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MotorHome magazine provides you with the latest news about living the RV lifestyle. From RV cooking to getaways, new RV gear, reviews and more.

Classic Ride - 1968 Travcoa

The Classic Ride: Built to Last

The Dodge Travco Class A remains a true icon of the motorhome industry This article is one in our continuing series looking at motorhomes that...

Spectacular Sedona

An Awe-Inspiring Red-Rock Wonderland in North-Central Arizona Spectacular! That’s the word my wife, Gayle, and I use to describe our visit to the 140,000-acre area...
The Back Harbour region provides the perfect setting for a Newfoundland “boil up” on the beach.

Road Foodie: Experience Twillingate

February is the month of love, and nothing says “I love you” better than your sweetheart’s favorite pie. Unfortunately, I’ve never mastered making a...

2013 RV OOPS AWARDS

  “What’s the dumbest thing you’ve ever done while RVing?” Electrical Errors and Fuel-Pump Fiascoes are 
Among This Year’s Top 10 Motorhome Mishaps Most RVers have experienced...

Suck It Up!

  DIY: Central vacuum-cleaner installation   Installing an InterVac remote vacuum-cleaner system in an unused area saves space and makes cleanup a breeze   Whether you’re parked in a...

How’d They Do That?

  RV factory tours give visitors an up-close-and-personal look at the motorhome manufacturing process RVers tend to be a curious bunch, in terms of discovering...
Chinook Destiny

The Classic Ride: A Touch of Destiny

  A 2002 Chinook Class C 24-footer is a perfect match for one happy motorhome owner This article is part of a continuing series looking at...

Learning the RV Lingo: Tips for Newbie RVers

Your RV’s NCC is maxed out, your toad is all hooked up, the galley’s stocked and you think you’re ready for your boondocking trip...
The Freys’ 1976 GMC Palm Beach still sports its original iconic lime-green exterior paint.

The Classic Ride: Retro Reliability

Durable 1973-1978 GMC motorhomes are true blasts from the past and still going strong This article is the next in our series looking at motorhomes...
Petroglyphs on Newspaper Rock

Petroglyphs and Pictographs: Southwestern Rock Art

We love the Southwest,” my brother said when I told him over lunch that my husband, Bob, and I were planning our first cross-country...

Products

Furrion Wi-Fi System

RV Wi-Fi

Furrion helps RV owners stay connected on the road. We all depend on a reliable signal and Wi-Fi routing for many of our everyday activities,...
The Clearsource kit includes sediment and coconut shell activated carbon block filters. Plastic wrench, supplied with the system, is used to remove canisters and access filters.

Water Filtration by Clearsource

Clearsource premium two-canister RV-specific system, tucked into a stout housing, removes much of the bad stuff while streamlining the process
CINEMOOD PROJECTOR

Motorhome Gear: Movie Magic

When it comes to movies, the bigger, the better. The new Cinemood Portable Movie Theater takes it to the next level, providing up to...
Connect4G-OTR-Hero

Gimme a Boost

Wilson Electronics announces the weBoost Connect RV 65, a cellular signal booster designed to provide a solid signal while your motorhome is in camp....
Source of Stability: A few Source Engineering suspension modifications on motorhomes sitting atop the popular Freightliner XC chassis make a dramatic difference in handling and ride.

Smooth Sailing: Motorhome Suspension Upgrade

A simple yet well-engineered suspension upgrade from Source Engineering takes the rock-and-roll out of Freightliner XC-based motorhomes with I-beam front suspensions, improving handling and...