By Lisa Dempsey

Welcome to my video on “Trailer Tips and Tricks for Hitching Up and Backing into Your Site.” Surely, whether you’re a seasoned camper or just starting your RV journey, backing a trailer into a tight spot can be a nerve-wracking experience. But fear not! Today, I’m going to share my expert tips and tricks. I’ve been guiding campers for years, turning even the most apprehensive newbies into confident campers who can back their trailers like pros.

In this video, I will walk you through several tools I use to make backing up to hitch my tow vehicle to my trailer or into my campsite—no more sweaty palms or second-guessing yourself —just simple, practical advice that you can easily follow. Lisa’s friendly and lighthearted approach will put you at ease and make you feel like you’re learning from a friend.

Without delay, grab a cup of coffee or your favorite camping beverage, sit back, and let me share my tips. Be sure to leave your feedback and your secrets to making hitching up your trailer or backing into your campsite more easily.

Finally, if you want more detailed help backing up or towing a trailer, visit these two Girl Camper articles, which include videos to guide you.

For more Girl Camper tips on backing up a trailer, check out this article from our former Missouri Guide, .

If you are looking for more tips on towing your trailer, here is a link to how to beat the fear of towing:

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