Camper Trailer Setup Tips
Are you having trouble tripping over each other while tying the knots of a rope? Or setting and dismantling tents? It does not have to be this way! Most of us are campers that do not stay put at once location and keep on moving from place to place. This ends up in constantly setting and packing up things. Below are some tips that can put the whole camping process in a straight line and make your trip hassle-free.
Before you set up camp, make sure you remove all the things required for the night like a torch, gasoline for the fire, etc. This is necessary to prevent you from exiting and entering your tent, again and again, thus preventing the entry of harmful insects and nocturnal creatures.
While packing, throw in all the bedding materials and roll it up in the bed itself. It can be pillows, mattresses, or whatever you need that puts you to sleep. Doing this avoids the hassle of rechecking and keeps the bedding materials organized. Also, investing in hooks is not a bad idea when it comes to organizing things. Most usable materials have holes fixed in them, so hooking them up is a good way to clear some space while maintain some level of organization.
Find a good camping spot and make sure the hookups are close enough for the electrical plug and water hoses to reach. Try to level the trailer as well and set the corner jacks. After setting up, make sure to go inside the trailer and check the power flow.
Making your ropes visible using glow-in-the-dark paints is a blessing if you are camping in an area that gets minimum sunlight.
Keep the poles you need to set up on the bed itself. This makes camping easier as you do not have to search the entire caravan for the poles or fear to misplace them.
If you plan to stay overnight, try to remove as less things as possible. This will result in easy packing the next day.
Follow these pointers above and have a great camping experience!