We sleep in our trailer, its has a very
small LQ with bunk beds
We started out in tents, then went to a SUV and slept in the back then to a truck bed camper then the trailer
Kinda worked our way up.
Take enough hay to get you through the length of time you will be gone. I find hay bag work best for feeding. Plus enough of whatever other feed they are used to, you will need a bucket or feed bag for that.
We take a muck bucket for their water and then use it when we are cleaning out the manure from the camp site. Most places want you to clean out the manure when you leave, at least spread it around. Take a manure or pitch fork with you.
Check before you leave if the area requires a neg. Coggins. If they do make sure you have your paperwork with you. I keep ours in the trailer so its always with us.
Make sure you have the equipment to change a tire on your trailer
That's another subject but figured I'd throw it in.
We take a long length of rope and "high line" the horses. You don't need anything fancy just good strong rope and a couple of old cinches to wrap around the trees. We leave them out all day and then back in the trailer at night. We could leave them out all night, but I would worry and not be able to sleep
Heres a pic of the set up we use.