You really don't want a full RV cover if you're living in the RV. The sewer vent odors would not be open to being dispersed by the air, and the refrigerator vents would be covered as well as the windows including the emergency exit(s). The covers offer minimal insulation value anyway.Just north of Waynesboro and electricity is included in the monthly. Good point, thanks!
Planning on adding a bottom skirt and possibly a full RV cover. Not sure if the covers add much.
Great info, thank you!It’s gonna get cold. Like someone said put some insulated skirting around your unit. Get some heat tape for your water hose. Do they keep the water on in the winter? Your furnace will suck propane so get a small space heater. You may need a dehumidifier to abate some condensation. Maybe an electric blanket.
KOA just north of Harrisonburg. Still learning the area. We love all the history here!Might you be staying at Waynesboro North 340 Campground? We spent a couple of months just up the road at the Agusta Forestry Center several years ago as RV volunteers and had a great time. But we were there in the summer months. If you like history, there is a lot to see in that area related to the civil war. Winter weather there will probably be cold and wet so skirting will be important. If you have a good 50A power pedestal then you can probably use two electric heaters to supplement the furnace. I recommend the use of the oil filled heaters as they are safer and just as effective.
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Something like this. Still researching. ThanksWhat do you mean by a full RV cover?
Definitely not a good idea for the reasons I stated earlier.Something like this. Still researching. Thanks
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You really don't want a full RV cover if you're living in the RV. The sewer vent odors would not be open to being dispersed by the air, and the refrigerator vents would be covered as well as the windows including the emergency exit(s). The covers offer minimal insulation value anyway
You would quickly discover how bad it is. They are not intended for use while staying in the trailer. You would be dark inside all day and if you experience a storm it will get destroyed very quickly. It will do nothing significant by way of keeping warm.Something like this.
Since you're staying the winter, you may be able to find an LP supplier that will set up a 100 lb cylinder or two for you so you don't need refills as often if the park allows it. The park office should be able to help with that.Good point! Sounds like the furnace can use quite a bit.