RVing in North during Winter months.

Discussion in 'General RVing' started by connie, Jan 21, 2002.

  1. connie

    connie New Member

    I would like to know what it's like to use a motorized RV.in the North during the cold winter months. Is it too expensive? Is it too dangerous to drive in the snow. Are there camp grounds where you can go. Connie
     
  2. tfbrown1270

    tfbrown1270 New Member

    RVing in North during Winter months.

    I'm not sure how far north you are thinking of coming but as I look out the window today it is -30 with a windchill driving the temp to -40 (celcius)......... that is tooooooooooooooooooooo cold for camping in Manitoba (or North Dakota which is south of me).....the campgrounds and parks all closed by Thanksgiving (Canadian version in October)..... I have a Triple E Class C with heated tanks, insulation, a furnace, 1500 watt ceramic heater and heat strip in the A/C unit and it is comfortable to about -10 Celcius....possible to about -20 celcius but beyond that I wouln't even try.

    Hope that helps...

    Tim Brown
    (looking forward (desperately) to spring)
     
  3. tfbrown1270

    tfbrown1270 New Member

    RVing in North during Winter months.

    I'm not sure how far north you are thinking of coming but as I look out the window today it is -30 with a windchill driving the temp to -40 (celcius)......... that is tooooooooooooooooooooo cold for camping in Manitoba (or North Dakota which is south of me).....the campgrounds and parks all closed by Thanksgiving (Canadian version in October)..... I have a Triple E Class C with heated tanks, insulation, a furnace, 1500 watt ceramic heater and heat strip in the A/C unit and it is comfortable to about -10 Celcius....possible to about -20 celcius but beyond that I wouln't even try.

    Hope that helps...

    Tim Brown
    (looking forward (desperately) to spring)
     
  4. tfbrown1270

    tfbrown1270 New Member

    RVing in North during Winter months.

    ooooopppppppppssssssss

    it appears I stuttered.sorry bout that

    Tim Brown
     

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