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Old 03-14-2019, 06:58 AM   #1
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Am relatively new to RVing, bought my 2016 Class C Coachman Leprechaun 220QB less than a year ago here in Florida. Leaving to take a seasonal job in a national park in South Dakota arriving there April 8. Didn't realize that the temperatures can still drop quite low at night.What are my best options? Custom skirting is not an option and some of the DIY projects look overwhelming. Should I just winterize and ask to stay in employee housing the first week or two until night time temps go above the 30s. Any advice is greatly appreciated. Leaving Florida March 24 and looking forward to the adventure.
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Old 03-14-2019, 07:05 AM   #2
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Am relatively new to RVing, bought my 2016 Class C Coachman Leprechaun 220QB less than a year ago here in Florida. Leaving to take a seasonal job in a national park in South Dakota arriving there April 8. Didn't realize that the temperatures can still drop quite low at night.What are my best options? Custom skirting is not an option and some of the DIY projects look overwhelming. Should I just winterize and ask to stay in employee housing the first week or two until night time temps go above the 30s. Any advice is greatly appreciated. Leaving Florida March 24 and looking forward to the adventure.
Judy,

Welcome to the forum. I see this is your first post.

It is best to start a new thread with your question rather than to post within someone else's topic.
You will get more answers and better advice by folks being able to see your topic in the thread title.

Maybe the mods could move this one to its own thread.
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Old 03-17-2019, 06:03 AM   #3
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Hi Judy,
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Does your Leprechaun have any sort of tank heaters on it? If not I would winterize and use the bathhouse or employee housing at the campground.

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