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Even though we've swapped from tenting...we still adopt a "tidy as you go approach"...Even now, the day prior to leaving a site,I still tend to take down/pack away the stuff that we won't be needing again on the morning of departure(..any canopy,windbreak,camping chairs,bbq etc..)
When we still tented at festivals,come the last night,all we'd have left in the tent,would've been sleeping bags and roll mats(..and maybe a single stove and the kettle),everything else would've already been packed away in the car..
Sod's Law means it's usually hammering down on the morning of departure,so the less to have to pack up the better...