How to Properly Level a Travel Trailer

Knowing how to level a travel trailer is an essential skill every RV owner must possess. If not, you’ll have trouble staying comfortable and using some of your appliances during your trip.

Here, we’ll walk you through how to level a travel trailer. You’ll be an expert before you know it!

Let’s look at the basic process required to level a travel trailer properly.

How Do You Level a Travel Trailer

First, find a level spot to park. Whether in a campground, RV park, or public lands, you want to find the most level spot possible.

Find a Level Spot

The first thing you need to do is level your rig side to side. Even if you have an auto-leveling system, you want to get it as level as possible before initiating it. 

Level Side to Side

It’s a good idea to purchase two sets of chocks for your tires and secure both sides. It’s better to be safe than sorry.

Chock Your Tires

After you’ve chocked your tires, you can start the unhitching process for your travel trailer. The required steps will vary depending on the hitch you use.

Unhitch Your Travel Trailer

How much you need to raise and lower the tongue of your travel trailer will depend on the site. 

Level Front to Back

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