10  Tips for Living in a Camper in the Winter

& Living to Tell the Tale

We’ve just come out of a Patagonian winter, and as we defrosted, we reflected on the whole experience. 

Winter camping trips or full-time cold weather RVing doesn’t need to be uncomfortable or something only Ralph Fiennes would consider.

We’ll walk you through our top tips for living in a camper in the winter, from insulation tips to keeping warm and dry.

Buy a Small Camper or RV If you’re buying a campervan and intend to live in it full-time or camp out often during the colder months, consider sacrificing some space.

Insulation! Insulation!  Insulation is the number one tip for improving your comfort levels of living in a camper in the winter.

Stop Condensation in your RV Condensation will lead to poor health and rot your home on wheels if left unchecked.

Use a pressure cooker indoors Cooking in a pressure cooker is a fantastic way to create quick one-pot meals and cut down on fuel.

Keep the Camper Warm - All the Time Heating the living space inside your camper takes a fair amount of energy and fuel.

Buy a Small Camper or RV, Insulation, Stop Condensation in your RV - swipe up for the full guide on the website!