Summer may be the most popular time for road trips, but that doesn’t mean you have to pack up your rig at the first sign of Jack Frost. RVing in the winter is a great way to experience a wide variety of outdoor recreational activities, from skiing and snowshoeing to simply meandering around in winter wonderlands, cup of hot cocoa in hand.
You may be wondering, however, how to keep a camper warm in the winter. After all, even the best-made rigs on the market have significantly less insulation than a sticks-and-bricks home! And just like your foundation-built house, RVs have a variety of sensitive systems that can be damaged by the impact of freezing cold temperatures.
In this post, we’ll walk you through everything you need to know about winter RV living, from keeping your rig warm and toasty while you’re inside to winterizing it for storage. Read on to unlock all the secrets you need to know to make winter RV journeys into a pleasure!