Winter Camping Is Not So Bad

Winter Camping Is Not So Bad

Well, it is just about spring and we are approaching our final few weeks here at the Park City RV Resort were we’ve been “Dug In” through much of the colder months. We are definitely looking forward to getting back into the Boondocking groove again, as the seasons begins to change. We have a lot of adventures planned during the upcoming seasons and are excited to travel uninterrupted for nearly a solid 3 months this summer! We’ll save those plans for an upcoming post!

Let talk about winter camping. Really, as the as the title states, It is not that bad! We stayed nice and warm all winter long even during a few early mornings when the temps dropped close to -20 degrees. That’s right, NEGATIVE 20 degrees. Some of you might be reading this and thinking, “there’s no way I’ll ever ride out a winter in my RV.” That’s cool, but if you ever even had an inkling of wonder about it…with a few modifications and knowledgeable tips, you can experience the winter in your rig with out skipping a beat.

With fall approaching, I began thinking of some ways to better insulate our home on wheels. Our travel trailer has a heated and enclosed underbelly, but I noticed that there were some areas I could upgrade that would help to keep warm in the winter, (as well as cool in the summer.) Here are some photos of a few finished projects. I’m not going to go into too much detail because everyone’s rig is different but if you have questions reach out via comments or our Facebook page.

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Overall, this winter was pretty dang fun! We enjoyed the mountains, and found out that full timing in the winter is absolutely do-able. We will have skied and snowboarded well over 100 days this year when all is said and done! We worked hard and saved enough money to travel all summer without having to work. Our Lifestyle is continually evolving and we are loving the ride so far. Here is some photos from the winter. Until next time…..

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