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New member
Jul 27, 2018
Good day to all! I'm Robert and as soon as my house is sold, I'll be in the market for a Class A. Not really into part time camping, I'm looking at full time. Not sure if that's possible here in Nova Scotia. I'll need all the help I can get. I'm not new to RVing but it will be a huge change in my lifestyle. Not sure where to go in this province!


Well-known member
May 30, 2018
Central NY in summer beautiful Casa Grande AZ in w
Where in Nova Scotia?
Your plan may be flawed if the RV parks in the area close for the winter.

I do not know how cold it gets where your planning to spend the winter if it gets much below zero Celsius for prolonged periods then getting water and dumping the sewer will be a problem.
Below -10 Celsius you may have trouble keeping warm. The propane costs will eat up lots of money.

So first you have to identify where you plan to keep the motor home and determine how you will get water, Sewer etc

Stephen S.

Well-known member
Jan 4, 2015
Mableton, GA
Welcome to the RV Forum.

One of the best ways to winterize any rig is to head south.

If your work situation will allow, think about places to full time below the frost zone.
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