Northern Lite 4-season truck campers are designed to be water tight. This means that not only do they protect you from the outside elements, but moisture generated inside has a difficult time escaping. If you are spending time in a truck camper, or any other type of RV, that moisture needs to be actively managed, otherwise you are going to end up with condensation issues.
Learn how to properly dewinterize your Northern Lite truck camper.
When the temperatures drop down and you are not using your Northern Lite, you need to winterize your truck camper to protect your investment. Fortunately, we have made the winterization process quick and easy!
Are you looking at purchasing a new RV and wondering why you should consider a truck camper over other RV types such as a travel trailer, class A motorhome or a van conversion? Truck campers have several great qualities about them that make them the ideal RV choice for anyone looking to maximize the amount of adventure that they can get out of an RV.
Northern Lite Truck Camper Road Trips:Winter Camping in Saskatchewan Words and Photos: Charlotte and Gerry Popplewell Originally posted on StudioWest.ca Share on facebook Facebook Share on twitter Twitter Share on pinterest Pinterest Share on reddit Reddit Share on email Email It’s January 2nd 2020 and Charlotte and I are on our first RV trip to […]
A Guide to Winterizing YourNorthern Lite Truck Camper Share on facebook Facebook Share on twitter Twitter Share on pinterest Pinterest Share on reddit Reddit Share on email Email As we get closer to Fall, a number of Northern Lite owners begin to think about winterizing their truck campers. Even though Northern Lite builds true 4-season […]
Whether your existing truck is a Ford, Dodge or a Chevy this guide will help match you with the perfect Northern Lite camper.
One of the benefits of owning a Northern Lite truck camper is the ability to quickly and easily load and unload your camper in just about any location.