We are planning on our first 'snowbird' trip south this winter. I have a few questions about how to do this concerning the RV and winterization. We live in Kansas and want to head southbound to New Mexico and then on to Arizona. We won't be leaving until Dec and I'm concerned about the cold and if we need to winterize the RV for the first part of the road trip. How do you all handle this? Thanks in advance!
We left MN for Arizona the beginning of Jan last winter. Our trailer was winterized. We left it that way until we reached our first camping location in Arizona then flushed the antifreeze out at our first water fill. We came home end of February and before we left I drained all the water and put antifreeze back in the system. My friend had a Artic Fox which was better insulated and he carried some water in his trailer. It all depends on how insulated your trailer is and the weather temps during your travels.