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Avoid leaving the door open on your Rv Fridge for relief and instead follow
some simple tips on staying cool in an RV. From taking advantage of your
surroundings to choosing snack options to cool down, there are plenty of ways
to stay comfortable during your entire camping trip.

Awning and Shade Rooms
The beating rays of the sun are the biggest contributor to overheating during
the summer. Creating shade can block the sun while also taking advantage of
breezes as they blow through. With the open air, RV travelers can get relief
from stagnant, hot air while enjoying the outdoors. Being with nature is part of
the draw in RVing so it makes sense to experience the benefit of RVs while
getting a needed break from the heat.

Cook Outside
If you’re going to cook, it should be
done outside. Creating heat
indoors will only add to how hot
the RV is and increase the internal
temperature. Using the microwave
won’t create too much warmth, but
it makes more sense to either cook
outdoors or partake in cold foods.
In fact, cold foods can help to
lower your body temperature
anyway. Plus, a fruit platter, green
salad, sandwiches, and pasta salads
will feel like a picnic, which can be
fun for the whole family. Keeping
drinks and cold food in your RV
fridge will help cool down
temperatures and keep everyone
feeling refreshed.

Jump in Water

Depending on where you decide to set up camp, there are
natural cool-down options outside. A natural body of water
can be a fun activity that cools down body temperatures,
leading to a more comfortable day on the road. If there isn’t
a natural body of water, there is likely a pool or other water
activity nearby. Not only will it help against the heat, but it
will also be another happy memory from your RV trip.

Go Somewhere Cool
One of the biggest advantages of RV trips is the ability to relocate. If you’re too hot
this summer, just go somewhere else. In fact, it could be a good idea to plan a trip to
somewhere cooler to begin with. After all, one of the best things to do during the
summer heat is escape it. If you like cooler temperatures, it could be one of the best
reasons to own an RV during the summertime.
The Pacific Northwest offers great options in natural sites and hiking all without
humidity. While Seattle and Portland are known for their rainy climates, it isn’t as
much the case during the summer. The skies mostly clear up with only some showers
here and there, much like other locations. On the other hand, the temperatures stay
within a very manageable range. Even the same temperatures of other areas feel a lot
cooler with the lack of humidity and the addition of mountain air.
While an RV can heat up quickly, it’s actually one of the best tools to stay cool during
the summer. Make sure to check your RV for leaks and issues before heading out on
your trip. If you find something is broken or you want to make an upgrade to get the
most out of your RV, check out RVupgradestore.com today. The website has a huge
inventory of items that can make the RV life even more comfortable than being at
home.

Contact Us
RVupgrades Store
Add: 33801 Curtis Blvd., # 110 , Eastlake ,
OH , 44095
Phone: 866-332-7881
Email: sales@rvupgradestore.com
Website: www.rvupgradestore.com


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