The snow has melted and the days are getting longer. While winter is finally closing shop for another year, RV season is unpacking its bags and getting ready for the fresh air and warm weather of spring! That means it’s time to de-winterize your RV! If you followed our guide on winterizing your RV or travel trailer, we have 3 key tips on getting it ready for the road again!
Is this the year you’re ready to buy a new RV and head off down the road less (or more) traveled? Perhaps you’ve thought long and hard about your decision, but you just can’t seem to shift your RV purchase plan out of neutral. You may be stalled by one or more of these common RV-buyer roadblocks. But don’t worry – we’ll show you some detours. Continue reading
Some campers can’t wait to take a walk on the wild side. They’ll cast aside many of their earthly belongings and heed the call of the wild at a moment’s notice. Then there are those on the other side of the camping spectrum. They enjoy camping, but “roughing it” isn’t their style. For those campers, there are luxury travel trailers. Continue reading
No cure for the summertime blues? We beg to differ. We know one cure for the summertime blues has wheels, walls, and bunk beds – and can be easily towed to your favorite campsite.This particular cure is a bunkhouse trailer – a favorite style of RV for families or those who occasionally have an extra camper or two and need a little more sleeping room.It’s a cure that comes with plenty of camping benefits. Continue reading
Bigger isn’t always better, even in the RV world. Yes, some campers – especially large families – need the living and storage space of large RV. But when it’s just the 2 of you, and you’re ready to escape to the open road, there’s nothing like hooking up your little travel trailer and exploring the road less traveled. Continue reading
One of the challenges of RVing can be doing without some of the comforts of home. But what do you do when you want to take the comforts of home with you – and by that, we mean all of them? You get a destination trailer.
You can get a great deal on a used RV – no doubt about it. But you can also get a “lemon,” an unreliable vehicle that could cost you a fortune in repairs and become a source of vacation frustration. How can you be sure the used RV you’re interested in won’t be a money-pit-on-wheels? Start by asking the right questions. Continue reading
“So, what does a new RV cost these days?”
Ask any seasoned RVer that question and you should prepare yourself for a long, but probably enthusiastic, answer. RVing in the good ol’ days was the primarily the domain of heavy aluminum travel trailers or tiny camper caps loaded onto the bed of a pick-up truck. (For a real blast from the RV past, check out the RV/MH Hall of Fame website or visit it in person.) Continue reading
The romance of the road has drastically changed for campers over the decades. Once limited to tents, sleeping bags, and food cooked over a campfire, today’s campers can tap into a lot more luxury. Nowhere is that more true than in the world of luxury RVs, where high tech gadgets and power everything are almost the norm. Continue reading
Sometimes being called a lightweight is a good thing, especially if you’re an RV. Lightweight RVs – those weighing less than 8,000 lbs. – have earned incredible popularity in the camping world. Constructed of lighter-weight materials than traditional RVs, most lightweight RVs don’t require a heavy-duty towing vehicle to get to their destination. In addition, they allow you to use a more fuel efficient tow vehicle than their heavier, traditional RV counterparts. Continue reading