Originally Posted by gcollins1954
We have been fulltime rving for a little over a year with our 2004 Holiday Rambler Presidential SKQ and looking for some thoughts from all of you on here for winter camping in this beauty. It is suppose to be a four seasons camper and we absolutely love this older girl for many reasons. My wife had quite the want list when I started looking and we decided to go used to start. It had almost everything she wanted with 2 AC units with heat pumps, washer dryer, 5000 watt generator and heated enclosed underbelly. Downside was the old girl is 17000 lbs loaded. We bought the correct 1 ton dually and have no problems pulling. We stayed near the Gulf Shores in Alabama last winter and summer here in Pa where we lived. I am not sure on the thickness of the walls but the electric fireplace keeps us toasty down into the upper twenties. This older Holiday Rambler has beautiful quality and we never know at our age when our health may dictate weather we can head south or not. Any and all opinions or knowledge of this wonderful 5th wheel are appreciated thks
No experience with your particular model but from my understanding that is an upscale and better built unit. It probably will handle down to -5C temps with no issues.
I am always leery of "4 seasons" claims on trailers. It appears some are Ok for 4 seasons of Arizona weather and some 4 seasons of North Carolina weather. I don't think any would be comfy for 4 of our seasons in Quebec. Propane usage increases greatly past freezing temps and you can't shut off the heat without risking tank or water pipe freezing.
where you camp in winter will dictate if it's OK or not.