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Before you know it, the fall colors will be giving way to winter snow. As snowbirds flock to warmer climates, the rest of us are left reaching for woolen mittens. But just because the weather dips doesn't mean that you have to put your RVing plans on ice.

For avid skiers and snowboarders, there are countless RV parks open through the winter. Many of them are near mountains renowned for fantastic powder. From Utah, to Colorado and even across to New York, New Hampshire and Vermont, many campgrounds cater to snow lovers including offering transportation to the base of the mountain.

Even if you have packed away the need to hurtle yourself down a steep mountain, don't automatically give winter RVing the cold shoulder. There are still other activities that may entice you out. Why not lace up and go skating on the lake? Hire a snowmobile, or take a horse-drawn sleigh ride. With so many campgrounds located in beautiful surrounds, it is perfect for snowshoeing, guided hikes, and wildlife viewing. Many four-legged friends, like wolves and elk, are easier to see in the winter.

It is a winter RV wonderland out there, just waiting for you to explore. Best of all you are parked up with all the toasty comforts of home. Where better to sip on apple cider and kick up your winter heels?

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