


Center Island It may sound excessive, but we added a portable island to our first motorhome for more counter space! Depending on your space and layout, a portable island like the Origami Folding Kitchen Cart or Catskill Craftment Fold-A-Way can give you that extra space needed! One thing to be sure, is that it is secured and does not move during transit!

AntiFatigue Mat Stylish Anti-Fatigue Kitchen Mats are a great way to Spruce Up Your RV Kitchen while being comfortable on your feet!


Step Stool Anyone else unable to reach some cabinets? Ok, so– for us shorter campers, a Folding Step Stool can come in very handy allowing you to easily access all of the overhead kitchen storage while folding when not needed.


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