There is a lot to remember when you are packing for your camping trip. You have to make sure you have everything you need for making meals, clothes to wear, activities for the kids, and tools for potential repairs. Then there is the process of setting up the tent or RV and breaking camp as well. Add to that the things you have to do when it’s time to winterize your RV or get it ready for the road in the spring.
This all adds up to a lot of things to remember and that’s why camping checklists come in so handy. There are a wide variety of lists you can refer to.
Basic First Aid Check List – This list will details items you’ll need for managing cuts, skin rashes, allergies, sunburn, splinters, bee stings, fever, pain, and burns.
Cooking Checklist – This list will assist you in making sure you have everything you need to make all your meals while you’re RVing or tent camping. It lists everything from dinnerware, pot holders, dish soap, aluminum foil, and water jugs, to mixing bowls, paper towels, and pie irons.
RV Camp Set-Up Checklist – You’ll be reminded of everything you need to know once you arrive and begin setting up the RV from hooking up utilities, leveling the rig, to extending the trailer steps.
RV Troubleshooting Tools – You’ll be amazed at the number of items on this list, and most of them are small but mighty – especially when you need them. They range from duct tape (of course), wire crimpers, cotter pins, and cleaning rags, to a socket set, extra fuses, and electrical tape.
These lists and others can be found at Good Sam’s RV Travel Checklist. We hope they help you in your camping adventures and we cannot wait to see you at the campground this summer.