15Jan2019

National Parks & Government Shutdown

How National Parks are Dealing with the Government Shutdown There are over 20,000 National Park Service employees who care for our nation’s 4,018 national parks. These proud individuals work with communities across America to help preserve natural treasures, local history, and help create recreational activities for all to enjoy. In a statement on protecting National […]

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04Dec2018

10 Smartphone Apps for RV Travel

Smartphones have made RV travel easier as well as keeping you connected while on the road. There are several smartphone apps that can guide your way, whether you’re looking for directions, food, or the closest campground. Below is a list of some of our favorites to help make your next adventure more enjoyable! Google Maps Google maps […]

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05Nov2018

RV Surge Protectors: Why You Need One

What Surge Protector is best for my RV? A common question amongst RVers is what is a surge protector, and why do I need one? While a basic surge protector is better than nothing, it is highly recommended to use an electrical management system (EMS). The EMS offers far superior protection for the electronics in […]

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12Oct2018

Gas Vs. Diesel: What’s Right For You

Gas Vs. Diesel Motorhome One of the most common questions people ask when purchasing a new RV is whether to choose gas or diesel engine. This is an age-old question without a clear-cut answer. Neither one is better than the other, it all depends on what you are looking for out of your RV and [...] Read more

02Oct2018

The All New 2019 Winnebago Vita

2019 Winnebago Vita Recently Winnebago has announced the an all new model to their lineup, the Vita. The Vita is a class C motorhome similar to the Navion but with a list of new best in class features and more affordable price point. The result is a compact and easy-driving motorhome that’s perfect for solo [...] Read more