Winter is officially here! What do you need to know about keeping warm while winter camping? We have a few tips up our sleeves… let’s dive in.
If you’re new to RVing, don’t let the cooler weather scare you off! We have plenty of resources for buying your first rig. Do you want a park model that feels like home? Or a smaller motorhome to take on the go? Use our buyers guide to get started.
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It depends! Typically the larger fifth wheels are better equipped for all the elements because they have more space available. Look at features like the type of insulation they use, the quality of the main heating system, and the potential for additional heat sources like a built-in fireplace. Another important feature is the proximity of your plumbing to the heat source—is it at risk of freezing?
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So you bought an RV… now what? Let’s get ready for winter!
Maybe you’re eager to get outside regardless of the weather. Or if you RV full-time, you’ll definitely find yourself in a cooler place over the winter months—unfortunately for Canadians, we have a limit on how many days we can spend in the south each year!
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You always need to be prepared as an RVer, especially when winter camping. Here’s a few tips to stay warm…
It seems like a lot of work, but it just might be your best decision yet! We think everyone should keep the camp vibes going through shoulder season, but if you plan to stay home this winter, remember to properly winterize and store your RV!
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