Originally Posted by laurajean
I am relatively new to camping. We plan a trip to Savannah this weekend but on Sat the temp is going down to 27. My 29 XLR is factory and not winterized option. What should I worry about or need to do to make sure we are relatvely warm and pipes don't freeze.
Will you be connected to hookups or boondocking? If you have hook ups, grab an electric space heater. At 27, you won't freeze but you will use a decent amount of propane.
When our temps dip below freezing, it's generally only a few hours. So our options are fill your tanks (it will take a long time to freeze 30+ gallons of water) or empty them completely. We generally just open the gray valve and leave water dripping.
Our piping (and hot water heater, water pump) is above the floor (so it's inside) and we keep it heated inside to about 65-70 with two tiny space heaters.