In late October 2018, Dave Stephenson released his most recent book, Notes from the Bardo. In this book, Dave shares his experiences of his first two years as a full-time RVer alone on the road in a Class C RV, starting off as a know-nothing newbie, and learning valuable experiences as he traveled through the […]
After 35 years of business, Chula Vista RV Resort in Southern California is permanently closing on February 1, 2019 to make room for a billion-dollar city project. This resort has been long cherished by RVers for its scenic waterfront location on the San Diego Bay. Chula Vista Resort includes over 33,000 square feet on 17 […]
Thor Industries and six of their subsidiaries—including Dutchmen, CrossRoads, and Keystone—recently donated nine brand new RVs to the nonprofit Tents For Troops. They are all fully furnished and available for active military members and their families to use for up to a week. The nationwide program connects active service members with free tent and RV […]
One of the most comprehensive tools for trip planning, RV Trip Wizard just announced that users can now see more campgrounds and park information thanks to a new partnership with RV Park Reviews. Besides campgrounds, RV Trip Wizard also maps out fuel stations, rest areas, dump stations, low clearance bridges, and points of interest like […]
Editor’s note: These RV shows were held in early 2018. To see the RV shows coming up soon in 2019, check out this article. Winter RV shows are the best place to see the latest motorhomes, fifth wheels, and travel trailers. The events host hundreds of exhibitors showcasing RVs and campers, with special discounts on […]
Maker of the popular T@B and T@G teardrop trailers, nüCamp RV recently announced they’re adding a solar panel system to their facility in Sugarcreek, Ohio. The eco-friendly move will offset about 80% of the power they need for manufacturing, and save about 500.5 tons of CO2 and 1,056 barrels of oil every year. A million […]
If you need work, consider getting a job in Elkhart building RVs. The RV Capital is desperate for skilled workers.
Kay Peterson, RV industry leader and trailblazer passes away at 90 after building the Escapees RV Club, the industry’s most accomplished and largest support network for RV travelers.
If you’ve ever wanted to experience the advantages of RVing with a smaller rig, Cruise America makes it easy with their T17 truck camper rental program. The new aluminum-body 2015 Ford F150 and Lance’s new 650 model are strategically offered only at Cruise America’s Las Vegas (Henderson), Los Angeles (Carson), Phoenix (Mesa), San Francisco (Newark), […]
If you’ve hauled a trailer you know that learning to back it up is not fun. Getting the hang of turning your vehicle’s front wheels in the opposite direction the trailer needs to go takes time and patience. In fact, even experienced trailer owners find this task challenging at times. Thankfully today’s vehicle assist […]
What an exciting year for the National Park Service. As the agency kicks off its centennial celebration, everyone is coming to their year-long party, including two major icons of Made-in-America quality and tradition; Airstream® Trailer and Pendleton® Woolen Mills. The two companies just announced a RV collector’s dream: the Limited Edition 2016 Pendleton® National Park […]