RV Camping Checklist

Don't forget to use an RV camping checklist


Even though you are traveling with more comfort than if you were tent camping and your RV is permanently set up to go. There are always things you need to make sure you have in good working order!


The RV Camping Checklist

Exterior RV

Levelling blocks x 2

Wheel chocks

Portable generator

Fuel for generator

Solar panels

Electric cable for campground plug-in

Extension cord

Power adapters

Pressure regulator

Water tank - full

Water hose

Gas bottle - full

Waste tank - empty

Waste tank chemicals

Waste tank hose

Awning (+ any poles and pegs)

Hammer

Tarpaulin/ground sheet

Bungee cords

Satellite dish

Rope/string (for a washing line and to repair stuff)

Picnic rug

Camping chairs

Camping table

Table cloth (this may sound fancy, but is useful where campground picnic tables are dirty)

Hammock

Swiss army knife/multipurpose knife

Umbrella

Head torch (great to be hands free, but annoying when bugs hit you in the face)

Flashlight/torch

Camping light/lamp

Candles

Citronella candles for insects

Duct tape


Interior RV

Bed linen

Pillows

Duvet/bedspread/quilt

Blanket

Kettle

Toaster

Remote controls for appliances (e.g. TV, stereo)

DVDs

CDs

Porta potty

Toilet bleach

Fire extinguisher

Smoke detector

Carbon monoxide detector

Fuses

Broom

Dust pan and brush

Vacum cleaner + bags

RV interior light bulbs

Needle and thread


RV On The Move

RV registration documents

RV insurance documents

Membership details (e.g. Camping & Caravanning Club)

Passes (e.g. National Park Pass)

RV manuals (engine and appliances)

Maps and GPS


RV Maintenance

Vehicle headlight and brakelight bulbs

Spare tyres

Jack

Toolbox

Engine oil

Coolant

Anti-freeze

Jump cables

Shovel

Warning triangle (if you break down)

High visibility vest (if you break down at night)


RV Camping Check List - Clothes & Other Personal Stuff

Clothing:

Hiking boots

Trainers

Flip-flops/thongs/jandles


Coat/jacket

Fleece

Thermals

Wet weather gear/waterproof clothes

Beanie/wooly hat

Sun hat


Pants/trousers

Shorts

Sarong (guys should bring one too. They are great for just almost everything...towel, headscarf, blanket, sunshade etc)

Sweater/jumper

Long sleeves tops

T-shirts

Underwear

Socks


Pajamas

Wooly socks for sleeping (if it’s cold)


Laundry basket

Towels

Sunglasses

Bathing/swim suit


Wash bag:

Toilet paper

Tooth brush

Tooth paste

Dental floss

Mouthwash

Shampoo

Conditioner

Shower gel (or you can forget this and just use shampoo all over you)

Moisturizer

Razor & blades

Sunscreen

Insect repellent

Lip balm

Ear plugs

Sanitary products (even if it isn't your time of the month...better to be safe than sorry)

Nail scissors

Nail file

Tweezers

Baby wipes

Cottonwool


First aid kit:

Antibacterial hand sanitizer

Antiseptic cream

Antihistamines

Insect bite relief cream

Pain killer tablets

Deep heat/tiger balm

Plasters

Bandages

Safety pins

Bandage tape

Eye drops

Prescription medication


Leisure:

Guide book

Animal/bird guides

In-car charger for electrical items

Chargers for camera, phone, ipod, laptop, GPS

Phone

Camera

Ipod/stereo

Binoculars

Membership details (e.g. Camping & Caravanning Club)

Passes (e.g. National Park Pass)


Reading book

Cards/chess/chequers/dominoes (or any other game you can think off)

Pens

Paper



Click here for a printable version of our lovely checklist



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