Whether you are camping with hook-ups or dry camping with no one around for miles, you will need to have access to fresh water. The following is my guide on how to refill your fresh water tank during camping!
How to Refill Fresh Water Tank During Camping
The average RV fresh water tank can hold anywhere from 20-100 gallons of water, obviously depending on the size and type of RV you have. Some campers and very small units may have slightly smaller freshwater tanks.
Our current Class C van has 28 gallons of fresh water.
When estimating how much water you will need, figure 2-4 gallons of fresh water per person, per day. That should cover you and your crew for washing, drinking, and cooking while on your trip.