Trailer Life Directory online contains lots of free resources including useful checklists including the “Return-trip” list in The RV Handbook:
… Prior to departure, it’s best to follow a checklist, at least initially, to make sure you haven’t forgotten something that will cause problems or cost money. Here’s a basic list, to which you can add items from your owner’s manual:
Dump holding tanks if dump station is available.
Roll up and store awning, power cords, and hoses.
Close all windows, vents, doors, drawers, and hatches.
Check roof rack or storage pod.
Lower TV antenna/satellite dish.
Retract entry step.
Secure interior: items on counter tops, refrigerator/freezer doors, and television.
Turn off water pump and furnace (unless you require them for winter travel).
Turn off water heater (or close pilot).
Lock refrigerator door.
Retract stabilizers or jacks; store wheel chocks.
Check lights/turn signals, tires, and engine oil.
Drive away from the site a few yards, stop, and walk back to make sure you didn’t leave anything?and that you left the site cleaner than you found it.If you have Checklist tips to share- please visit –TrailerLifeDirectory