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The roadsurfer Kitchen Box

What’s Included With Your Camping Kitchen Box

You’ve rented your roadsurfer and can’t wait to hit the road? Your RV rental is fully equipped and ready for your adventure. Each camper is equipped with a camping kitchen box filled with useful utensils so you can cook your favorite camping meals. All vehicles also come with a cooler, and depending on the model, an integrated kitchen or a camping stove.

Roadsurfer Kitchen Box

The Kitchen Box - What's Inside?

Scrambled eggs and coffee in the morning, pasta for lunch, and a candle-lit dinner at night – with your roadsurfer kitchen box, you can cook (almost) anything. Ultimately, it depends on your talent and the ingredients at hand. In your roadsurfer kitchen box, you’ll find plates, cutlery, pans, and much more. We have everything ready for you, so you don’t have to pack it. Our camping kitchen box includes the following:

  • 4 deep plates
  • 4 flat plates
  • 4 cups
  • 4 glasses
  • Silverware
  • Tableware for children (plates, cups, forks, spoons and knives)
  • Pan (diameter of 7.87 in, height of 2.17 in)
  • Large pot (diameter of 7.68 in, height of 4.92 in)
  • Medium pot (diameter of 6.69 in, height of 3.74 in)
  • Small pot (diameter of 5.71 in, height of 3.15 in)
  • Espresso machine/French press
  • Peeler
  • Cutting board
  • Large knife (sharp)
  • Kitchen utensils (ladle, wooden spoon, etc.)
  • Can opener
  • Corkscrew/Bottle opener
  • Salad bowl
  • Salad cutlery
  • Strainer
  • Dishwashing bowl

What To Bring

  • Kitchen towel
  • Kitchen sponge for washing dishes
  • Eco-friendly dishwashing liquid
  • Tupperware box to carry your food
  • Rubber bands to close containers

Before driving, you should always check that there are no loose items and that everything is safely stored. Sharp knives, silverware, and dishes should be stored in the drawers and cupboards of the camper van to avoid any accidents in case of a sudden stop. We know the rattling of the dishes can be a bit annoying during the drive, so make sure to keep them in the drawers for more stability. If you prepare your camper before you hit the road, you won’t have to worry about anything breaking and can maintain peace of mind.

Your First Road Trip Stop? The Grocery Store!

Your first stop during your road trip is the most important one! Head to a local grocery store to fill up your camper fridge and cupboard! Our tip: Plan your meals a bit in advance to avoid camping in the middle of nowhere with no ingredients. This way, you can enjoy multiple days without going into the next town or heading into the shops.

If you’re traveling abroad, why not visit the grocery store before you return your RV? Take home some French cheese or Spanish wine as a souvenir, and you can enjoy your vacation even once it’s over.

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