If you’re ready to hit the road in your RV and have found the ideal destination, pack your things and get ready to explore. One of the most important packing tips for first-time campers is don’t over-pack. Overloading your RV with unnecessary items and camping gear is easy to do. Consult your checklist and follow these tips to save space, time and stress. Stock Up on the Basics Keeping the go-to basics in your RV during camping season is a simple way to always be ready for a trip. Obviously, you need to remember to thoroughly wash everything before storing it in the RV between trips. Regardless of where you are traveling these camping essentials include: Bedding, pots and pans, can opener, colander, plates, bowls, cutlery, cups, trash bags, dish soap, sponges, dish towels, napkins or paper towels, a lighter for the grill/propane oven, toilet paper, toiletries, towels, first aid kit, hand sanitizer, sunscreen, bug spray, a generator, fuel, and propane. Getty Images Planned Meals Save Money and Space When it comes to cooking meals while camping, the simpler the better. Once you have created your daily menus, you can make a list of the ingredients you need to shop for ahead of time. This not only saves space but saves money as well by reducing waste. Stick to Simple Clothing Depending on what you are planning for activities will have a big impact on what you should pack. If you can keep it down to the minimal necessities […]