I keep in a barn but there are neighbours (neighbors for US friends) that cover and have no problems...watch out for the downspouts that stick out , they may puncture cover if you do not put a tennis ball or a chunk of foam over them.
It was a rainy few days at Algonquin Prov park...tarps kept us dry.
Wayne --Belle River (Windsor), Ontario
2013 Sunset Trail Reserve 25RB..
2015 White Chev Silverado 2500HD 4x4 (6.0 l gasser)
2003 Mountain Star 890SBRX Truck Camper
I know this is an old thread, but I was curious to the reasons why? I assumed a cover was a "must" for winter, but I've seen several posts saying they're a bad idea, and I'd love to get some more info! Thank you!
2017 CrossRoads Sunset Trail ST270BH pulled by a 2011 Ford Expedition
Going into our 3rd year with a cover, and have nothing negative to say about it. To install it, I use 2 step ladders (one on each side of trailer) & simply keep alternating sides & moving step ladders along as I "roll" out the cover over the roof. Roof not very solid, I try not to step on it if I don't have to. This method has worked out great for me. When its time to remove cover, again with the 2 step ladders just roll it front to back & store cover away in garage till next winter. To install, "roll" it out back to front. A good cover is not cheap though, after 3 years mine has developed few tears around rear bumper & mostly the corners. (You can patch small rips with included repair kit)
Nancy + Tony
'11 Dodge Laramie Longhorn CC
'12 Sunset Trail ST25RB