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Old 10-04-2014, 08:32 PM   #1
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Camping Checklist

Anybody have a link to a good camping checklist that I can adapt to my needs. I usually wait till the departure day to start packing (not too smart) and forget something I need. Although, this time I have already packed clothes loaded the pantry with canned food, resupplied the paper towels, napkins so I don't get caught off guard again. Thanks.
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Old 10-04-2014, 08:40 PM   #2
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Toilet paper...and baby wipes...
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Old 10-04-2014, 08:52 PM   #3
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Old 10-04-2014, 11:51 PM   #4
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Sorry, I thought it was understood that Cheetos and beer were a given and the first things that were packed!!! What is camping without them!!
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Old 10-04-2014, 11:52 PM   #5
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Did a search and found this site which has a variety of checklists. Need to look thru it myself.

http://rv-roadtrips.thefuntimesguide..._checklist.php
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Old 10-05-2014, 12:13 AM   #6
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Here is another nice list in pdf format.
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File Type: pdf printable-travel-checklist.pdf (146.1 KB, 157 views)
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The Bride is a list maker (I like to joke w/ her that she can't go to the bathroom without a list) and we wrote our own. We started rather modestly and the list quickly grew into an inside/outside checklist and then into Arrive/Depart - Storage/Campground lists. When we get too many hand written additions I print a new copy.
Last trip I forgot my shampoo.
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The Bride is a list maker (I like to joke w/ her that she can't go to the bathroom without a list) and we wrote our own. We started rather modestly and the list quickly grew into an inside/outside checklist and then into Arrive/Depart - Storage/Campground lists. When we get too many hand written additions I print a new copy.
Last trip I forgot my shampoo.
My DW is the same way! We have 3 lists; 1 for packing, 1 for departure from home, and 1 for departure from CG. All are laminated and on different colored paper. She will not mark off an item unless she lays hands (or eyes) on the item in question. She's really my backup with her lists. Since I take care of most of the items outside, like towing hardware, sewer/water, shore power, etc, I usually go by the list in my head (same steps in the same order every time), and she goes behind me with her list and we verify everything together before we move.
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Everything stays in our hybrid. Anything that [U]does[U] come in goes into a bag to go right back out. When we are getting ready to go we pack our clothes, I pack the food and wine, he packs the beer. It works real well for us this way.
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We have a multi-part list. It's on one sheet, in sections, so that it's not a pain to use. Part of it has the things that should always be in the trailer that we double check in the spring. Part of it is a list of consumables that have to be replaced from time to time, things like batteries or fire starters. Then there is the list of things we bring for each trip, things like cameras, tablets, chargers for electronics, etc. We even have a list for the common food items that we forget and then have to pay more for them somewhere else (ketchup and mustard come to mind).
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