Git ‘R Done

Git ‘R Done

Here is a list of winter fixes so that you’re ready to GO! With the wind blowing and the snow flying, it’s difficult to get motivated to work on your recreational vehicles. But now’s exactly the time to do just that! It is wise to take the next few months and invest...
“New” Used RV check list

“New” Used RV check list

If you’re thinking about buying a used RV, know that manufacturers and dealers love to try and sneak in cheap fixture and parts to make more money. Cosmetic cover ups are also something to look for and be concerned about. In an article found at CamperReport.com we...

Why you should buy an RV in the Winter

Summer probably seems a long way away to many of you. So spending money now on something you won’t use until next year might not make good financial sense. Or does it? If you’ve ever thought about buying a recreational vehicle – whether it be a camper, a trailer...
Winter Camping

Winter Camping

Keeping your RV – and yourself – Warm It’s a camping mantra: Cold and wet is Bad…Warm and dry is Good. But, that doesn’t mean winter camping is off limits to RV owners. Winter is generally not thought of as an ideal time to camp. But to those that close up...
THANKSGIV-ing and RV-ing

THANKSGIV-ing and RV-ing

Some of the best camping occurs during the fall and winter – especially if you own a recreational vehicle. With the gobble gobble holiday fast approaching – here are some hints on how you can combine your love of eating, family, and your favorite pastime....
Fall RV Travel Tips

Fall RV Travel Tips

Time to HEAD SOUTH! Are you looking to postpone winter just a little bit? While many have already stored their RVs for the cold weather seasons ahead, colder temps and shorter days don’t mean that you have to end the fun now. Why not HEAD SOUTH for the winter (and...