Many people decide to purchase a 5th wheel toy hauler because it is useful in the winter as well as the summer. You can pack the 5th wheel toy hauler up with your winter equipment, such as skis, snowboards, and even snow mobiles. Then, you can hit the road in your RV and enjoy your winter vacation.
Camping with your 5th wheel toy hauler
There are many RV campgrounds that offer campers accommodations during the winter months. When traveling with a 5th wheel toy hauler, make sure you call ahead and ask RV campgrounds to make sure that they have ample space for your 5th wheel toy hauler. You will want pull through sites (60 x 36 ft) and wide roads.
If you are traveling in your 5th wheel toy hauler during the winter months, make sure the RV campground has hookups for electricity. This will keep you warm when you are in the snow and cold in your 5th wheel toy hauler. You will want hook ups for sewer and water, too. Some 5th wheel toy hauler RV campgrounds offer cable and wifi. If this is something you are interested in, then make sure you ask before you camp.
When you are traveling in a motorhome, will your friends be camping with you? Will they be taking children on the trip? How many RVs will be in the caravan?
If you decide to take your friends with you on your trip
If you choose to go with a group, make sure the park you stay at offers a discounted group rate so you and your friends can stay near each other. Some RV parks are built just for adults, while some are kid-friendly. Choose wisely and appropriately. Think about staying near good restaurants or activities, such as ski area. Think about the entire group, deciding about what is on the top of the list for everyone. Make reservations ahead of time.
Reservations are important, so make them before you leave
Once you and your friends have chosen the perfect winter vacation spot, then it is recommended that you immediately call and reserve your spot. There could be limited space, especially for larger 5th wheel campers.
Get ready to be prepared and have fun!
After you have reserved your spot and planned the trip, follow these tips. Do these before you hit the road to ensure you have a fun, safe time on the road.
1. Look for winter clothing that needs to be replaced. You will want you and your family to be protected.
2. Get the RV checked out by a professional mechanic. Tell him/her that you will be traveling during the winter.
3. Get out and drive in the winter weather. Practice makes perfect.