My POPUP has the standard small fridge in it. IT cools pretty good but doesn't have a freezer section.
My DORM TYPE fridge is just the right height to sit on my front deck and clears the pull out tent beds. I have taken it along on a few extended trips. It is 120VAC only but work rather well. Once it gets cold I can just run it a couple of hours a day off my Inverter or Generator. It has a small freezer compartment.
I also always have my 5-day ice chest in the back on my truck. I keep this filled with ice bags. I use a small plastic lid box that sits on top of the ice to hold all the cold things we want to have. That works out great. We usually run down for Ice every couple of days just about everywhere we go.
Always check out where we can get ice as we get close to the camp site especially the off the grid places...
I thought about getting an ice maker but never did. Ice and bottled water for my coffee seems to be the most critical things to have when camping...
I also will secure a plastic container with a good locking lid in the creek by the camp site when camping off the power grid. Amazing how cold things keep in that...
Roy and Carolyn
I claim Horse Creek Country in Southern Ill - Momabear is from North Texas
We live in King George VA
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