Easy Camper Rental is the easiest way to rent a camper, and here are some tips on how to make packing for your trip easy too.
Included in the rental?
RV-friendly toilet paper (3-4 rolls)
Broom with dust pan
Sewer hose (if needed during your vacation; we dump the tanks for you upon return)
Fresh water hose with pressure regulator
30 amp cord
30 to 15 amp adapter (if you only have 15 amp electrical service available)
2 ½” to 2” receiver reducer sleeve if needed for your tow vehicle
RV-friendly toilet paper if you need more than provided
Electrical or duct tape
First aid kit
Matches or lighter (lighter provided, but just in case)
3/4” and 13/16” sockets, breaker bar or 1/2” impact wrench (in the very rare case you need to change a tire. Torque lug nuts to 90 ft lbs when changing.
Generator (if needed, and can be rented as add-on)
Kitchen/Cooking (can be rented as an add-on)
Pots and pans
Spatulas & mixing spoons
Griddle, skillets, etc.
Measuring cups and spoons
Dish soap & sponge
Bowls, plates, and cups
Zip lock bags
Food storage containers
Sleeping and Linens (can be rented as an add-on)
Water bottles (don’t recommend drinking the water from the trailer fresh water tank)
Vegetables and fruits
Drink mix packets
Salt, pepper, herbs and spices
Peanut butter and jelly
Multipurpose cleaning spray
Proper shoes (sneakers, hiking boots, sandals, etc.)
Sweatshirts and jackets
Pants and shorts
Shirts (short and long sleeve)
Personal Items and Toiletries
Firewood (saw or hatchet)
Board games/playing cards
Your properly planned activities (Mountain bike, hiking, boats, powersports, fishing gear, corn hole, balls/frisbee etc.)
A great attitude (especially during not so ideal weather)
Things to Keep in Mind Depending on Your Trip
Items specific to your activities (see KEEP IT SIMPLE!!!).
It may take a long time to cool the fridge/freezer. Dry ice in a paper bag helps the cooling process.
Watch the weather forecast for clothing.
Mountain temps (especially at night) are cold so bring warmer clothes if needs be
Cooking while camping can be a fun experience. Try new things, and have desserts that you normally wouldn't (fun fact, calories don't count when you are camping). However, be mindful of what you have available to cook with. You may not have an oven, or a smaller fridge to store food.
Mentally go through your days and pack the necessities.
KEEP IT SIMPLE!!!
Camping is about escaping the hectic world and enjoying the more simple things in life. The number one issue we see (especially with new campers) is that they try to bring their entire house with them. This causes more stress than convenience. KEEP IT SIMPLE!!!