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By: On: Monday May 6 2019
Rent an RV Feature

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If you are interested in trying out an RV, but aren’t ready to buy, you can easily and affordably rent an RV first to see how it works for you and your family.

Another summer is almost upon us. The kids will be out of school soon. The weather is going to warm up and the grass is going to grow, be mowed and grow some more. Before you know it, it’ll be time to load up the car again, drive countless hours to a hotel, unpack for the night, get back in the cramped car and do it all again for the next few days. Maybe this year, you’ll fly instead. Get everyone into the car again, rush through the airport, only to find your flight is delayed. And when you finally do get on a plane, that guy in front of you is going to recline his seat all the way back for the entire flight. Your knees are going to be bruised for the whole trip, but at least it cost half your retirement fund to book the flights and hotel. Aren’t vacations supposed to be fun for everyone? Maybe it’s time to consider renting an RV and going a different route? Here are five solid reasons to rent an RV this summer. Read Full Story →

By: On: Thursday April 11 2019
RV Flooring Feature

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Just like in your house, your flooring in your RV wears and after time it will need to be replaced. It is understandable, too. When you’re camping, the flooring in your RV has to deal with a lot of dirt and moisture changes, even more so than your home flooring would. You have plenty of options for replacing it and most of the options you have are projects that you can tackle yourself, too. For the do-it-yourselfer, changing your RV flooring is a fun job and something you can do to not only improve your RV, but give it a personal touch as well. When it comes time to replace your RV flooring, here’s what you need to know to get started. Read Full Story →

By: On: Thursday April 4 2019

Camper Dinnerware Feature

One of the many great things about camping is eating camp food. Eating something cooked over an open fire, like roasting a hot dog, is definitely something special. And let’s be honest, even eating some mac and cheese made on the stove in your RV just seems to taste better than if you made it at home, right? To enjoy those camp meals, we need some dinnerware that can work well for the camping life. Durability and ease of cleaning are factors in deciding what dinnerware will work best with your RV lifestyle. Don’t fret. If you’ve ever wondered what to look for in camper dinnerware, we’ve got you covered. Read Full Story →

By: On: Tuesday March 26 2019

RV Security System

Many of us have some kind of home security system beyond simply locking your doors. It may be as simple as motion lights all the way up to alarms, cameras and more. Having some kind of system keeps you and your family safe while you’re inside, and your stuff safe while you’re away. There are several ways to add a security system to your RV to add that peace of mind while you’re enjoying the camping life. Here are five of the best RV security system options for various types of use. Read Full Story →

By: On: Monday March 18 2019
RV Tire Guide

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For many of us, now that spring is starting to show up, it is time to get the RVs out of storage and ready for the camping season. This has been a particularly nasty winter, and that takes a toll on things we often overlook. Your RV’s tires may not be in the best shape, especially if you are thinking it was time to replace them last year. We often think our travel trailer, fifth wheel and other towable RVs will not burn through tires as fast as our vehicles will. This is true for the most part, but they do take a fair amount of wear and tear, especially if they sit out on the ground all winter long. Nothing can ruin a camping trip faster than a flat tire, so if it is time to get new tires just go ahead and do it. Here are some suggestions for new RV tires options to help you along the way. Read Full Story →

By: On: Tuesday March 12 2019

Winnebago Logo

For more than six decades, Winnebago Industries has created products that enable customers to explore America’s national parks. Today, Winnebago Industries, Inc., a leading outdoor lifestyle product manufacturer, strengthened that connection by announcing a multi-year partnership with the National Park Foundation (NPF), the official nonprofit partner of the National Park Service, in support of the Find Your Park/Encuentra Tu Parque movement. This public awareness campaign inspires people of all backgrounds and abilities to discover and share their own unique connections to America’s national parks.

“Our purpose, throughout our Winnebago, Grand Design and Chris-Craft families, is to help our customers explore the outdoor lifestyle, enabling extraordinary experiences as they travel, live, work and play,” said Winnebago Industries President and CEO Michael Happe. “We firmly believe that America’s national parks offer unparalleled opportunities to experience the beauty of nature and the depth of our shared heritage at some of the most scenic and historic locations in the United States. It is an honor to support the work of the National Park Foundation in pursuit of our shared goal, to connect more people with transformative outdoor experiences.”

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By: On: Thursday March 7 2019
RV Heater Options

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Anyone who has camped in the spring and/or fall, or maybe just in some of the more extreme climates, knows that a heater in your RV can mean the difference between a miserable camping experience and a fun one. There are several ways to go about installing a heater in your RV, with everything from portable units, to complete furnaces. As long as you know how much space you want to heat, picking the best RV heater for you isn’t that difficult. Just like when you picked out your RV when you bought it, there are lots of options for getting the best RV heater for you. Read Full Story →

By: On: Tuesday February 26 2019
RV Blinds and Window Shades

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Upgrading your RV blinds and window shades is an easy thing to do that can add to the enjoyment factor of your camping adventures.

For many of us, our RV is our home away from home. It is a way to get out and explore and still have all the comforts and little things that we take for granted around the house. One thing in particular that we expect to have at home, that may not always be the case with the RV is privacy. While we can often find a secluded camp site, sometimes finding one that is open and that the RV will fit into is just not possible. If you do have to camp in a less secluded spot, having the right RV blinds and/or window shades can make your trip more enjoyable and relaxing. Read Full Story →

By: On: Friday January 25 2019

RV Essentials

With the winter RV shows in full swing, more and more people are going out and buying a new, or new-to-them, RV for the first time. Whether you’ve taken possession of the RV, or just want to get a jump start before it comes out of storage, here are some RV essentials we’d recommend for setting up your new rig.

Whether due to the economy rebounding, or people just deciding to live for the moment, RV sales are on the upswing again, and more people are getting out and enjoying the great outdoors. RV shows are doing brisk business and sales haven’t been this strong in years. Now that you’ve signed the papers and are the proud owners of a new, or new-to-you RV, the next step is setting it up and having everything you need for when you take it out of storage, pack it up and set out on adventure. We’ve put together a checklist of RV essentials to set up your new portable vacation home. Read Full Story →

By: On: Tuesday January 22 2019

KZ Sportsmen SE Exterior

KZ recently debuted the all-new Sportsmen SE, expanding its most popular lineup to a new demographic. “SE is a well-appointed yet budget-friendly version of our popular Sportsmen LE,” said Brent Froman, general manager. “Almost everything comes standard, which makes it an excellent value. Sportsmen SE is the perfect entry level RV, offered in six great floorplans.”

Sportsmen SE has curb appeal to spare, with an aerodynamic front profile and tri-colored metal exterior. Standard features include power awning with LED light strip, outdoor speakers with LED lights, magnetic catches on baggage doors, spare tire with carrier, friction-hinge entry door, residential-grade linoleum and wider doorways throughout. Additional convenience features include backup camera prep, solar prep, and a battery disconnect switch. Unloaded vehicle weights (UVW) range from just 4,300 to 6,100 pounds, making Sportsmen SE ideal for the SUV or half-ton pickup market. Read Full Story →




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