When you stop and think about camping, I am thinking that you are more or less talking about the Springtime or Summertime, however once the uneven temperatures beginning getting a bit cooler, camping no longer holds its appeal… When there is snow on the ground, there is no real consideration when it comes to camping.
However, there could be camping if you owned an all-season RV as I do, let me tell you why.
Did you believe that some RVs have oil gas furnaces inside them that run on propane? They have vents that are directly through the entire home, plus you have the chance to use your oil furnace to heat your camper to 90 degrees with zero problem. Now, there are other things that you need to do to heat your RV, appreciate insulated plus heating the water lines and belly of your camper. However, the oil furnace makes a big difference in providing heat for your entire house; If that is not enough, you could also purchase electric section heating systems that will always keep your RV warm while the people I was with and I were in the Winter. At the moment, there is no reason that you cannot go camping in Winter, but your oil furnace plus section heating systems will allow you to be able to camp no matter where you are; And if your oil furnace ever stops working how it should, you can email a Heating & A/C serviceman to repair your oil furnace, and since RV’s have an oil furnace, many people make the choice to sell their lake house and live in an RV full-time, and they are cheaper to live in, plus they allow you to migrate to whatever temperature you would appreciate to be in. Thanks to section heating systems and oil furnaces, your choice of location widens.