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If you get a book like Trailer Life which lists most of the campgrounds in the US and tells you directions, cost and what they offer you will have an easier time of things. Cook some things in advance and freeze lots of food if you plan on eating in the RV. Take things for breakfast and lunches and you can stop in rest areas to eat lunch. Plan your trip as much as you can on a map and then you can sort of judge where the campgrounds are. Just relax and enjoy. You will meet many nice people in campgrounds and they are usually willing to help out in many ways. Safe trip.
I think that all of these things are great suggestions. Buying an RV, instead of renting one could actually be a more feasible option financially. Cooking food in advance, that's a good one too since an RV kitchen can be kind of tiny. Most of all remember to roll with the punches and have fun.