Fifth wheel toy hauler owners find themselves in a great many places. The sand dunes are a popular landing spot. The mountains are a popular landing spot. The desert is a popular landing spot. The lake is a popular landing spot. The thing about the fifth wheel toy hauler is that it’s versatile. That’s why so many people find themselves attached to it.
It sleeps a high number of people comfortably. It hitches to a tow vehicle and can be unhitched for local travel after the fifth wheel toy hauler is set up at the campsite. It is the perfect method of transport for popular recreational vehicles like dirt bikes, sand rails, quads, etc. These items are often great methods of extra entertainment once the fifth wheel toy hauler is set up and the campsite is in place.
So you’ve got the road trip down. You’ve got your on site entertainment. But what about the food? What are you going to eat now that you’ve got yourself all set up in your remote location?
While we recommend the fun of junk food, fast food and drive thrus as much as the next guy…it’s not really very convenient when you are towing a fifth wheel toy hauler. The most convenient is to stock your RV before you depart. You’ve got a full kitchen in most fifth wheel toy hauler RVs so take advantage of it. You’ll find that stocking your kitchen will make it easier to keep everyone full and happy with the eating choices at hand.
Don’t want to spend a lot of time in the kitchen while you’re on vacation, but still want to enjoy “fresh” and healthy foods? Aim for salads. Go light because you know that you’re also going to be incorporating a lot of junk food in addition to your planned meals.
Stock your favorite salad accouterments and keep them on hand. Let the family and friends accompanying you on your road trip do it salad bar style and make their own salad. Some good suggestions for great salads?
– A variety of lettuce (spring mixes, baby spinach, romaine, green leaf, etc.)
– Feta Cheese and/or Parmesan Cheese
– Bacon or bacon bits (or you can actually cook up the bacon and keep fresh bacon crumbles for your salads
– Sunflower seeds
– Dried cranberries
– And more.
You get the idea. In addition to the salad bar option you can do side salads with all your regular meals in order to keep things on the healthy side and keep everyone from feeling heavy from the lack of “normal” food on the road. Easy side salads include: Caesar salad, Chicken Caesar salad, Spinach Strawberry salad, Steak and Spinach salad, etc.
Have fun! Your RV is outfitted to provide you with everything you might need. Don’t feel limited…you’re not!