How To Survive Winter In A Camper

1. Make sure your camper is well insulated

The most important thing you can do to make sure your camper is warm in the winter. You can insulate your camper yourself or pay to have it done professionally.

2. Bring plenty of warm clothes and bedding

This seems like a no brainer, but you’d be surprised how many people forget to pack extra blankets and warm clothes.

3. Use portable heaters safely

Portable heaters can be a great way to stay warm in your camper, but you have to use them safely. Never leave them unattended.

4. Stay warm while cooking and eating

When outside is freezing, the last thing you want to do is open the camper door.  But there are ways to stay warm while cooking.

5. Use a generator to power your camper

If you’re not plugged into an electrical hookup, you can use a generator to power your camper. Ideal for boondocking.

6. Protect your plumbing from the cold

One of the biggest concerns with winter camping is freezing pipes. There are a few ways to prevent this from happening.

7. Be prepared for snow and ice

If you’re camping in an area that gets snow and ice in the winter, you need to be prepared. Make sure you have snow tires or chains for your camper.