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When the cold winter months approach, it’s easy for many RVers to remember the winters they’ve spent in the RV, especially the ones spent in the snow and cold of the Northeastern United States.
Many immediately recognize that RV life would be interesting in the winter, but everything that is interesting and intriguing about winter RVing can also lead to difficulties that RVers should be prepared for: roads can get icy, RV campgrounds are sometimes less accessible, water hookups need to be babied in order to keep them in working order, RV heating issues, etc.
Take advice from other RVers. Access handy RVing tips and hints provided by RV campgrounds in your area. Utilize the information provided through the many forums and online chat groups, etc. that offer RVing information and resources that can decrease the chances that you will be surprised by winter conditions where you plan to stay.
RVing in winter can offer a multitude of challenges to the RVer, but for every problem associated with winter RVing, there is an available solution. If you find yourself facing a winter RVing problem that you can’t fix, turn to one of your neighbors at your chosen campground. Putting your heads together with other RVers drastically increases your chances of beating the problems associated with RVing in winter and enjoying all the beauty and wonder it offers.
Consider any problems that crop up while you’re RVing in winter as challenges that you can beat. Septic wagons might freeze. Plows might not make it close enough into the campground to allow 24-hour access during winter. Water pipes at the RV campground could freeze or crack. But these are all just challenges that many RVers have overcome countless times. Step up your game and become a winter RVer who thrives on the added excitement. Don’t be bullied into storing your RV during cold weather. Get out there and learn to handle the changes to the open road that come with the cold months.