Hello! We’re taking an RV trip for the first time for our kids’ spring break (family of 5 - parents and 3 kids ranging from 15 to 8), starting in Denver and headed towards Zion National Park. I have been trying to do my homework to understand what we’ll need for the cold (especially if we’re able to visit Estes Park where there will be snow) and I’ve seen a lot of info about winterizing RVs but I need to understand the basics: does the RV get hooked up somewhere at night to have heat inside? Or do we prepare for frigid weather as if we were tent camping? I understand the RV has a generator, but does that provide heat? Is boondocking out in the winter? We are renting from a company that says the RVs are “winterized,” which means we can’t use the sink, shower, or toilet. So we’ll have to make rest stops and find campgrounds with open shower facilities, is that right?
I appreciate any advice from this knowledgable community!