This post may contain affiliate links or mention our own products, please check out our disclosure policy.

Danny D RV Tips: Simple RV Awning Tie Down

This post was updated on March 15th, 2024

Danny D shares an approach to protecting your awning with a simple RV awning tie down system. The wind can be quite destructive to your RV awning. Anyone who has left their awning deployed while on a walk or away from their RV for a time to return to a flipped awning will know.


Through the use of an inexpensive spiral stake and some rope you can make sure that your awning stays the way you left it, even in the wind. As an added bonus you can even tie your dog to it or any other pet for that matter. Who doesn’t love dual purpose?

Sign up for the newsletter today!

Please enter a valid email address.

An error occurred. Please try again later.

× logo

Thank you for subscribing to the Do It Yourself RV newsletter, keep your eye on your inbox for updates.


The Items Required for Installing Simple RV Awning Tie Down:


Tools Needed:

  1. Scissors/Knife
  2. Elbow Grease!


If you have any questions or would like to contact Danny D directly please leave a comment below or post a message in our Forums under Ask Danny D.



2 thoughts on “Danny D RV Tips: Simple RV Awning Tie Down”

  1. This is exactly what I need to know about tying down an awning to my RV. I’ve tried attaching an awning to my RV, but it would always get caught in the wind. Using a spiral stake with some rope to tie it down seems like a brilliant idea. I can’t believe I haven’t thought of this before. I’m glad that I know about this method now so that my awning will stay in place from now on. Thanks for the tips!

Leave a Comment

Welcome! Please follow these guidelines:

  • Be kind and respectful.
  • Keep comments relevant to the article.
  • Avoid insults, threats, profanity, and offensive remarks.
  • Refrain from discussing gun rights, politics, or religion.
  • Do not post misleading information, personal details, or spam.

We may hide or remove comments at our discretion.