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Winter Time RV Transporting: 

 

 

We recommend you winterize your RV before having it transported to areas or locations that may experience freezing temperatures or snow accumulation. It is essential that all RV tanks are empty and water lines are completely drained and left open while the unit is in transit . 

 

Winter Time Camping:

Links to any camping club publication such as Trailer Life may provide you with general information about what you should expect and need when winter camping. A  google search on the topic “winter camping” can be helpful.                       

 

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TIPS for winter camping:

Plan ahead:

check on your destination for availability

Make sure you are ready for cold weather conditions

Be ready for Power Outages

Skirt around your RV & have a method of removing snow accumulation off the roof.

Make sure your unit is winterize and ready

Have all the necessary survival water-food-gloves-snow shovel-small electric heater-toe rope-extra blankets-boots-heavy socks & coat-cell phone charger- utility axe – flash light – small 12v battery charger-propane tanks full-pull vehicle fuel tank is full before arriving at your destination-tires are properly inflated-vehicle tire chains-heat rap water hose-keep your sewer hose line covered- have a Am-in-flame lighter and always let a family member know where you are going. These are some of the equipment & supplies needed for a happy winter camping trip. (see other related tips in camping guides or YouTube and KOA.com that may be available ).  

 

 

 

 

Winter Camping