you might benefit from figuring out where in your trailer to put a baby gate to prevent the 2 an 3 yr old from letting themselves out of the TT while you are sleeping or not looking. My DD was 3 1/2 when we bought our TT, she did let herself out when my back was turned. I caught her as she started to walk down the campground road from our site (literally one site over but still a scare for me). Also, if you are putting the kids in a bunk or on a fold down bed, you will want a side rail. Some people will fold the dinette flat and put the pack and play on that at night. Bring off bug sprayfor the older kids and a citronella candle and tiki torches are nice to help with the bugs. Don't forget the sunscreen for all! You might want to have some dvd's for downtime or rainy times. A portable DVD player is a lifesaver for us during the longer drives. Pack twice as many diapers and pullups/wipes as you think you need. Same goes for the kids clothes (unless campground has a washer/dryer, then you can bring detergent/fabric softener and quarters). Also you might want waterproof sheets forthe kids as well as extra sheets for all. Whatever you do, don't forget their favorite lovey or blanket ... we made that mistake one time and one time only. We almost had to drive the hour and a half home but I was able to get her to calm down and bought her a new stuffed toy at the camp store. It worked but barely. x2 on keeping certain books/toys/games in the TT. I even have a couple of stuffed friends that stay permanently in the TT. Rain boots and ponchos are great to let them just go splash around in mud puddles during a rainy day. Realize that you will be giving the kids baths pretty frequently as they tend to get pretty dirty camping (a dirty kid is a happy camper!) Have fun.
Edited by: anaro
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