While summer can be an exciting time to camp for most of the country, can you live in a camper in the winter? Let’s find out!
Most RV manufacturers do a pretty unfortunate job insulating and building RVs to withstand less-than-ideal weather conditions.
Pay attention to the temperature, especially overnight, when the air start to chill. Temperature below freezing for a few hours overnight aren’t a big deal for an RV.
The only way to live in a camper in the winter is by having the proper gear and taking suitable precautions.
Get Your Interior Heating System Sorted You’ll want a healthy propane supply on hand if you want to stay warm.