Since RV’s have a furnace, many people decide to sell their house and live in an RV full-time
When you think of camping, I am assuming that you are generally talking about the Spring or Summertime. Once the temperatures start getting a bit cooler, camping no longer holds its appeal. When there is snow on the ground, there is no consideration for camping. However, there could be camping if you owned an all-season RV as I do. Let me tell you why. Did you know that some RVs have furnaces inside them that run on propane? They have vents running through the entire home, and you have the option to use your furnace to heat your camper to 90 degrees with no issue. Now, there are other things that you need to do to heat your RV, like insulated and heating the water lines and belly of your camper. However, the furnace goes a long way in providing heat for your entire house. If that is not enough, you could also purchase electric space heaters that will constantly keep your RV warm during the Winter. Now, there is no reason that you cannot go camping in Winter. Your furnace and space heaters will allow you to be able to camp no matter where you are. And if your furnace ever stops working, you can call an HVAC technician to fix your furnace. Since RV’s have a furnace, many people decide to sell their house and live in an RV full-time. They are cheaper to live in, and they allow you to migrate to whatever temperature you would like to be in. Thanks to space heaters and furnaces, your choice of location widens.