General RV to carry Nexus motorhomes and Dealer Resources Group to rep Arterra Distribution.
Day: May 1, 2019
“Tonight we will talk about the company’s early days when David’s father started the company, and how he has built it into what it is today,” said co-host John DiPietro, of RV Insights. “Learn about their business philosophy and the service team and staff members.”
The newest episode of Rollin’ On TV will evaluate three different types of toy haulers, explore Calaveras Big Tree State Park in California, and show how to upgrade RV shades.
The Pennsylvania Campground Owners Association teamed up with Cabela’s in Hamburg, Pa., this year to promote the camping lifestyle. “Discover Your Outdoor Moments” was the theme that the association chose for the April 27-28 event.
Is the RV sales boom finally about to level out? All indications show yes, with new reports revealing most RV shipments are down so far this year. You can keep your revenue stream healthy while your dealership benefits with this added income stream.
“This product has a strong appeal to a growing segment of the market, from the first timer, to the extreme off-the-grid buyers, we offer an innovative, aggressively priced camping solution,” said Miller.
The annual Spring Hall of Fame RV Show returns to RV/MH Hall of Fame Thursday through Sunday.
We had done this once before in Capitol Reef some years ago, when a 10 mile, top-to-bottom sand and boulder slog through Lower Spring Canyon proved too unwieldy for a day-hike, especially without a “shuttle” vehicle. So we ended up breaking Spring Canyon into two day-hikes—one from top to about halfway down-canyon, and the other a hike from bottom up to overlap our previous turnaround point. Voila!
Workamping full-time for nearly ten years, our usual seasonal migrations could be considered typical for many Workampers – a summer job in a relatively cool location and a winter job in a warm, sunny spot with a fun road trip in between.
Sixty six roomy sites are shaded by large oak trees. They’re nicely spaced but have limited privacy. Amenities include tables, firepits, food cupboards, potable water, restrooms, showers, boat ramps, and a swimming beach. There isn’t a dump station.
It’s estimated that there are a million plus fulltime RVers out there, traveling North America and living pretty much fulltime in their RVs. And those ranks are growing more and more every day. Jennifer and I have noticed this in our travels. We are meeting more fulltimers on seemingly every trip and many of them are families.
The Family Campground at Cliffs of the Neuse State Park is going through some big changes. Construction of a new bathhouse is currently underway.
More than 4,500 guest nights were booked in 72 hours on West Virginia’s state park site launched last week.
A native prairie restoration will begin this summer on the 49 acres of farm land between the campground and the lake. Once legacy funding is available, the county plans to also add a one-and-a-half mile paved trail to the park and campgrounds.
The owners of Chewonki Campground and Wiscasset officials signed paperwork to finalize the town’s acquisition of an easement from the campground April 24 after four years of negotiations.
Snow is keeping forest officials from assessing winter damage, performing cleanup and opening roads and campgrounds for the season.
The Sugar Valley Historical Society will hold its 21st Annual “Good Old Days” celebration at the Booneville Campground,, 349 Campground Rd., Loganton, on May 11 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Traveling in an RV is a great way to experience the world and see many different places. Campsites make it easy to provide power to your recreational vehicle and enjoy the surrounding scenery, but you still need power for days you’re in between campsites or during emergencies.
With the fast approach of summer, many RV owners are making sure their motorhomes are road-ready for their upcoming travels. Of course, one of the biggest aspects of preparing for your summer vacation is planning the perfect road trip itinerary!