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Old 01-29-2014, 06:23 PM   #1
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Winter camping in not-so-warm locations.

Hi all,
Does anyone have experience winter camping in places like Denver in winter? What, if anything, did you do to your trailer to make it warmer? Some thoughts: making a custom skirt for the camper perimeter, heat tape, accessing the internal space, using portable electric heaters to maximum benefit. Do you bring in the slides at night, every night? I own a 2005 Eagle travel trailer & will soon be spending time in Denver & Moab. I will keep it winterized & dry camp by using bottled water.

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Old 01-30-2014, 05:11 AM   #2
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I had a 01 Eagle that I've camped in in the Adirondacks and in southern NY both in late and early winter without any issues.The temps we're in the teens at night and 20's during the day. the only thing I did different from normal camping in late fall was bring extra propane and gas for the generator. If your not dewinterizing your unit I wouldn't see you having any issue.
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