I bought a 2H gooseneck trailer over the summer and now I am going to be joining friends for horse camping soon now that the weather is cooling down.
Fortunately, my riding friends have a nice LQ so we will share in its creature comforts (hot showers, potty) and the place where we are camping will have individual paddocks with sheds. We will be staying at a riding campground here in Florida that will have water and electricity.
My trailer has electric outlets, but other than that it’s a basic dressing room, uninsulated (although I am looking into fitting the dressing room with insulation and AC). It’s my first time that I will camp in my trailer. I’ll add an air mattress to the gooseneck and a memory foam topper, and bring a fan.
Anyone have good suggestions and “hacks” to make my weekend camping in the trailer more comfy?
Also, my horse has been to horse shows and plenty of trail rides but he’s never camped out before. He’s easy going so I think he’ll be fine, but any suggestions to make him more comfortable are welcome. Do you think it’s a good idea to bring my own water from the barn in case the water “tastes funny” (I have a water tank on my trailer).
Thanks for any advice!