Best RV Covers: Keep Your Camper Safe From Sun, Dust, and More
Keep your RV in good shape and protect it from the elements with these best RV covers
- Best OverallKing Bird Extra-Thick-4-Ply Deluxe Camper Travel Trailer CoverSummarySummaryThis durable RV cover is reinforced with a thick, four-ply fabric that makes it tear-resistant and wind-resistant. The material provides the camper with weather protection against powerful gusts, UV rays, snow, dirt, and scratches.ProsProsIt’s extra breathable with the six vents on both sides of the cover. It’s also fit with yellow reflective panels to ensure it is visible at night and to deter anyone trying to break inside.ConsConsThe straps may not hold up very well. Hemming on the seams may be weaker and not able to stand up to powerful wind gusts. Also, pulling on them may weaken the seams, causing them to pop off. You may also find it can tear more easily around corners of your RV.
- Best ValueClassic Accessories OverDrive PolyPro 3 Deluxe Teardrop R-Pod Travel Trailer CoverSummarySummaryThis cover is fit with custom adjustable front and rear tension panels and elastic hem corners to fit snugly around the RV. The triple-ply top and single-ply sides protect against the elements and keep out dust, mold, and dirt.ProsProsAn integrated air vent system combined with the additional quick-drying polypro material reduces wind stress while also venting inside moisture.ConsCons
This cover may not be compatible with all RV types.
We found that it might rip and tear at the corner seams. It’s also not fully waterproof, so you may not want to leave it out in the rain for long periods of time.
- Honorable MentionAmazonBasics Trailer RV CoverSummarySummaryThis RV trailer cover is made up of a triple-layer top panel fabric and one-ply, breathable side panels. It protects the RV against rain, snow, scratches, and dust.ProsProsThe motorhome cover is fit with a quick-drying integrated air vent system that provides airflow throughout the fabric. This reduces the amount of inside moisture and wind lofting.ConsCons
The cover is on the thinner side. This means you may end up tearing or ripping it more easily if you aren’t careful when putting it on or taking it off. It also may be a little large for some RVs.