RV Ready Portable Generators

If you are looking for a generator to use with your rv or when camping there are some features that you are going to want to consider. The main ones are noise level, clean power and the ability to run off of multiple fuels such as gas or propane. Also you will want a model that offers sufficient watts to power all your equipment, appliances and devices. A long run time is ideal as well.

Many of the top brands offer portable generator models designed especially for the recreation vehicle market.

Top Selling RV Ready Generators

Champion 3800-Watt Dual Fuel RV Ready Portable Generator with Electric Start
  • Dual Fuel - Runs on GAS or PROPANE straight out of the box. Engine type: 4-stroke, wheel diameter: 8.0 inches
  • 4750 starting watts, 3800 running watts with up to 9 hours run time on a full tank of gas and up to 10.5 hours on a 20 lb. propane tank
  • Powered by a reliable 224cc Champion engine with Touch Start, push-button electric start (battery included).Gasoline Starting Amps at 120V - 39.6A.Gasoline Running Amps at 120V - 31.7A.Propane Starting Amps at 120V - 35.6A.Propane Running Amps at 120V - 28.5A
WEN GN400i RV-Ready 4000-Watt Open Frame Inverter Generator, CARB Compliant
  • Generate clean power to safely operate sensitive electronics such as phones, tablets, televisions and computers
  • Parallel-ready panel allows you to connect any two WEN inverter generators for increased wattage output
  • 212cc 4-stroke CARB-compliant OHV engine produces 4000 surge watts and 3500 rated watts
Champion 3400-Watt Dual Fuel RV Ready Portable Inverter Generator with Electric Start
  • Dual Fuel – Operate your 3400-watt portable generator right out of the box on either gasoline or propane, plus the unit holds 0.6-quarts of oil (recommended 10W-30) and has a low oil shut-off sensor
  • Convenient Electric Start with 3-Position Ignition Switch – Battery included, plus Quick Touch Panel allows you to access all your controls in one spot.Noise Level :59 dBA at 23 feet. Frequency 60 Hz
  • Ultra-Quiet Operation – 59 dBA is perfect for RVs, tailgating, your next project or backup power for your home, featuring 3400 starting watts and 3100 running watts with up to 7.5 hours run time on gasoline
WEN GN4500 4500-Watt 212cc Transfer Switch and RV-Ready Portable Generator, CARB Compliant
  • Generate up to 4500 starting watts and 3600 running watts
  • 4-gallon fuel tank provides a half-load runtime of up to 13 hours
  • Digital data meter displays voltage, frequency, session runtime, and total runtime
Champion 3500-Watt Dual Fuel RV Ready Portable Generator
  • Dual Fuel – Operate your 3500-watt portable generator right out of the box on either gasoline or propane, plus the unit holds 0.6-quarts of oil and has a low oil shut-off sensor
  • Powerful – At 4375 starting watts and 3500 running watts on gasoline and 3950 starting watts and 3150 running watts on propane, trust Volt Guard built-in surge protector to prevent overloads
  • Intelligauge – Keep track of voltage, hertz and run-time hours to easily monitor power output and track maintenance intervals
Champion 3800-Watt RV Ready Portable Generator with Wheel Kit
  • Designed for Safety – Includes a low-oil shut-off sensor and 0.6-quarts of recommended 10W-30 engine oil
  • Reliable and Powerful – At 4750 starting watts and 3800 running watts, enjoy up to 9 hours of run time on a full tank of gasoline with a noise level of 68 dBA from 23 feet
  • Outlets – One 120V 30A locking outlet, a 120V 30A RV outlet and two 120V 20A household outlets

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Here are some of the most important features people want when shopping for a new generator.

  • Remote start
  • Electric start for easy starting even in cold weather
  • Dual fuel to run on either gas or propane
  • Light weight
  • Long run time
  • 68 dba or less maximum noise operating level for quiet operation
  • Clean electricity to run sensitive electronic equipment
  • 12 Volt DC Outlets
  • USB Outlets
  • Able to work in parallel by connecting another generator to increase power (usually requires optional kit)