Packing up to leave your campsite is never the highlight of anyone’s camping trip. Be honest, how many memorable photos do you have of folding up the camp chairs or retracting the awning? When’s the last time you reminisced about a favorite vacation and fondly recalled coiling up the extension cord as one of the major highlights?
Tearing down the campsite and packing it all away for departure isn’t the part of the trip that holds the dearest memories. But if not done thoroughly and efficiently, there may be a story or two to tell about a fiasco that happened. You want your vacations to have plenty of memorable moments, not infamous stories like, “Remember the time your brother forgot to check under the RV and we ran over all the fishing gear when we pulled out?”
When you have an RV tear-down checklist, it streamlines the process of packing up your campsite so you can end your trip on a positive note, not a stressful or chaotic one.