RV travel tip number 2: Invest in an ice machine.
Your brand new RV, used or otherwise has this really nice refrigerator and freezer right? What it probably doesn’t have is an ice machine built-in and if it does, chances are you’re not going to get much out of it anyways.
A tabletop ice maker is ideal because you can generate a lot of ice throughout the day. I actually use mine in my house because I don’t feel like fixing the one in my home fridge. I haven’t run out of ice yet.
An ice machine isn’t going to fill your coolers but it will fill your cups and you can bag it and throw it into your freezer to keep when you don’t use it all. I know some have said that simply getting ice trays and filling them work fine and they do, if you are sitting still while they freeze but nothing is worse than getting to your destination, getting everything set only to find that the sloshing around while you drove spilled the water into your freezer and now you have a sheet of ice that baby Gremlins can skate on.
You don’t have to spend a lot either, most ice machines are between $50.00 and $150.00 that will adequately serve your needs.