Camping in Canada can be a four-season experience. Beautiful serene landscapes and plenty of adventures invite you to head outdoors and have fun. The right gear, including winter RV accessories, ensure you stay warm and safe as you have fun camping and exploring the great outdoors this winter.

RV Gear

While you need gear that keeps you warm and safe during winter camping adventures, protect your RV, too. Pack must-have tools and several important winter accessories that ensure your RV can withstand extreme Canadian temperatures and weather conditions.

Emergency Equipment

Prepare for any emergency with equipment that keeps you safe. Choose items that are guaranteed to work in freezing temperatures and inclement weather.

Protective Shelter

Snow, ice and subzero temperatures make warm shelter essential winter gear for RVers. While your RV is insulated, also choose a tent that protects you from the elements and keeps you warm if you must shelter outdoors. Here are four suggestions that offer year-round protection.

Cozy Bed

A good night’s sleep boosts your energy as you ski, hike and enjoy other outdoor adventures. To stay warm when temperatures plummet, lay down a padded foundation, add a wool blanket, thermal sleeping bag and fleece sheets, and top off your bed with a wool blanket or bedspread. The following options support a warm night’s sleep and quality rest.

Clothing Layers

Dress in layers to stay warm, comfortable and safe as you play in the snow. Choose a base layer that keeps you dry and warm. A middle layer adds additional warmth. Finish your outfit with an outer layer that protects you from the elements. Remember to include warm boots, gloves and a hat in your suitcase, too.

Warm Heater

Your RV’s furnace will keep you warm and safe, especially if you service the HVAC system before your winter camping adventure. Add a portable heater to your winter RV accessories list for extra warmth. Be sure to install a carbon monoxide detector and pack a fire extinguisher for additional safety as you use your heater.

Working Stove

Many types of fuels freeze easily in frigid Canadian temperatures. Purchase a camp stove that’s certified for winter use and uses a fuel like white gas that ensures you can cook successfully all winter.

Comfort Foods and Insulated Containers

Hot, delicious and filling foods fuel your body as you play in the snow and enjoy the beautiful scenery. Bring ingredients for foil pack recipes and your favourite camp meals, and pack insulated containers, including thermoses, so you can take a warm lunch or beverages on the go.

Quality Backpack

On your winter outdoor adventures, carry a backpack that secures and protects all your essential gear. Consider two options that feature easily accessible pockets and are lightweight so that you can stay mobile.

Winter camping in Canada offers plenty of opportunities for fun, play and adventure, so forgo storing your RV and hit the open road. Stay warm, comfortable and safe with our winter gear for RVers suggestions. Remember to share details of your trip itinerary with a trusted friend, update your insurance and pack extra essential survival supplies, too, before your next winter camping trip.

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