When you shop for a new RV, it’s never easy. Veteran and newcomers alike need a lot of information and investigation to find the right RV. One of the best ways to learn about RVs and the manufacturers behind them is to watch them be built from the ground up! Most major manufacturers offer RV factory tours, so you can see the process and care that goes into making each vehicle.
Not sure where to start? Read on to learn about our favorite place in America to experience RV factory tours, along with two tours we recommend as must-sees for your trip!
Camping is all about enjoying the outdoors and finding time to relax away from our typically busy lives. When you really want to disconnect, the best way to do it is dry camping. Also called “boondocking,” dry camping is when you take your RV somewhere away from the typical stations and hook-ups of designated campgrounds.
Without the amenities of the campground, it’s important to know how best to conserve your water and electricity to fully enjoy your trip without running into problems, especially if you’re traveling with pets. Read our RV boondocking tips to learn great ways to maximize your dry camping outing.
Everyone uses their RV in their own unique way. Some take to the road as a permanent lifestyle, while others only use RVs for sporadic vacations. However, most RV enthusiasts count the hours until Friday afternoon, when they can put away their work clothes and pull out their camping gear for Saturday and Sunday. These RV weekend warriors make the most of their free time by enjoying short, but frequent, escapes to the wilderness.
We asked some RV weekend warriors what their best tips are for maximizing their RV camping time. Read on to see what they had to say!