Originally Posted by Hokiehall
If your area rarely gets below freezing for extended periods, simply turn on the heat in the trailer to about 60 or so and let it run over night. It will use some gas but beats winterizing and de-winterizing each time you want to go out.
Excellent advice, although we use our electric fireplace set on low in our Georgetown. In our old MH we used to use an electric space heater. Just make sure you open up the cupboards so that heat can get in there. We had weeks of temps below freezing last year and I just turned on the arctic heaters and the fireplace, didn't drain the fresh lines at all. One thing though, absolutely DO NOT put the antifreeze in the water lines. It is an absolute pain to flush out. If you really need to empty your fresh lines then use compressed air. Pour the antifreeze down your drains and into your toilet if need be.
We are like you, we can and do use our rig throughout the winter when the mood hits us to get away so winterizing fully makes that hard to do.