Tag: rvs in winter

Everyone loves to camp during the warmer months of the year. But winter RV camping can be an amazing experience – and much quieter too. There’s rarely a crowd when camping in the winter months.

Soft blankets of snow cover the ground and create a canvas for wildlife activity that may not be as easy to spot when camouflaged by the greens, yellows and browns of the other three seasons. Trails you may have hiked before are transformed into new adventures in the winter. Activities like swimming are exchanged for sledding, snowshoeing, or even cross-country skiing.  You may be a snowmobiler and enjoy winter camping while out on new trails.

Christmastime may have been warmer than Thanksgiving this year but there is still a chill in the air. You know that winter weather is inevitable, not to mention how it can drag on well past the date Punxsutawney Phil predicts spring to arrive. So are you ready to escape the onslaught of snow to warmer climates? Here are some great snowbird RV campgrounds, ready to keep you warm until spring weather makes its way back north. Depending on your snowbird lifestyle, you may even want to visit them all!

Winter traveling is not uncommon. However, not everyone thinks in terms of winter RV traveling. For most, RV travel is limited to the warmer months. When the snow flies, thoughts generally turn to storage options for the winter. But cold weather doesn’t mean the end of RV travel for the season.

Whether you are visiting friends and family for the holidays, getting away for some off-season weekend fun or taking advantage of some extra time off to ski or snowmobile, here are some winter RV tips for a safe holiday season of traveling.