Heating The Cold Camper

Heating The Cold Camper

One of the worst things to worry about while camping is being cold. It is normal that you will find yourself a bit chilly, but you don’t want to get cold. Heating your tent, camper, or hut is not as easy as it may seem. Finding a lightweight camping heater is difficult due to the fact that small heaters will have a hard time heating a large space. You also have the concern on whether it is safe. Putting an open flame heater into a tent is far from the best idea. Will the fumes be harmful in a small space? No one wants to worry that they will never wake up because their heater ran all night and fumigated them.

There are choices available. What you need to watch for when picking your camping heater is what space it will heat. Know the size of area you are looking to warm before you go shopping. Check to see if it passes for indoor spaces. If it says to use in a well-ventilated area you want to pass that one up. You will also want to check for safety features. If your heater were to fall over will it automatically turn off? Even a heater that does not have an open flame will get things hot enough to start on fire. Last of all, what kind of energy will it be using? There are battery operated, propane, and electric. Which one is most feasible for your situation? Looking around for your best price couldn’t hurt either. One heater may have the same specifications as another, but not perform like it should. Checking the reviews will give you an idea of what worked and which ones left the campers in the cold. Not all camp heaters are created equal, so be sure you pick one that will not leave you feeling icy. If you will be outdoors maybe you can consider a heater that works with your camp shower.

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