RV Shows last two weeks of March 2018
Lots more RV and Outdoor Sports shows planned across the USA the last two weeks in March. These shows give potential buyers and ‘wannabes’ an opportunity to quickly see many 2018 makes and models of motor coaches and travel trailers — at one time and in one place.
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Folding A-frame trailers, part 2: Popular with active outdoors enthusiasts Kurt & Shelley Egli of Austin
A-frame pop-up trailers are great alternatives for outdoors lovers. Tent campers are the new breed of RVers who are taking to these small collapsible solid-walled rigs, which set up much faster than a tent with no more sleeping on the ground. "We had been tent campin
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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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Equine RVs, part 4: Motorized Equine Motorcoach
For horse owners who prefer to travel in an all-in-one Recreation Vehicle and horse transport there is the Equine Motorcoach out of Louisville, Ky. “Some of our customers are the top equestrian athletes” says Tom Stinnett, Equine Motorcoach's managing partner
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Equine RVs, part 2: Living quarters horse trailer
A longtime manufacturer of living quarters horse trailers is Featherlite Trailers of Cresco, Iowa. The company built its first trailer in 1973 and today specializes in all-aluminum trailers for horse owners of all disciplines, livestock owners, farmers, recreational
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RVs for Autumn, part 5: Locating campgrounds near hunting, fishing destinations
Recreation.gov: one-stop site for trip planning, information sharing and reservations on 12 federal agencies. The Army Corps of Engineers, Forest Service, National Park Service, Bureau of Land Management, Bureau of Reclamation, Fish and Wildlife Service, and the Nationa
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RVs for Autumn, part 4: Sport utility RVs haul motorized toys for active family camping trips
For those who want to haul motorcycles, dirt bikes, or ATVs to their hunting or fishing camp, there is the Sport Utility RV (SURV). “Available in both motorhomes or towable units, the rear end of a SURV drops down, forming a ramp for access into a ‘garage’ area
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RVs for Autumn, part 3: SUV set embrace tiny, rugged pull-behind teardrop trailer for off-grid camping
There is growing interest in smaller, rugged pull-behind teardrop trailers by urban anglers who want to get away to a secluded lake, cast a fishing line and catch a memory. “You don't have to own a huge truck to pull a TerraDrop. It is perfectly happy behind a smal
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Autumn RV shows in USA, Canada
At least 13 RV shows are scheduled between late September through October where browsers and potential buyers will be able to scan the new 2017 models ... or maybe pick up on a deal on an outgoing rig. Great American RV Show Sept. 29-Oct. 1 Norris Penrose Event Cen
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Why are RV manufacturers looking for so many drivers?
"Officials from the Recreation Vehicle Industry Association estimate that an additional 2,000 drivers are needed to deliver the 25,000 to 30,000 recreational vehicles that are sitting on lots in southern Michigan and northern Indiana," according to an article by Jim Mee
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