Monday, August 22, 2016

How to Get Your RV Ready for Cold Weather

Adventures in your RV might be most common in the warm summertime months, but just because Summer is gone doesn’t mean you have to say goodbye to the joys of RVing. It will take a little bit of preparation, but you really can enjoy your RV year-round. We found useful tips and videos to share with you for winterizing both the outside and the inside of your RV.

Tips for Getting Your RV Ready for Cold Weather

From windows to wheels and everything in between, there are ways to make your RV suitable and comfortable for using beyond the warm months of summer. We found several people who offered tried and true advice for keeping you and your RV adventuring throughout the year. not only offers advice for winterrizing your RV, but they shot a couple of videos to share that show them in the thick of a Colorado winter feeling cozy and warm . You can watch their video on getting the outside of your RV ready for cold weather here.  And when you’re ready to make the inside feel like home and keep the humidity levels down you can click here to watch those tips. We particularly like their money-saving tip of using snow for skirting your undercarriage.
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A lot of heat can be lost through your windows and vents. offers some great tips for window treatments and insulating your windows and vents. Both of these will help keep the warm air inside and the cold air outside. Using their insulating tips can help save energy and money! Check out their DIY for insulating vent pillows:

It’s important to remember your water and sewer lines when you get your RV ready for cold weather. RVing Guide gives great tips on preparing both of these before the temperatures drop. Their simple tip for using PVC pipe, instead of the standard “slinky style” hose for your winter sewer line is just one of their great insulating ideas. Click to check out all their RV winterizing tips:


With a few adjustments, you’ll be ready to enjoy your RV, no matter what the temperature or weather conditions! Lindy’s Landing is open year-round and we look forward to seeing all our cold weather visitors.

Call to make your reservations (559) 897-2885 and take advantage of our winter rates!

Monday, August 8, 2016

RV Camping vs. Tent Camping

Anyone who considers themselves a camper has strong opinions about the best ways to make every aspect of the adventure happen. Probably one of the biggest arguments is whether or not RV camping is “real” camping and whether or not tent campers have the upperhand on the camping experience.

We will stay neutral because we love ALL the campers and cater to both preferences. But just for fun, we thought we’d list some of the things that make each camping style awesome for those who choose it.  

Let’s start with RV camping:

  • An RV gives you the comforts of home and the experience of the great outdoors
  • Everything you need can be at your fingertips
  • There’s room for packing enough supplies for an extended stay
  • The RV means keeping the littlest campers safe and comfortable for naps and nighttime

But then there’s Tent camping:

  • You can pitch a tent almost anywhere. Check out these great spots in CA!
  • Get totally unplugged! This is the perfect way to truly step away from the regular routine.
  • Wanna get away and not break the bank? Tent camping can be inexpensive.
  • Looking for a temporary and beautiful step outside of your comfort zone? Pack your tent and supplies and hit the road!

No matter how you choose to experience some time away, we have a camping spot waiting for you to enjoy!

Call us and reserve your spot today (559) 897-2885