Jordan and Pete -
I’m convinced that Winter RVing is for the pros… or those newbies who are naive enough to have no idea what they are getting themselves into.
We fall into the latter category.
After going full-time in our Sabre 296CK in October (you can read all about our story here!), we decided that the next logical step after having a few weeks under our belt was clearly to RV in the snow.
Little did we know, there’s a LOT more that goes into Winter RVing than “normal” RVing.
We want to help you be a little more prepared than we were, so today we’re sharing our top 4 tips that we’ve learned during our Winter RVing experience so far.
1. Make Friends at Your RV Park
You probably didn’t expect to hear this tip - or for it clinch the number one spot - but hear us out.
The only way we have defrosted our pipes and haven’t frozen to death yet is because of the friends we’ve made on the road.
Yes, YouTube and Google are great resources.
However, there is nothing like a friend who will come over to your RV and take a look at the breaker that you blew with your space heater (oops) when it’s below freezing out.
We have been so pleasantly surprised by the friends we have made on the road so far.
Some people we have met locally in our RV parks and campgrounds, but many of our new RV friends we’ve met through Instagram.