Where to find good, basic information before buying your first (or next) recreation vehicle
Ask other RVers
“The people one meets in the campgrounds are some of the best, most fun-loving, helpful people you’ll ever meet,” said fulltime RVer Meg Brubacher of Ontario, Canada.
Good places to gather a lot of information in a short amount of time are local RV shows.
To learn the about upcoming RV shows in your area, click on RVTravel/RVShows. If no RV show is scheduled in your region, walk through a number of recreation vehicles on a dealer’s lot.
• Go RVing (gorving.com), underwritten by the RV industry, has extensive information on the RV lifestyle.
• RVers Online (rversonline.org) is an independent public service information resource. More than 2,000 pages provide “noncommercial information” based on “RVers helping RVers.”
• RV Bookstore (rvbookstore.com) has a wide range of RV resources. Go online to or call 425-744-0415 weekdays between 9 a.m. and 3 p.m. Pacific Time.