We're not new to camping, but we ARE new to towing something with us to sleep in
We tented for years, and we live in one of the best camping areas in the country imho (Southern New Hampshire). Last year I found a really old bunkhouse for short money on Facebook Marketplace. After using it several times over the summer, we decided it was a great proof of concept for us (myself, my wife, two young girls, and a dog). So, just traded it in for more than I paid for it on a Flagstaff M-23lb that I'll pick up Friday!
I'm sure I'll have lots of questions...this forum has already answered several of them!
One of the first is on cold-weather camping. I'm planning to do some hunting in northeast PA dec 1-4 on a pad with electric and sewer. Trying to decide how to use the camper then. Do I just keep it winterized and use nature when it calls? Or will my camper be ok to use some of the water if it occasionally drops below freezing at night?