I know it is a lot of fun to RV during the Summertime, but is it also possible to go RV Camping during the Wintertime?
ANSWER: Hi Joe, yes, you can go RVing during the winter. Now seeing that you live in Minnesota, it may not be advisable for you to go camping in an RV in the middle of winter there. But, in other milder parts of the country such as Florida, Arizona, California, Southern Nevada, etc. people RV all year round.
In fact, there are 1000s of folks that come down from Canada to stay in the warmer winter climate states. These folks are known as "Snowbirds".
There are also lots of Full-Time RVers that live in and enjoy their RVs 365 days of years. They are known as Full-Timers; they no longer own a stick home and happily live the RV Lifestyle year-round.
Take a look at the video below to get some tips from an RVer who camps during the winter in Canada.
Let me take a moment to appeal to our readers if any of you can enlighten Joe on how you RV in Winter, leave a comment with your tips, tricks, places you stay etc. After all, we don't want to leave Joe out in the cold (sorry I couldn't resist).
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