For you, there is no such thing as an “adventure season.” Summer through winter, you always find a way to enjoy the outdoors. In the summer, that might be kayaking. In the winter, that might be skiing. No matter what time of year it is, you are ready to chase the weather for your favorite activities. That means your adventure vehicle has to keep up with changes in climate and landscape, too. It needs to be able to be just as prepped and ready for Mother Nature as you are!
Year-Round Ramblers, Here's what to look for in an RV
Large freshwater tanks
Heated and enclosed water supply lines to keep you protected from inclement weather
Bunk beds and/or comfortable sleeping arrangements to host guests
Large storage compartments to keep seasonal items organized