RVers on the move this Thanksgiving holiday
Drivers will be paying the highest Thanksgiving gas prices since 2014 with pump prices about 40-cents a gallon more expensive than last year, according to AAA. The average retail price for regular unleaded gasoline is around $2.54 a gallon. That said, AAA estimates this
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Folding A-frame trailers, part 1: Fun, super easy to tow
The small A-frame foldout trailer will never capture a huge slice of the Recreation Vehicle (RV) market, however, those who have them, love them. "They're fun and super easy to tow," say A-frame owners who cut across all backgrounds and ages. What all A-frame enthusi
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RVing with Kids, part 4: Online resources to find campgrounds on public, private lands
Now is the time to pull out your atlas and start dreaming about your family’s next RV adventure to a favorite autumn festival, local county lake or more remote mountain area. Wherever you want to spend time outdoors there are plenty of resources that will assist yo
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RV shows from Montana to Quebec City, 3/17-4/3
RV shows this week range across North America, from Billings, Mont. to Quebec City, QC Canada. Flint Camper & RV Show March 17-20 Dort Federal Credit Union Event Center Flint, MI Quebec City RV Show March 17–20 ExpoCité, Centre de foires Quebec City,
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Winter RVing, part 4 -- A handful of cold weather RVing suggestions
This is the final post of a four-part series on Winter RVing.  Here are a few cold weather RVing suggestions: 1. If you have winterized your RV, space heaters or propane powered catalytic heaters, such as Mr. Heater or Camco’s Olympian, are excellent choices as ba
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Winter RVing, part 3 --  Chris Dougherty loves having
“I love the fun of having a portable winter cabin all ready to go,” said Chris Dougherty, owner RV Medics LLC of New England in Springfield, Mass. “It’s amazing how cozy a warm, comfortable little RV home can be with snow and cold outside.” An RVer most of
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2014 'Campus Tailgate Tour' continues through 11/15
Anyone who has ever attended a college or professional football pre-game tailgating event, knows how much fun they can be. In fact, tailgaing is frequently cited by RVers as one of the most popular ways they use their rigs during the fall and winter months, according
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RVing: An American Dream, Part 4 -- 'RV shows are like mega malls'
Considered the "mega-malls" of the recreation vehicle world, RV shows are where you can find bumper-to-bumper displays of 2014 gas and diesel motor homes, travel trailers, toy haulers, fifth wheel trailers, folding campers and truck campers. "Multiple dealers gather
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Pop-up truck camper, Part # 5 -- 'Information, manufacturers'
Pop-up truck campers offer RVers the opportunity to travel down that road less traveled, to camp where you want to camp, and have just about everything you need with you. If you are interested in more information, here are a few places to start your research:
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Where to find good, basic information before buying your first (or next) recreation vehicle
There are literally hundreds of books, magazines, DVDs, Web sites and personal blogs about the RV lifestyle. Here is a just start: Ask other RVers “The people one meets in the campgrounds are some of the best, most fun-loving, helpful people you'll ever meet,”
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