Mary Ann, Ummmmm, the list is a little extensive!
But what you can do is, utilize what would work for your camping needs from it.
Sorry I don't know if your new to camping or just happened to join us. But one thing that is recommend for newbie's is to camp close to home for the first camping trip.
Of course pack what you think you will need, then take notes on what you needed and want to add. Seems to work for most. Take note paper jot down items you think you want. This also works for things you pack in the trailer that you haven't used in 20 camping trips. Time to remove it......
Personally I have different camping needs. So though there are things that are left in the Casita
all the time. Certain things only get put in when I think I will need them. Of course I have the luxury of storage (in our barn) for things as crockpot, electric skillet, Mr Coffee maker when we will be resort camping and ax, camp stove, lantern, etc when we will be camping camping....... That way I am not dragging everything with me for every camp trip. It works for us, but it is a lot of work. But my thought is, it would be more work to move stuff everytime I needed what ever was stored behind it!
Find a campground close to home and get out for a couple of nights to see what you find that would make your camping excursions more fun. Enjoy!