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By: On: Tuesday February 13 2018

Best Toy Haulers of 2018

Whether you like to travel with your motorcycle or go off-roading with your ATV, a model from our list of five of the best toy haulers will fit your needs.

At a recent local RV show, I was walking through a toy hauler and there was a guy inside who was analyzing every aspect of the RV. He was taking measurements, inspecting tie-down points, checking storage and more. While the sales people worked at getting him a quote, I asked him what he was looking for in a toy hauler. It turns out he is a collector of vintage Harley Davidson motorcycles and he likes to travel around the country to ride them and show them off at bike shows. The bikes are too valuable to ride across the country, and he was looking for a very specific toy hauler RV. With the popularity of toy haulers up, there are now plenty of options to choose from, making 2018 a great year to select a new RV for the motorcycle guy and for you, too. Here are five of the best toy haulers for 2018 worthy of a look and what makes them so special.

By: On: Tuesday January 30 2018

Fifth Wheel Scenicaa

Whoever said that you can’t take it with you probably never owned a fifth-wheel RV. Here are five of the best fifth wheel RVs for 2018.

Today’s amazing fifth wheels take luxury and convenience to new levels and things are only getting better. For 2018, the RV industry has once again outdone itself with new features and options to make your new fifth wheel a mobile luxury home-away-from-home.

By: On: Wednesday January 17 2018
Best Compact Travel Trailers

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Now that 2018 is in full swing and all of the new RV models have been announced, we thought we’d show you five of the best compact travel trailers for 2018.

While many of us are working at getting through winter, it doesn’t take much to get the mind wandering off to relaxing days spent around the campsite. The steady stream of cars parking at the local RV show over the weekend says I’m not alone in thinking this way either. The most popular style of RV today is the modern travel trailer, and each year the manufacturers try to improve upon last year’s sales with new features and designs. Here are five of the best compact travel trailers for 2018 that you should take a look at for the upcoming camping season.

By: On: Friday December 22 2017
RV Resolutions

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To help get your 2018 started off on the right foot, we’ve come up with five New Year’s RV resolutions we should all consider.

We all know about New Year’s Resolutions – those baseless promises we make to ourselves to do stuff we already should be doing. Unlike going to the gym more, or stopping a bad habit like smoking, drinking or gambling, there are some resolutions that are legit and easily attainable, especially for the RV owner. Here are five that I am going to ask you to hold me to.

By: On: Thursday December 14 2017

RV Roof Crushed: Snow Damage

Snow can accumulate quickly on an RV roof and can cause some serious problems. Fortunately, you can easily avoid unwanted snow damage to your RV.

I was toying with the idea of doing this article, but started thinking that folks who live in the southern states wouldn’t see much value in it. Then I watched the weather and saw that Texas, Alabama and other traditionally warm states were dealing with loads of uncharacteristic snowfall. When the white stuff starts to pile up, you need to be careful how much of it lands on the RV, regardless of where you live.

By: On: Monday December 11 2017

RVGuide.com Holiday Gift Guide

If you have an RV owner on your gift list this year, The RVGuide.com Holiday Gift Guide is a great place to get started.

When thinking of the perfect holiday gift for someone, you want to get him or her something that will be used and appreciated. That’s what makes the best gift, right? With only a short time left before Christmas, if you’re stuck thinking of the perfect gift for the camping enthusiast in your life, the RVGuide.com Holiday Gift Guide has some suggestions that will work both in the RV and at home.

By: On: Tuesday December 5 2017
RV Family Staying Fit

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We all probably need to get more exercise. Ok, I really need to get more exercise. At home, we can have a fitness routine and even head to the local gym for a workout. When you go camping in the RV, however, staying fit gets a little harder. Or does it?

By: On: Tuesday November 28 2017
Best RV for the Money Pair

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When it comes to finding the best RV for the money, it takes some work on your part. Fortunately, we’ve got some ideas to help you on your way.

For many of us, the economy has come around now to the point that we can afford to buy a few toys again. This means that RV sales have improved and the industry has stabilized some. Let’s face it; there was a time not too long ago when things were getting a little sketchy. Now we can relax and take a breath and think about getting into a new RV.

By: On: Tuesday November 21 2017
RV Roof: Leaky RV Roof

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A leaky RV roof can not only ruin your camping trip, but it can cause major damage to your RV if left unchecked for long. Fortunately, we are here to help with some roof repair options.

It stinks when you find them. Of course, I am talking about leaky RV roof. And now is not the time of year you want to be dealing with them, either. It’s cold and conditions for exacting a repair are not great. It happens, though, and it can be enough to make you want to cry, or drink, or both. Such was the case recently when we were tarping our camper for the winter. I noticed that there was a seam by the vent that looked suspect. Sure enough a branch had broken off a tree in high wind and had thumped the roof just enough to loosen a seam. Rather than hope that the tarp would be enough to keep water from getting in and laying waste to my RV over the winter, I decided to opt for a fix now in hopes of saving later headaches.

By: On: Wednesday November 15 2017
RV Gift Ideas


With Black Friday just around the corner, we’ve come up with some give ideas the RV owner in your life is sure to appreciate.

Black Friday is next week. Yeah, you read that right. I’ll give you a minute so it sinks in. Before you know it, the holidays will be on us and the merriment will flow. If you’re at all like my wife, you may have that one person that it is almost impossible to buy gifts for. If that person also is an avid RV user, it gets even harder. Because as we all know, if you have an RV, what more could you want? Here’s a few gift ideas that the camper in your life is sure to enjoy and use.

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