Are you about to go on your next trip in your RV and might be concerned that you will forget some important things? Making sure that your RV is packed properly and with everything that you will and might need on your trip can be quite a daunting task. Fear not, this article will help you make sure that there is nothing that you leave behind that will potentially spoil your trip.
Starting with the bedroom – most trailers or RVs are going to have the bedroom at the back so starting your packing precess there makes sense. If your trailer or RV is the type that has more than one room then in order to make sure that you do not forget anything, make sure that you pack them all at once. The last thing you want is to completely forget to pack a room and only realize once out on the road. Remember, blankets are essential so be sure to pack enough for everyone. You never know when a freezing evening might creep in and catch you off guard.
Moving onto the bathroom – Knowing or trying to think of what exactly you should be packing inside your RV bathroom can be a little tricky due to it being very small and with there being quite a lack of storage space. Although it depends on how long your trip is going to be, most of the time each person is only going to need 1 towel. Dont forget to pack extra towels if you plan on doing some swimming or anything else that might get you wet. When planning toilet paper, check to make sure that the toilet paper that you pack is safe to flush into your septic tank.
Packing the kitchen is bound to be one of the trickier tasks. A good thing to do is to plan every single meal beforehand and then pack everything that you would normally use in order to prepare the meals as you would at home, remember that cooking out there is no different than at home except for the fact that it might be over a fire.
Lastly, pack the cleaning tools and equipment. Instead of taking your regular mop and bucket with you, rather purchase an extendable flat microfiber mop. This will help you in two ways, it can be telescoped down to a tiny size when not in use and it also does not need much water or any chemicals to clean.
And thats it, you now should be more than ready for your RV trip. Have fun!