We’ve all been there. It’s that point during packing for an upcoming RV trip that you begin scratching your head and wondering what you’ve forgotten. It might be something as simple as toothpaste or as important as your cell phone charger. Instead of moving forward and accepting things for what they are, try using our handy basic checklist for RVing. This checklist can be modified to include items that are specific to your family, like prescription medications and special items of clothing.
Although this list is just a start, you’ll love being prepared and less likely to forget important items. After all, forgetting items like bug spray or shampoo will force you to have to purchase duplicates, spend extra money, and have more than your fair share of extra items.
Any additional toiletries
Any medications your family might need
Sheets and Pillowcases
Games for entertainment
Chairs to use outside
First Aid Kit – with bandages, bacitracin, and anything else your family might need
Being prepared is half the battle to enjoying your RV trip. By being prepared you save time and potential arguments over forgotten items. While this list isn’t exhaustive, it gives a general idea of what you should bring along on your trip. It’s important to print this out and cross items off your list as your go through them so you save time while packing and remember if and when you forget an item, because we all do at some point or another, take a deep breath and remember the RVing adventure that lies ahead of you!