RV Packing List ~ Cleaning and Sanitation

  • Large and small garbage bags
  • Dish cloth, dish soap, scrub pads
  • Towels, face cloths, Soap, shampoo, razors
  • Laundry soap, clothes pins, clothes line
  • Rags, shop towels
  • Cleaning solution (we use vinegar a lot)
  • Hand sanitizer, hand wipes
  • Tissues, toilet paper
  • Short handled broom and dustpan

RV Packing List ~ Cooking and Campfires

  • Axe
  • Barbecue, camp stove, grill (check with campsite they might provide one for you)
  • Fuel for BBQ, stove, charcoal
  • Cooking utensils (flippers, grabbers, stirrers etc.)
  • Griddle, saucepans, frying pan, toaster, coffee pot, teapot
  • Fire starter, fat sticks, long handled lighter, matches
  • Newspaper or other non-glossy paper
  • Skewers, sticks for hot dogs, popcorn popper
  • Flame resistant gloves, Oven mitts, pot holders
  • Table cloth, weights or clamps, tooth picks, table lights
  • Plates, bowls, glasses, mugs, go cups
  • Knives, forks, spoons, Napkins, paper towels
  • Mixing bowl, Bottle/can opener, corkscrew
  • Cooler, Ice
  • Plastic containers, zip lock bags, foil, plastic wrap, wax paper

RV Packing List ~ Food

  • Salt, pepper, spices, butter/margarine, cooking spray/oil, salad dressing
  • Mayo, mustard, ketchup, relish, hot peppers, pickles, olives, dips
  • Bread, rolls, hot dog/ham. buns
  • Coffee, tea, cold drinks, milk, juice
  • Eggs, cereal, oatmeal, pancake mix, bacon, sausage
  • Peanut butter/jelly, lunch meats, cheese, hot dogs, hamburgers
  • Limes, lemons, watermelon, grapes, oranges, etc.
  • Corn on the cob, potatoes, pasta/sauce
  • Salad fixings, fresh/canned vegetables
  • Canned beans, soups, spaghetti sauces
  • Chicken, pork, beef (make the marinate ahead of time at home)
  • Granola bars, cookies, chips, nuts, popcorn, fruit/pudding cups
  • Marshmallows, chocolate, graham crackers = S'mores - a must have!

Just in case, we always carry a can or jar of spaghetti sauce and a package of pasta as emergency rations. If we are delayed for some reason or have unexpected guests it comes in very handy.

RV Packing List ~ Games and Recreation

  • Life jackets, Swimsuits, fins, goggles, inflatables with foot pump
  • Dominoes, cards, dice, board games, etc.
  • Boccie, Frisbee, Volleyball, badminton, kite, remote control toys
  • Baseball/glove/bat, basketball, soccer ball, football
  • Fishing gear, license, bait, Golf clubs, tennis rackets

RV Packing List ~ RV Living

  • Compass, maps, DVD's for the ride
  • Outside mat to keep dirt out.
  • Lantern, fuel, mantles, Flashlights, headlamp
  • Insect repellent, Scented bug candles, batteries
  • Folding table & chairs(check with campsite might have a table already)
  • Camera, GPS, cell phone/charger, Swiss army knife multi tool
  • Warm clothing, wool socks, Rain gear, umbrella
  • Duct tape, gorilla glue, WD40, Small sewing kit, safety pins
  • Small shovel
  • Music - ipod,satellite radio, etc. Binoculars
  • Bedding - pillows, sleeping bags, blankets.

RV Packing List ~ First Aid

  • Emergency phone numbers, poison control, Pen/pencil, paper
  • 1 First aid booklet
  • 5 Pair non-latex gloves, 2 Burn dressings, 5 Gauze pads 4X4 and 2X2
  • 2 Roller gauze, adhesive tape, bandages, antibiotic cream
  • 1 pair scissors
  • 2 Each hot and cold packs
  • Band aids (various shapes and sizes)
  • Prescription medication, Epi pens, Inhalers
  • Glasses, Reading glasses, contacts, sunglasses
  • Aloe Vera, soothing lotions, sunscreen
  • Pain relief, Tylenol, Motrin, etc.

Always pack a little more medication than you expect to need in case of delays.

Print our list then highlight the items you'll be packing and add anything you must have that hasn't been included here.

Always check your fluids, belts and tires before each trip. Unless you are renting a unit from the Fullers, in which case this has already been done for you. Also many of the supplies listed above are available in our Housekeeping Kit.

When the rubber hits the road:

  • Keep a close eye on curbs. A 5 inch curb can wreak havoc on your tires, rims, and hub caps.
  • Have a dark pair of sun glasses with you. During sunrise and sunset, sun glasses are indispensable for spotting hazards on the road ahead.
  • Consider the height of your unit. Most people are unaccustomed to driving a 12 foot tall vehicle. The height limitation signs you usually ignore are now VITALLY important. Many drive-thru's will not accommodate a 12' tall motor home. Bridges and tunnels must be accessed as well. But the thing that gets 99% of all RVers are low branches hanging over the roads. A branch can make deep and expensive scrapes and gauges along the entire length of the motorhome.
  • Take note of the winds. High wind days are tough driving, but if you reduce your speed to 55-60 mph it becomes much easier to control.

When you are lucky enough to pull into a park where you can choose your site, here are a few things to bear in mind:

  • Where is the sun? And what is its path, relative to how the site is oriented? You may want to avoid a site where the sun will be beating down on your patio area, just when you want to be out enjoying the late afternoon and evening. On the other hand, you might want to take advantage of a spectacular sunset view, if you are equipped with an awning shade.
  • Where are the restrooms? Some people want to be near the restrooms and/or showers. Others may want to be far away. If it makes a difference to you, take a look around.
  • Another bit of RV advice is to look at the traffic pattern within the campground. If you don't want a lot of cars or foot traffic going past your site, then check it out as you make your selection. Or you might want to be right in the thick of things.
  • Is there sufficient space? Ideally, you will have a site big enough for your tow vehicle and RV.

Goose Hollow Campground
Route 49E, 35 Burbank Hill Rd,
Thornton NH 03285</br /> 1-603-726-2000
www.nhcampgrounds.com

Included In The Utility Kit For Rent - $180.00

  • Pillow (Per Person)
  • Blankets (Per Bed)
  • Sheets (Per Bed)
  • Bath Towel (Per Person)
  • Face Towel (Per Person)
  • Hand Towel (Per Person)
  • Pots (6qt covered, 3qt - 2qt sauce pans, frying pan)
  • Colander
  • Spoons, Knives, Forks
  • Plates, Bowls, Cups (Water and Coffee)
  • Utensils (spatula, large spoon, slotted spoon, tongs, large and small sharp knives)
  • Coffee Maker, Filters
  • Bagel Slice Toaster
  • Can Opener
  • Corkscrew

30 Days or more prior to pick up date there is a $200.00 handling fee.

29 to 15 days prior to pick up date you forfeit your security deposit.

14 to 0 days prior to pick up date you forfeit your security deposit and rental fees.