Camping in winter can be difficult. You’re fighting the cold, bringing extra accessories to accommodate the weather, and you spend less time outside because of the temperatures. While it is more work to camp in your RV during winter – it’s certainly worth it. Between all the fun winter activities you can do, such as skiing, sledding, snowboarding, snowball fights, and roasting marshmallows, camping in the winter won’t be an experience you’ll soon forget.
Trying to decide what size RV best fits your needs? Lately, the choice is clear: smaller has become a better option in many ways.
The pandemic has created a flurry of outdoor activity. With it, outdoor enthusiasts are finally deciding to buy RVs and take the trip of their dreams cross-country. With the influx of happy hikers and mountain-bikers came an increase in RV sales, and limited campground spaces. Smaller RV’s give you a competitive edge when it comes to vying for space in the most popular campgrounds and more