Along with the chance to peer inside more than 1,000 new RVs you will have an opportunity to meet and talk with Chuck Woodbury, editor of RVTravel.com; Gary Bunzer, the RV Doctor; and RV Educator Mark Polk of RV Education 101.
Wear comfortable shoes because there will be 21 acres of vendor booths boasting the latest RV accessories, services and travel information. You can rest your legs a little by attending one of the many free educational seminars including John Holod’s RV Travel adventures.
According to the latest edition of RVTravel.com if you want to park at the show in your RV: “Overnight parking is available for $25 a night on the premises.”
“This is the Granddaddy of RV Shows,” says Chuck. “Don’t miss it! ” Learn more here (and print out a $1 discount admission coupon).
If you can’t make it to Pennsylvania to see all the new rigs … no worries, there will be an RV show near you soon. Click here for upcoming shows in the USA and Canada.