Whats New: 2020 Winnebago Navion

2020 Winnebago Navion The Winnebago Navion has been one of the most popular and fuel efficient Class C motorhomes for years. For 2020 the Navion has been redesigned and is better than ever. Built on the all-new Mercedes Benz Sprinter VS30 chassis, the 2020 is loaded with many new features. Floorplans The 2020 Winnebao Navion [...] Read more


Meteor Showers From Your Campsite

Meteor Showers From Your Campsite The night skies will be ablaze with some major meteor showers all across the continental United States this year, and there will be multiple chances for campers to experience these incredible celestial wonders of the universe. Put simply, meteor showers are the frequent display of what many people refer to [...] Read more


Pure3 Lithium Energy System

Pure3 Lithium Energy System The Pure3 Energy Management System by Volta Power Systems ­­is the most powerful and easy-to-use lithium systems in the RV industry. Now you can spend time more time off the grid and less time being connected to shore power. The Pure3 Energy Management System is available on both the Winnebago Travato [...] Read more


Local Guide: Hiking and Biking

Local Guide: Hiking and Biking Did you know that we have many hiking and biking destinations all within less than an hour drive of Colonial RV? Whether you are picking up your new RV, stopping in for service, or are local to the area, these trails are a great way to get out and enjoy [...] Read more


Share Your Story – Inspire Adventure

Share Your Story At Colonial RV, we love to see people getting out and enjoying life in their motorhomes. We've recently created a central hub where our fellow world explorers can share their stories and follow each other's adventures. We aim to share the RV lifestyle with the world. What better way than with you, [...] Read more


Tips & Info On Your RV’s Available Power

Tips & Info On Your RV's Available Power Through our RV Service, customers are always asking about the amount of appliances you can use in your RV.  The answer to this question depends on the amount of power coming from the campground. If the campground only has a 30 amp service available, an RV with 50 [...] Read more