10 Tips for Packing Up at the Campground
It’s hard to make the case that packing up from an RV trip is part of the fun. But with the right attitude and the right approach, it can be. At the very least we can all agree that is a necessity, and since it is a necessity, we might as well do it right. Here are ten tips that will make you a Zen master of packing up camp--and help you prepare for your next trip while doing so.
Start the Night Before
We all want to spend our last night at the campground around the campfire looking up at the stars, but there are a few key things that should get packed up before bed. Your awning, outdoor rug, and camp chairs can get damp overnight if you leave them out, and you don’t want to pack them up (or roll them up!) that way in the morning. If you do you will have to unpack or unroll them when you get home so they dry properly--and who wants extra work when you get home from a trip? If you roll up a wet awning and leave it out until your next trip it will get moldy--and the stains won’t be easy to remove.