Winter Camping - Micro Minnie
My husband and I are considering purchasing a 2018 or 2017 Micro Minnie 1700BH. One of our primary uses for the trailer would be camping while skiing, as many ski resorts near our house allow RV parking in the parking lot and hotels in the area are limited and very expensive. Before we take the plunge I'm trying to find out as much information as I can about how these trailers fare in winter conditions. The temperatures at the resorts near us do tend to drop into the single digits at night (weather report predicts a low of 4º this coming Saturday night!), so the trailer would need to withstand real sustained cold.
Does anyone on here have first-hand experience with winter camping in a Micro Minnie? How have you fared? Did you make any modifications to your trailer to make the experience more comfortable?
I'm concerned both about comfort in the trailer and also about water tanks freezing. Some of our target destinations have RV hookups and some do not; I'm contemplating investing in extra tank heaters to use when we have power and then just keeping the trailer winterized and not using the water (only the toilet when necessary, flushing with antifreeze) when we don't have power.
Thanks so much for any information you can provide!