How 'bout (since no one has suggested this yet).....a pair of good folding outdoor chairs to sit around the campfire in? To that you might add one of the "outdoor rugs" - these come in so very handy especially if you don't have a concrete pad where your picnic table is and...they come with a door mat so that you don't track the out-of-doors into your new rig. You might also consider a tablecloth for the picnic table. We got ours at Wally World. The ones you pick up at the dealerships are usually very thin and will tear after the first few uses. Don't forget the tablecloth hold downs while you're there. Standard picnic table is 52x70. And, if you want to "splurge", some lights to string along your awning (don't forget the hangers for these) are nice at night, but stay away from white lights as the bugs are drawn to them. Sticks for roasting marshmallows, box of graham crackers, pack of Hershey Bars, and a bag of Marshmallows. Some fire starter sticks. Some extension cords. A clock (I know, you're on vacation but it comes in handy for check-out deadlines at the campgrounds). Good Sam or Passport America membership (or both). And, most importantly, go to the Dollar Tree or Dollar Store & pick up 4-5 of the disposable ponchos to keep inside. These are especially helpful if setting up or breaking down in the rain. But most of all, have FUN and enjoy yourselves. And BTW, welcome to the forum!