It’s really hard to hook a U-turn on a tight track with a camper trailer in tow, but there are a few little tricks of the trade that can really help. The first one being to activate your trailer’s brakes independently to your vehicle’s as you reverse. The idea is the trailer will jackknife much faster than normal, which can actually be useful in some scenarios. The next tip is to mark a spot on the drawbar or stone-guard to indicate when and where the camper is going to impact with your vehicle on tight turns. It saves you a heck of a lot of guess work in the long run! One more tip: the quickest way to straighten a car and camper up after a tight turn isn’t to simply drive straight. Instead, exaggerating the turn both ways before ending up straight should get the job done a tad quicker... give it a go!