Take your time, make sure it is level before you raise the roof, have a good sense of humor and above all have a great time.
Oh, and be sure to tie down the awning.
Our first time out, I was real new to backing it up. When we got to the campsite I warned the sites next to that this was our first time. I was sort of joking so they would not laugh at me too hard, not really asking for help but they jumped right up and helped us back it in.....fellow campers are usually willing to help, you just have too ask. And having this app on your smart phone is key too.
HTT: "EscapeII" 2016 Shamrock 23WS (current)
PUP: "Escape" 2010 Rockwood HW 277 (gone)
TV: "Bruce" 2011 Dodge Durango V8 Hemi Crew
Just us gals (me, Sis and our daughters)
Traveled 19520 miles and 209 nights in 7 years and counting