Nothing beats the rush of zooming down a snow-covered hill with crisp winter air brushing against your face. For RVing skiers and snowboarders, hitting the slopes during the winter delivers an adrenaline fix that’s unmatched. But organizing a ski or snowboarding trip isn’t quite as easy as navigating a well-groomed ski run. Hauling skis and/or snowboards, poles and boots, buying tickets and sorting through gloves, goggles and ski wear can become a packing nightmare. Add COVID restrictions to the mix — with social distancing guidelines and limited service in place — and a ski trip can seem like more of a hassle than it’s worth. Getty Images That’s where an RV comes in handy. With plenty of storage space for ski gear and all the amenities needed for food and warmth, an RV can serve as a mobile ski lodge. Park at a ski spot in the morning and hit the lifts. After a day of fun, return to your chalet on wheels for a cup of hot cocoa, a warm meal and sleeping accommodations for the whole group. Check out the following ski areas for prime downhill fun, then stay at one of the nearby Good Sam Parks that stay open through winter for snow buffs. As always, call ahead to check on COVID restrictions and monitor weather conditions. Come prepared for cold-weather camping, and be ready to fasten chains to your tires for icy and snowy roads. Gondola over Squaw Valley. Getty Images Squaw Valley, California Just […]