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It's no secret that the water at some campgrounds is less than stellar. Not only can it contain contaminants that can make you sick. But many times, it tastes just downright awful.
One of our RV members knows this and asked our RV Lifestyle community what water filters they suggest.
We had many comments praising different types of filters, from under sink options and external inline filters, to countertops jug options.
The following are the top seven filters that fellow RVers recommend. We use affiliate links and may receive a small commission on purchases at no added cost to you. Thank you for your support.
Best Water Filters for RVs by Type
Generally speaking, the members of our RV Lifestyle Facebook group use three different types of water filters: under-sink systems, inline hose filters, and countertop filters.
Many manufacturers also offer different models. If you see an under sink filter that looks good, but really want an inline filter, see if the same company makes both.
UNDER SINK SYSTEMS
Under sink water filter systems are filters that get installed, you guessed it, under your kitchen sink. They are added to your water system to filter the campground water for cooking and drinking.
These filters are popular with some RVers because they are fairly easy to install and can easily be moved if needed. They are also out of the way and don't take up precious counter space.