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Should Camper Trailer be Covered in the Winter


I have an older Aliner trailer and will store it outside in nw Wisconsin. Is it best to cover it or leave it uncovered? Best type of cover? Thanks.


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It is absolutely recommended to cover your trailer in the winter, be it in Wisconsin where you are with harsh weather or even in an area without much moisture and a lot of sun. What happens if a trailer is left uncovered is that any moisture that accumulates on top of it can seep in, dirt and dust blowing from bigger winds can damage the finish, and UV rays can damage the seals.

Overall, it's a smart idea to keep your trailer covered to avoid larger potential issues. If your Aliner is a standard pop-up you'll want to measure it when it is closed, and not include the tongue in order to find the length of cover. For example, if your Aliner is between 8 and 10 feet long you will want the Classic Accessories Deluxe PolyPro III Heavy-Duty Pop-Up Camper Cover # CA80038.

I have added a link below to our entire selection of trailer covers, as well as a link to a help article on covers to check out.

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