It’s important to know what you will need when traveling, whether it is your first time camping or your hundredth. You don’t want to get out on the lane, after all, and remember you have forgotten the toilet paper. It can be hard to remember everything to take with you on your road trip, which is why we have created an RV camping list of the most important items you’ll need on the road, so you’re not going to find yourself without something to wipe out next time you go out!
Essentials for RV
If you carry your RV along for the trip, a sewer kit is necessary. Make sure you do your homework to find out what the right sewer kits are. You don’t want any accidents to happen!
A water pressure regulator is important for your entire trip to ensure that you have running water. Before going out, make sure your pressure regulator is working and consider having it tested.
Wheel chocks are necessary to keep your RV steady and properly grounded, this is especially true in some of your mountainous regions.
Bringing Camping Clothes
The sun appears to be harsh, but the cold does too! To stop getting burned while watching or hiking, consider wearing beanies to protect against the cold as well as sun hats.
While the forecast will say heat, in the mountains the nights get much colder than in the region. If you intend on sitting around the fire and roasting some smores, make sure to have plenty of jackets!
Short and long sleeves can be useful under jackets and coats to shield you from the sun.
Items for kitchen and cooking
Camping girdles are easy to cook on and produce the most delicious food!
This might seem easy, but you wouldn’t have to eat out of your mouth. So be sure to have plenty of bowls, plates, and cups.
For starting a campfire, you will need to have a good supply of lighters and matches, for proper cooking as well as cleaning and sanitation throughout the campground. Make sure you have enough choices so that you don’t run out of heat!
Hygiene of the Individual
You can plan on packing your shampoo and conditioner if you have access to a bathroom.
You want to make sure that you have a way to clean your teeth, after all the smores you have eaten!
This one is very self-explanatory. You don’t want the whole RV to stink, so be sure to pack deodorant!
Wood is essential for any campfire and while you may often go out into the forest and cut down a tree, it is better to carry firewood with you.
Camping chairs around the fire make for nice nights. Make sure that you have some comfortable chairs for a night of ghost stories at the fire or sitting by the lake trying for that big catch.
You need to make sure you have the right tools for chopping and breaking up your firewood or even cut more if necessary, so make sure you have something sharp with you!
By following this simple camping checklist you are ensuring that you have all of the proper ingredients to a fun and stress-free camping trip. Remember, it is vital that you have everything before you enter in the great outdoors. Because once your tent is pitched, it is quite difficult to get your hands on some of these essential items.