All items within Caravan Accessories
Portable steps for your caravan or motorhome entrance. Double steps, single steps, folding steps, steel steps, alloy steps, plastic steps, Fiamma steps, Dukdalf steps and the new steplok security step and door lock.
Caravan steps are like the welcome mat to your portable home. Practical and durable steps make access to your caravan so much easier, and are essential for those who are young at heart – but not so much in the bones.
The distance between the caravan and the ground often means people need a step or two to help bridge the gap. These can be fun as well as practical, when you consider options such as the glow in dark stair, which is easy to see in both the day and the night.
Steps come in a variety of designs and colours. Folding steps are very useful if you have limited storage space in your caravan. There are also railings available to help ensure stability while climbing. One step or two, metal or plastic, and the steepness of the stairs are all options to consider when choosing the right caravan steps for you.
While the stairs don't go to heaven, your caravan is the closest thing to it when you're camping in a muddy field – so why not make the journey as pleasant as possible?
Level blocks and chocks to keep your caravan sat level on the caravan site. Caravan levellers from Fiamma, plastic caravan levellers, aluminium caravan levellers, tyre savers and grip tracks for soft or muddy ground, together with chocks, jack pads and corner steady accessories.
A level site can be hard to find, but there's no reason you should spend your caravan holiday at a peculiar angle. Caravan levellers and chocks ensure that, regardless of the terrain, your home away from home is always level.
Levellers position plastic or aluminium blocks in such a way that a caravan sits level. There are also hydraulic jacks available that can help raise caravan wheels and allow levellers to be put in position. Grip tracks ensure the caravan has traction on a steep incline or soft muddy ground, and chocks and tyre savers can be wedged against the wheels to make sure they do not move.
Levellers and chocks can be made from different materials and shapes. Depending on the ground in question, you might need only a small leveller, or you might need the biggest, baddest leveller you can get your hands on. Chocks made out of plastic or rubber are more necessary on those steep inclines than they are on gentle slopes.
Levellers and chocks are a wise investment that protect you against the possibility of having to chase your caravan down a hill on your first day out on the road!
Windbreakers are invaluable if you're feeling exposed while on a campsite or beach. They consist of large poles with a waterproof, windproof fabric stretched between, which gives several metres worth of protection. They allow an escape from the wind, and when set up around your caravan can help create your own private enclosure.
Dog owners often use windbreakers to provide a restricted area for the dog to get some fresh air and run around in. Windbreakers can also give you a larger living area or protect your washing line from being disturbed by people walking through your pitch.
Deluxe windbreakers use wooden poles with steel caps that are driven into the ground, which not only protects the wood but makes it easier to drive into the ground. You can usually attach your windbreaker to your awning or use addition tent poles for extra stability against the wind, too.
Make your caravan space bigger and more private with a windbreaker – and look for a model with windows if you want to watch the world go by while you relax on your campsite!
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