Water hoses. Note you should purchase white hoses as they are approved of drinking water.
Here's one case where I needed the extra hose to temporarily connect the CG spigot to the PUP water tank.
This is known as a "Water Thief". You connect the brass end to a hose and then push the green end over a water tap. It can be a tap that doesn't have a male hose connection or one whose thread has been damaged.
Water Theif connecting a hose to a tap without a hose threaded end.
Small and large aquatainers
Large 7 gallon aquatainer
This is the largest water container available. However the small wheels and the narrow wheel base makes it difficult yo pull over gravel or grass.
Water containers. I use either the small (left) or seven gallon (middle) Aquatainers for drinking water. The right container is used either to tote water from a spigot at a campground or as extra water when boondocking.
Variety of carriers.
Hauling water from a camp ground spigot back to your camper can be difficult unless you use your tow vehicle. I've tested several carriers and found that the heavy duty one on the left with the large wheels works the best.
The larger aquatainer fits into this carrier but the small wheels makes it difficult to pull over gravel or grass.
After a lot or research I ended up with this Gerry can and carrier as the best combination for me.