At last! You’re on vacation – the RV road trip you’ve waited for forever. You’ve dreamed of the open flame, the coffee in the morning, and listening to the birds. And since you’re headed for Tyler, eating out means eating in your RV in the best RV park in Tyler, Texas.
After all, Tyler has everything you need, just in case of an emergency coffee run or for those supplies you forgot to include.
One of the most fun things about RV camping is deciding when you get up, go to bed, swim, and fish. And what you’re going to eat!
You planned for everything else – packing the essentials, what local sites to see, maybe even a concert under the stars. But did you plan to stay healthy while on the road?
Here’s the thing: when you’re traveling, your eating habits can quickly go south. It’s like you’re on vacation, but your appetite isn’t. But it doesn’t have to be this way; eating in your RV in Tyler can be fun and healthy.
Did you remember to pack foods that give you energy? Things that keep you satisfied but not sluggish?
We all like eating out, but eating out means eating in your RV when traveling. The main thing to remember is that you don’t have much space. Think tiny house. And that’s how you’ll need to pack.
Smaller RVs have small refrigerators with tiny freezers, and some only have microwave ovens. It’s hard to cook healthy food when tempted to nuke prepackaged meals. The good news is that many RV parks provide grills; a little planning can keep you on track.
You’ll want to develop menus at home using non-perishables and stock those. The produce you throw into the refrigerator at home (onions, carrots, potatoes, tomatoes, apples, citrus) may not need to be chilled, which can save prime real estate in your fridge.
You’ll need a few essential supplies for multiple uses to get ready for your adventure.
In addition to food, you’ll need the following:
Of course, you can bring anything else you like, but these are the basics.
What’s the point of mornings if you can’t have breakfast? Here are some ideas to get you started:
Saute the veggies in about a tbsp of olive oil, fresh garlic, pepper, and Himalayan pink salt, and then remove them from the pan. Add the chicken and stir fry for a few moments to flavor, then add the veggies back into the dish.
Note: you can prepare some rice at home and bring it in a baggie. For an added yum factor, sprinkle with lemon pepper while cooking.
There’s a campfire and an umbrella chair with your name on it. You can’t possibly watch the sun go down without a mouthful of roasted marshmallows now, can you? But wait. Don’t go overboard, and you’ll be fine. You’ve been good all day, so don’t blow it!
Summer is calling, and so is Woodland Creek RV Park. We offer beautiful sites and sceneries for the whole family. If you need help or suggestions, you can always ask the friendliest staff in the Tyler area.