Installing a hammock in your RV may seem like a good idea if you're looking to increase the number of places to rest or you like the idea of hanging above the ground in order to relax. However, there are a number of points to consider.
Make Sure the Hooks are Secure
Because space is limited in an RV, you may want to be able to set up your hammock and take it down as you please so that you can easily maneuver around the RV when the hammock is not in use. However, because you'll only have the hammock out occasionally, it can be tempting to place hooks up without considering the long-term stability. If you want a hammock in your RV, you should find a good place to hang it and install secure, permanent hooks, as long as they don't stick out and get in the way.
Never Use the Hammock when in Motion
Another important safety tip to remember when it comes to hammocks in RVs is to never use the hammock when the vehicle is in motion. No one should be moving around or lying down in an RV when it's in motion. Instead, they should be buckled into a proper seat.