Sleeping Bags or sheets & duvets Pillows Waterproofs flip flops or crocs for walking to the toilet block! Towels cooking pans/saucepans kitchen paper tissues games to keep everyone amused if it rains! good books/magazines ipods washing up liquid clothes washing kit some form of washing line (i use a stretchy twisted one which you don't need pegs for & will stretch between awning poles) toilet chemicals if not already in the van dustpan & brush bin bags or carrier bags for rubbish insect repellant (depending on where you are going)
I always take my slow cooker , if you have hook up that is. It means you can go off for the day and come back to an almost ready made meal.Or a bbq if you want to do lots of that in the evening ,weather permitting.
cooking oil tea towels bottled cheap water (tesco do it for about 15p) male & female wash bags (so you can shower at same time) the £1 shop near us often sells disposable barbies for ... £1 LOL tins of beans tea bags biscuits coffee sugar
i have a box that comes in out of of the van - on it are stickers that say
oil ketch mayo butter/mage jam.marmite meat/bacon eggs salt kitchen roll
thanks some great ideas here! flip flops were great in the showers badgerhead the kids didnt moan about the cold floors! flossie fantastic idea slow cooker just prep 'n' go Madreinglais sat outside mcdonalds and booked our train tickets to london lol Qod didnt do the box but typed up a tick list ready for next time so i dont forget any thing. As for the bottle of wine rubberduck we took the pimms and jd with coke of course not much of a wineo myself & dh had his jsmiths. Had a fantastic time @california country park in reading n spent 4 days in lego land,1 in london science museum,1 in coral reef and the rest vegin around the site which is great for fishermen who want a cheap holiday and dont want a club house or shop on site.A lovely natural environment with squirrels throwing nuts on the roof