Fall Favorites


By Malia Lane
September 29, 2015

  A leaf-peeping tour takes a backseat to the beauty and wonder of the Natchez Trace Parkway A drive along the Natchez Trace Parkway is exactly the kind of trip I envisioned when I first started RVing — a well-maintained road with no billboards or advertisements to distract from the natural... Read more »

Motorhome Photo Contest Winners


September 28, 2015

  In the June issue of MotorHome, we announced the Picture This Adventure photo contest, sponsored by Fleetwood RV, and invited readers to snap scenic photos of motorhomes and share them with us. The contest was open May 1-June 30, 2015, and the winners were chosen July 1, 2015. Thank you to all... Read more »

Tuscany 45AT

The Tuscany 45AT, shown above in the Oasis full-body paint scheme, has handsome graphics and a sleek appearance that exudes luxury.

By Bob Livingston
September 28, 2015

  Thor Motor Coach responds to customer feedback and pulls out all the stops in its 2016 luxury motorhome line   When Thor Motor Coach took over the reigns for building the Tuscany, the brand was under the Damon banner. At its inception, the Tuscany was positioned as a higher-end coach,... Read more »

America’s National Park Service Turns 100


By Rhonda Ostertag
August 27, 2015

  One visitor’s thank-you   August 25, 2016,  marked the 100th anniversary of the National Park Service (NPS). The familiar arrowhead emblem of the NPS has guided us to many of our greatest adventures and celebrated views, and has helped to bring our nation’s story to life. The NPS... Read more »

Action Hero


By Chris Hemer
August 25, 2015

  Winnebago’s smallest Adventurer is ready for big fun with four slideouts and plenty of living space It wasn’t that long ago that a quad-slideout motorhome was considered the pinnacle of luxury, the ultimate expression of the mobile lifestyle. All you had to say was, “It’s a quad-slide... Read more »

Montana’s Grand Glacier Country


By Bobbie Hasselbring
August 24, 2015

  Whitewater rafting, hiking, road touring and RVing in northwestern Big Sky Country   Spectacular landscape, soaring mountains, crystal-clear lakes and blue-ribbon trout streams — there are plenty of postcard views in the RV-friendly Glacier Country of northwestern Montana. We’re headed there... Read more »

MotorHome’s Guide to Outfitting Your Coach


By Kristopher Bunker
August 21, 2015

  If it ain’t here, you probably don’t need it   Motorhomes truly are a ticket to freedom. They allow us to travel around the country — and beyond — while still enjoying the comforts of our own food, personal belongings and, perhaps most importantly, our own bed. But in order to gain... Read more »

2015 RV OOPS Awards


By Larry MacDonald
July 28, 2015

  Our Annual Countdown of the Top-10 Motorhome Mishaps, from Dumb to Dumbest What’s the dumbest thing you’ve ever done while RVing? When I asked this question of a couple who had been full-timing for 12 years, the husband said, “We’ve NEVER done anything dumb.” After a thoughtful pause,... Read more »

Carolina Cabernet

NASCAR owner and former driver Richard Childress opened a winery in Lexington, North Carolina, in 2004.

by Christine Goodier
July 22, 2015

  A fine wine time in the Yadkin Valley   Still think the South’s beverage of choice is sweet tea chugged from a Mason jar? Times have changed. In North Carolina’s Yadkin Valley you can sip a local chardonnay or cabernet made from vinifera grapes like those harvested in Europe and California.... Read more »

Phoenix Rising


By Donya Carlson
July 20, 2015

  The 2552 twin-bed rear-bath Phoenix Cruiser Class B-plus has a bright and open floorplan that truly shines Even before I saw the Phoenix Cruiser, I already liked it because of the name. And there had to be a backstory about why an RV is named after a mythological bird that dies in a fire of... Read more »

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