WASHINGTON — Some RVers choose to avoid the crowding and hustle and bustle of the regular camping season by venturing out for a winter stay at their favorite RV park or state park campground. The days are short, and temperatures may plunge but if you and your RV are ready for the elements, you’ll surely enjoy the peace and quiet of a wintertime camping trip.
Below are five steps vital to preparing for an offseason camping adventure.
Prepare your RV for the elements
Most late model RVs and trailers are designed, built and insulated to take cold weather in stride. Even when that’s not the case, there’s plenty you can do to make your older RV or trailer warm and cozy.
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