« Last post by Boonieman on Today at 05:12:17 PM »
We are going to Pierre, South Dakota the last two weeks of April. I grew up there so I know how the late spring snow storms can be. Right now the camper is still winterized, and I'm thinking I will keep it that way on the way up. The campground I'm staying in doesn't have water hookups, so once there I will have to fill the onboard water tank and run off it. They have super nice shower facilities there ( Corps of Engineer Campgrounds) so I actually wouldn't even have to use water in the camper at all really. It does have a funrnace and is equipped with a so-called Artic Package, but I don't know how effective that is in really cold weather, should that occur. I'm sure there are plenty of folks who have experience in this, but I'm a newbie. Am I over-worrying?