Harvest Time in New Hampshire

harvest time

August 31, 2011

Head to New Hampshire for early autumn activities before the first frosts bring an end to the season. Rustic charm abounds in the woods and lakes of The Granite State, so soak up the fresh air and beautiful fall foliage at one of the regional harvest festivals.

 Start your trip at the spectacular... Read more »

Hurricane Irene Swallows Vermont RV Dealership

August 30, 2011

Everything “is completely gone,” said Gary Russell.   As reported by the Wall Street Journal, his family’s business, Vermont RV Sales & Service in Brattleboro, was submerged after the Whetstone Brook swelled and engulfed his property, carrying campers to a neighboring cleaning business... Read more »

2012 Fleetwood Bounder 35K

2012 Fleetwood Bounder 35K

August 30, 2011

The Bounder, Fleetwood RV’s most recognized motorhome brand, has been refashioned for 2012 with two new floorplans and updated interior décor. The 35K model is definitely not your grandfather’s Bounder.   Top features on the 2012 Bounder include Sony electronics, standard full-body paint and... Read more »

LVM Resort Announces iPad 2 Sweepstakes For Class A RVers

August 26, 2011

Las Vegas, NV – LVM Resort, the premier “Class A” Motorcoach destination in Nevada, is holding a special Class A RVer sweepstakes to celebrate the launch of its new brand. The sweepstakes will begin on September 1 at 3:00 a.m. (EST) and end on October 1 at 3:00 a.m. (EST). Interested participants... Read more »

Westfalia Unveils Special Anniversary Camper Van

2012 Westfalia Jules Verne

August 26, 2011

Germany-based Westfalia has launched a new model to mark this year’s 60th anniversary of the camper van with today’s (Aug. 26) world premiere unveiling of the “Jules Verne” at the start of this year’s Caravan Salon in Düsseldorf.   As original creator of the camper van, Westfalia is also... Read more »

Better Broadcast TV Picture Quality

Picture Quality

August 25, 2011

Once the federal government mandated that television broadcasters switch to a digital signal, watching the tube for free took on a new vision. A clear vision to be exact. Until recently, there have been almost no changes in the way RVers capture a signal; using a rooftop batwing antenna was and is quintessential... Read more »

Discovering Bear Lake in Northern Utah

Bear Lake Utah

August 24, 2011

It was Labor Day weekend, a good time to be in northern Utah. The crisp autumn air was hinting at winter. Aspens and birch were turning the hills golden and a sweet smell of the last hay-cutting filled the valleys. We had explored Wasatch-Cache National Forest in the past, but people kept talking about... Read more »

Airstream Interstate 3500

Airstream Interstate 3500

August 24, 2011

When one imagines oneself in a Mercedes-Benz it’s usually a dream of a plush luxury car ride and the comfort or the reverie of a road-hugging sports car. The Airstream Interstate 3500, however, is something of both, smartly conceived in a 23-foot Class B motorhome. Its spry driving nature comes from... Read more »

Magellan GPS on Steroids

August 23, 2011

Having to ask your copilot for directions is quickly becoming a lost art. The proliferation of low-cost GPS devices has made travel to unfamiliar areas much more pleasant — and relatively argument free. Most devices are loaded with mapping and points of nterest, which are great for general travelers.... Read more »

Florida City Looks for Ways to Welcome RVers

August 23, 2011

Hundreds of Dunedin, Fla., residents recently fought to keep RV camping out of Honeymoon Island State Park — and won. But, according to a report in the St. Petersburg Times, with all the hubbub, the city wants to make sure it doesn’t come off as unfriendly to RV users. To that end, officials will... Read more »

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