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Old 10-05-2014, 05:05 PM   #1
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Mammoth RV in January

Has anyone stayed at Mammoth Rv in Jan/Feb.
We've done April (full hookup and fantastic weather) but considering a weeks skiing in January.
They have 30 amp sites which would be fine (Aquahot) Dont want to damage the Motorhome or my standing with DW.
I think it would be a blast but the alternatives of a condo in Mammoth, Jackson Hole or Antlers at Vail might turn DW off the idea of ever skiing out of the Motorhome.
What is potential snow accumulation on roof/toppers. Other difficulties??
Would respect replies from over 40's cause I know the younger crowd wouldn't hesitate.
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I have done Mammoth in the dead of winter. Mammoth RV has an indoor pool and hot spa, the showers are warm and the water is hot. The town is alive in the winter with plenty of places to eat or just hang out. Plenty of shopping also. The main roads are kept clear, remember, tourists are their only income. If you are prepared for 0 deg F at night you should be OK.
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Old 10-14-2014, 03:14 PM   #3
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Booked Mammoth RV for 6th of Jan.
DW unimpressed but I'm happy!!
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