Zippity Doo Dah
To overcome these obstacles, RVers use some sort of a sewer support to position and contain the sewer hose. I carry a Valterra 25-foot Slunky Sewer Hose Support (valterra.com), but there are several others out there, including Thetford’s Titan Sewer Hose Support (thetford.com), Camco’s Sidewinder Sewer Hose Support (camco.net/home) and Lippert’s Waste Master Flow Down RV Drain Support (store.lci1.com). All can usually be found on Amazon and at RV supply stores.
The problem I have experienced — and others probably have, as well — is keeping the hose from falling off when the support traverses unlevel ground. In the case of the Slunky, the provided straps were difficult to handle.
Looking for a solution took some doing. I could always use cable ties, but they would have to be cut off each time to remove the hose; that seemed wasteful and hardly cost-effective. I tried hook-and-loop straps, but they were bulky to use and picked up dirt, which compromised the “stickiness” — and they came apart easily. Then I stumbled on silicone zip ties on Amazon. They worked amazingly well. Just search for “silicone zip ties 21-inch” on the Amazon site and you’ll find a package of 12 reusable ties for $16.
Of course, knowing that, my girlfriend immediately grabbed a few of them so that she could put them in the kitchen before they got dirty. Maybe you should buy two sets.