Quick guide by: The Crazy Outdoor Mama
A set of RV Checklists includes:
- Tools to Keep on Hand - Trailer/RV Needs - Outdoors Camp Gear - RV Kitchen, Bathroom, Bedroom etc - Kids + Dog Camp Gear - Misc items
This gets easier once established, but you NEVER want to be left without a simple tool when something goes wrong!
MANY power issues can be solved way quicker if you can use a multi meter.
Most RVs don't even come with the basics, so check the list before heading to the first trip!
Just because it's packed doesn't mean you're out of the woods - know what to do with it!
Try to build an RV specific kitchen set that STAYS in the RV! The less items you have to pack and unpack, the easier RV camping will feel!
Thrift stores can furnish ALMOST your whole camper if you are low on funds - especially common kitchen needs!
Once you get in the RV camping flow, you'll find it handy to keep a couple of random items like these on hand.
Weekly trip planners that make RV travel easy
RV Departure checklists so nothing goes flying off on the highway!
Logs to track Campsite info and more!