If you enjoy camping in your RV outside of a traditional campground, you’ll often need to bring water with you.
An RV fresh water tank is the storage tank for clean, potable water used in an RV. This is the water used in all the faucets, toilets, and showers.
Smaller travel trailers and motorhomes typically have smaller tanks. Meanwhile, larger toy haulers and Class A motorhomes will have massively large tanks.
A gallon of water weighs around 8 pounds. This means that the smallest RV tanks will add about 150 to 175 pounds to the total weight of your RV.
You’re typically only going to have a full water tank when there is no water supply at the campsite. This could be a rustic campsite.