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With the new year finally here, it is always nice to look back at the recent holiday events and happenings. Sometimes we all get so busy during the months of November and December that all the things we do seem like a blur when reminiscing. It was no different at Rocky Fork Ranch this holiday season. Time seemed to really fly by and we sure did have a whole lot of fun. If you were a part of the holiday festivities this time around at Rocky Fork Ranch, thank you for making it such a special time for us. If you weren’t able to make it, here is a look at all the good times that we had during the holidays.
Kids had a great time creating their own tie-dyed ornaments. They all turned out great!
Kids weren’t the only ones getting crafty. The adults put their craftiness to use when they made these Christmas plates.
All over you could find glittering lights, but these trees in the flagpole area really looked special.
The kids got to play with candy for this fun treat! Jolly ranchers were used to make suckers for everyone to enjoy.
After all of the Christmas fun, we rang in the new year with music, dancing, and an all-around good time!
Thank you to everyone who was a part of the fun that we had at Rocky fork Ranch in 2012. We look forward to an exciting new year and we hope to see you around!
Winter camping is not for everyone, but it does seem to be more and more common these days. That makes sense considering newer RVs are designed to take on harsh winter weather. And the fun of camping doesn’t end when winter weather rolls in. There are so many people taking advantage of all the great activities, scenes, and more that come along with winter. If you are eager to take part in camping this winter, here are some ideas and tips to ensure you have a winter camping experience that you will love. Winter camping in your RV will be something that you will want to come each winter.
Failing to plan is planning to fail, and if you are camping in winter weather you need to be certain to have all the supplies you will need for a few weeks of camping. Pack plenty of non-perishable foods and additional gallons of water for drinking as well as using the plumbing.
In freezing temperatures the water lines and holding tank can freeze, which can cause serious and costly damage. You can winterize your RV and still use the toilets by filling them with water that you bring. Adding antifreeze to the holding tank so that it will not freeze as waste water is stored.
Condensation is a given when the outside temperatures are cold and the RV is warm on the inside. A dehumidifier is the best way to prevent condensation.
Insulation can help keep the cold out of your RV. Tape and vent cushions are easy to use and great insulators. To add warmth without running the furnace, you can get heat strips for your AC unit. Those will help heat up your RV but will not work in extremely cold temperatures.
Rocky Fork Ranch Resort
74978 Broadhead Road
Kimbolton, OH 43749