Originally Posted by Lady Fitzgerald
In a perfect world, that would be good advice but we don't live in a perfect world and often people will not have a choice on what time they arrive at a destination.
You keep repeating "in a perfect world", and somehow seem to imply that doing something that is not recommended is "OK". If the OP was an experienced RV'er [states they are newbies], were familiar with the CG and Campsite [not likely given new to camping], had previous experience with backing a trailer [not indicated], and was desiring to perform the nite procedure without the aid of a competent spotter; this is like asking for suggestions on how to land a plane without any previous knowledge or training.
This is for sure an "imperfect world" and we are sometimes faced with doing what we have to do in an unplanned difficult situation but the key that you are ignoring here is that avoiding getting into that difficult situation in which even an experienced RV'er would take pause, is that this OP is not experienced, does not have a spotter, and is attempting to set up at a campsite that he has never seen before.
In a perfect world or even an imperfect world, this is a situation that Can be avoided in any number of ways. As a new pilot you are not going to leave late and fly into a storm or set yourself up for a night landing on an unfamiliar remote airstrip. While landing your TT is not life threatening like landing a private plane, doing it under the circumstances of this thread has an extremely high probability of ruining your weekend and doing significant damage to your shiny new TT.