Awesome Winter RV Destinations

Too many mobile home and RV owners, the beginning of winter automatically means cleaning out the RV for storage in your home garage until the snow-packed season is over. It, however, doesn’t have to be so. Fun doesn’t have a recess period, so neither shouldn’t your RV. There are amazing winter destinations that you can explore and have the ultimate RV trip.

Here are some of the awesome winter RV destinations in the US that you should definitely try out.

  1. Spokane, Washington

How does skiing down a 1,850-foot drop from Mt. Spokane sound? Snowboarding and riding on snowmobiles is an awesome experience you should try out at Spokane. For those who wish to try out a less-aggressive activity, sightseeing over an equivalent altitude in chairlifts will prove to be an experience worth trying out. At the foot of the hill, you’ll find ice-skating grounds that the whole family can try out. Spokane is easily accessible because the roads are salted to allow your RV a smooth drive. The most popular RV stop in this area is the Alderwood RV Express.

  1. Portland/Mt. Hood, Oregon

Of course the Christmas tree capital of the world had to make the list. Oregon is naturally an evergreen forest area with the beautiful snow-capped Mt. Hood gracing the vicinity. A family RV trip to Mt. Hood or as popularly known; Portland, through the Mount Hood Scenic Byway promises about 3 to 4 hours of cool mountain tranquility. You get to enjoy the beautiful evergreen boroughs and the Sleigh Rides at government camp. If you have kids, the Christmas Fantasy Trail located just before you get to Portland is a great spot to stop by. The fantasy trail is filled with snow packed Christmas trees and real castles.

  1. Breckenridge, Colorado

For snowfall lovers, the small town of Breckenridge is a place to try out. It has an average snowfall of 10 inches, which is ideal for skiing activities. If skiing isn’t your cup of tea, Breckenridge happens to be a town reach in historic gold mine creeks from the 19th century. On average snowfall, the creeks are safe for exploring.

  1. Yosemite National Park, California

The Yosemite National Park is a winter RV destination offering beautiful snow-blanketed vistas that almost seem unexplored due to its vastness. There is a Yosemite Snowboard and Ski field for adventurous parties. For casual ice skating, the Curry Village Ice Skating Rink is ideal even for youngsters to try out.

  1. Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona

The Grand Canyon National Park is a great RV driving destination throughout the country. It offers beautiful camping grounds with activities such as Kayaking and zip lining. During winter, the National Park is alive with wildlife that is more active during winter. Also, the thick 22 inches of snow cupping the flat ridges are an amazing sight. Kids are given a treat at the Grand Canyon’s Polar Express where they “travel to the north pole” to meet Santa and his mysterious elves.

Winter RV trips are fun and amazing. Make sure to bring along a portable power source like the RIVER mobile power station so that you can power all your devices while you’re out there in the middle of nowhere.

For more information on lightweight mobile power for your next adventure, visit

You can also find us on Social Media




Leave a Reply