Ok...so this weekend is the maiden voyage of the Clark Country Cruiser..(catchy lil' name aint it?) ) so let's see if i'm ready to go...all loose stuff is put up in cabinets and in small plastic bins, checked the LP gas equipment and electrical circuits, stowed 4 - 50' hoses, 2 for potable water and 2 for black water flushout tank, dump hose, (it looked like it would come apart so I installed a hose clamp around the fitting/hose and wrapped it with electrical tape for extra support)...all tanks are empty except for a small amount to flush the toilet, maps ready, reservations to the state parks in order, spare electric cord, spare 50 amp/30 amp cord (just in case), insurance cards, 2'x2"x10" blocks cut for leveling the RV, dog chain, collar (with ID) and dog bowl, clothes, food, charcoal, foil, mesquite wood, (just LOVE bar-b-que,) tools, shovel, axe, lawn chairs, bicycles, broom, dust pan, pots and pans, utinsels, plastic dishes, bowls, cups, coffee pot, toaster oven, ice, ice chest, games, bottled water, sodas, and beer(not while driving of course,) plastic bags, fishing poles, swim suits, ray-bans, lighter, lighter fluid, spare towels and rags, small air compressor, emergency service numbers, flash light, first aid kit,and the tank is full of fuel...did I forget anything or is another trip to wal-mart in order?
Paper products -- TP, kleenex, coffee filters, extra paper towels, etc. Extra batteries for flashilight, etc.
Gloves to wear when dumping, and a container of sanitizing wipes, usually for the kitchen but also handy in an exterior compartment. Another optional item that many people carry is a water filter-- some campgrounds' water supplies are tehnically healthy, but not so clean.
I keep an extra key hidden in one of those magnetic boxes under the chassis -- yes it's a risk, but there's just SO much potential for key mishaps.