No need to hibernate in the winter
If the sight of the first snowflakes gets you thinking about the outdoors, an RV might be your second-best companion. There’s plenty of storage for bulky items such as warm clothes, skis, snowshoes, skates and even snowmobiles. And after a day enjoying the snow-covered landscape, an RV provides an escape from the elements.
Most RVs can sustain winter use with the proper preparation. Many campgrounds close during the winter, so look for those that offer hookups in cold-weather destinations. Also look for ski resorts that provide electrical hookups and allow overnight camping in their lots.