Having no prior experience with a camper, and it's been years since we've done any sort of camping, my criteria was just find a place and park it. I probably picked the most difficult state park possible for our first outing. We had to back the travel trailer up a slight incline hill and angle it to fit into the assigned space, along with adding various objects to level the trailer. It may or may have not taken an hour to set up! Good thing I had supper made in a crock pot that was already finished and ready to eat!! I also picked a site with no water hook ups, we learned later that more educated campers fill up before parking. We were not going to re-park as it was a one night camping experience so we just made it work with repeated trips to the bathroom, which is what we'd have done if we were tent camping! No big deal.
Kids reading on the top bunk.
They waged an endless campaign for top bunk privileges that went on all summer.