|RV Travel Newsletter Issue 931
Welcome to RVtravel.com, the newsletter that cares. Please tell your friends about us! Learn about RV camping, RV travel, RV news and much more. This newsletter, now in its 19th year of continuous publication, is funded primarily through advertising and voluntary subscription contributions from our readers. Thanks to all of you; you know who you […]
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POSTED JANUARY 18, 2020 9:00 AM
|Do you believe Walmart will still allow free overnight RV parking in 5 years?
Every night in America, thousands of RVers spend the night for free in a Walmart parking lot. You have to wonder what would happen if Walmart were to pull the plug on such stays. Where would all those RVers go? Many RV parks are booked months, even years ahead. Where does an RVer stay when […]
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POSTED JANUARY 18, 2020 7:30 AM
|RVelectricity: Finding short circuits in 12-volt systems, Part 2A
By Mike Sokol Dear Readers, As promised, here’s Part 2 of my 12-volt DC short circuit tutorial. I’m splitting Part 2 into sub parts A and B, since there’s a LOT to learn about troubleshooting short circuits, and there’s only so much you can absorb in one sitting. So this is Part 2A. Quick Review […]
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POSTED JANUARY 18, 2020 4:30 AM
|What we learned about you last week (January 11-17)
By Emily Woodbury Greetings from a still-snowy Seattle (ugh!). Anyone else currently in the Pacific Northwest? What a week we’ve had, huh? I did not leave New York to move to Washington for SNOW! C’mon climate change, weather gods, whoever or whatever is controlling this awful weather…come on! Sigh. Now that I’ve made myself grumpy […]
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POSTED JANUARY 18, 2020 2:51 AM
|This is not the America I have known
By Chuck Woodbury ROADSIDE JOURNAL This picture originally ran in The Denver Post. It’s a homeless camp right across a park from the Colorado state capitol. The story was about how the residents were being evicted in part because of a rat infestation caused by human, animal and food waste. Can you look at the photo […]
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POSTED JANUARY 18, 2020 2:14 AM
Campers Inn RV Blog
|Advice for Booking Your First Camping Trip
POSTED JANUARY 14, 2020 8:30 PM
|Best-Sized Motorhomes for Your Lifestyle
The first decision to make when shopping for a new RV is to decide, motorhome or towable? If you choose a motorhome, there are many things to consider when shopping. You need to look at the different types, sizes and features the motorhome offers and decide what your wants and needs are in an RV.
POSTED JANUARY 09, 2020 8:00 PM
|Top 4 Pop-Up Campers for 2020
Spring is right around the corner meaning warm weather, sunshine and fresh flowers blooming. This time of year is perfect for pop-up campers as they are lightweight and offer great views of the spring season in all its glory. Read along to find the top four pop-ups for this coming year.
POSTED DECEMBER 17, 2019 8:36 PM
|4 Best Travel Trailers with a Rear Bedroom
Buying a new RV is like buying a new home because you must look at several different models and floorplans to find your perfect match.
POSTED DECEMBER 12, 2019 2:14 PM
|Top 5 Winter Sports RV Parks
As the weather begins to cool, animals go into hibernation and thick winter coat are brought out, RVers across the country begin packing for their next adventure. Whether its snowboarding, skiing, ice fishing, or just enjoying a stroll to check out the spectacular views we have an RV park that is perfect for you! Get your RV ready as we show you the top five places to RV that offer winter sports.
POSTED DECEMBER 03, 2019 10:32 PM
|Top 5 All Season Campgrounds on the Northern East Coast
Camping is a popular hobby for many outdoor enthusiasts. It provides people the opportunity to relax and connect with nature while creating a sense of community with other campers who have similar interests.
Not every campground is open year-long or offers activities to do when it gets cold outside. But just because it gets cold outside, doesn’t mean that the camping fun has to end. We gathered five winter campsites that offer activities year-around so you can continue to experience the RV life all year long.
Make sure your RV is made for 4-season camping and insulated properly for the cold months and then grab the family for some winter wonderland adventure time.
POSTED NOVEMBER 26, 2019 8:00 PM
|All About Forest River Rockwood RVs
Rockwood is a division of Forest River RV and manufacturers some of America’s favorite pop-ups, travel trailers, fifth wheels and hybrid towables. The brand covers a wide variety of towables for every lifestyle from lightweight travel trailers that you can tow with a fuel-efficient car or small SUV to larger family-sized options.
POSTED NOVEMBER 19, 2019 8:59 PM
|All About Newmar RVs
Marvin Miller and Marvin Newcomer left their jobs at an established RV manufacturer in 1968 to create their own brand of RVs named Newmar. They made it a priority to build motorhomes and towable RVs that customers were asking for.
POSTED NOVEMBER 12, 2019 8:00 PM
|Campers Inn RV Acquires Palmetto RV & Marine
Campers Inn RV, the nation’s largest chain of family-operated RV dealerships, is proud to announce it has acquired Palmetto RV & Marine, Moncks Corner, S.C. The dealership will remain open as they transition into the Campers Inn RV organization.
“We are excited to continue the legacy of outstanding service the Arnau family and team have established within the Charleston RV community,” said Jeff Hirsch, owner/president, Campers Inn RV. “Not only did Campers Inn RV acquire a new store, I also got to know a wonderful person in Mike Arnau and look forward to expanding our friendship. We are honored with the opportunity to grow our dealership locations in the Carolinas. And with the goal of being the RVer’s Trusted Resource nationally for all RVers, we are always looking for ways to deepen our network of support and grow with our customers as they travel across the U.S.”
Palmetto RV & Marine was founded by the Arnau family over 20 years ago, with a focus on providing quality outdoor recreation products in a friendly, family atmosphere. The dealership has a strong reputation for quality service after the sale and offers motorhomes and towable RVs from the industry’s leading manufacturers, including Heartland RV and Forest River.
“As my family and I reflected on the opportunity presented by Jeff Hirsch and his team to purchase our dealership, our driving thoughts were for Charleston campers and how they deserved a first-rate camping partner who would value both customers and employees and treat them with respect,” said Mike Arnau, of Palmetto RV & Marine. “And I truly believe that the team at Campers Inn RV are honest campers who not only care about your family, but also your family vacation.”
With this acquisition, Campers Inn RV will now have two locations in South Carolina and five dealerships in the Carolinas. Campers Inn RV’s dealer network nationwide has now expanded to 27 locations. As the RVer’s Trusted Resource, it’s Campers Inn RV’s goal to serve their customers and the RV community whether they are at home or on the road.
POSTED NOVEMBER 05, 2019 3:41 PM
|Top 4 Affordable Luxury Class A Motorhomes
When choosing a motorhome there are quite a few things to consider. Class A motorhomes have a lot of advantages for RVers. On average, a Class A is usually between 30- to 45-feet-long and resemble large buses. These RVs can be either gas or diesel and starting weight is well over 10,000 pounds.
POSTED OCTOBER 29, 2019 7:00 PM