As suggested, stay at a campground nearby for at least 3 days to make sure everything works correctly. There is one within 10 min. of Scamp.
Know how to turn on your refrig all three ways, and set the thermostat. How to use the propane
heater and burner. how to use the shower and toilet, if you have them. How to drain the sink properly in the shower area if you have one, also the filter located under the floor.
How to hook up to the water, both storage and city and electric system, note that the water storage unit must be cleaned before use.
How to use the hot water heater, and drain it, and where the water drain valves are located.
How to properly dump the black and grey water systems. How to operate and set up the awning
if you have one.
How to stabilize the camper, depending if you have the new stabilizers or not, and proper way to set up at camp site. Its somewhat different from what you may be use to.
How to winterize the system.
Things you might want to purchase and consider bringing if you haven't already.
15 foot Rhino-Flex waste hose, and the proper waste fittings for the sewer and gloves to wear. Attached is pictures how I stored mine in a 5" x 5' vinyl post with end caps. The round pvc is where I mounted their system for storage.
Drinking and waste water hoses and water filter.
Leveling blocks, and a tri-level to level your camper.
A very good surge protector for protecting your electrical
system, not the entry lever type. Some times you will be on the grid.
A good padlock to secure your hitch.
A package of small bungee cords, roll of electrical
and duct tape, you'll be glad you have them when you need them.
I am sure others may have other ideas.
Welcome and enjoy.