Snowbirds RVing in the Snow?!
With the border closures this season, many of our resourceful Canadian (and Alaskan) RVillage members are finding ways to do winter in an RV, and they show you how!
Photo credit, top: Connie Mueller Novak
Winter RV Living
Despite the root word "snow," snowbirds typically AVOID the snow by heading south for the winter. What happens when you cannot? Learn how to spend winter in your RV, comfortably.
See all the GREAT ideas for winter RV living offered by helpful RVillagers.
Dealing with frozen water lines
Sudden freeze in an area that doesn't usually get that cold?
See LOTS of trouble-shooting tips for un-freezing the water lines in sub-zero temperatures, and more advice here.
Is the water pump frozen? RVillagers offer solutions.
Preventing frozen pipes
Dealing with snow
Tips for getting snow off the slide-outs.
How do you remove snow from your RV's roof? Here's one idea.
Dealing with excess moisture
Keeping yourself warm (safely)
Many RVillagers use a Mr. Heater Buddy propane heater. RVillagers share information here.
Please—be safe with propane heat, be sure to have CO2 detector—and take heed if the alarm goes off!
Perhaps you actually follow the snow to ski resort-hop?
Join these groups to find tips for RV winter living and more!
- Winter RV Living
- Canadian RVers
- Snowbirds, Eh?
- Skiing RVers
- Winter / Off-Season Camping
- Full Time RVers
- Why Didn't I Think of That? Tips and Tricks
- Handy RV Tools and tips
Watch a video on winter living in Canada's RV parks.
Related post: Winterizing your RV
Doesn't this look cozy?
Disclaimer: The information gathered here is compiled from the posts and opinions of RVillagers, and not of RVillage itself. RVillage assumes no responsibility for any inaccuracies or omissions.
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