Going Rogue

By Bobbie Hasselbring
February 21, 2017

  Wine, chocolate and cheese combine with quaint charm and a famous theater scene during late winter in this southern Oregon river valley When RVers explore southern Oregon’s verdant Rogue River Valley, it’s often in the summer months, when they can fish and whitewater raft the area’s wild... Read more »

The Recreational Vehicle Industry’s Biggest Event

By Kristopher Bunker/The RVBusiness Staff
February 3, 2017

  Annual trade show reveals the latest and greatest of all things RV Each year, the Recreation Vehicle Industry Association (RVIA) hosts a national trade show to showcase the latest offerings from RV manufacturers. The event — held at the Kentucky Exposition Center in Louisville — may not... Read more »

Grand Aspirations

By Chris Dougherty
January 26, 2017

  Entegra Aspire 42DEQ gets high marks for quality, livability and design According to Merriam-Webster, “Aspire” means to seek to attain or accomplish a particular goal. Well, the 2017 Entegra Aspire 42DEQ has certainly attained a new level of design, luxury and function in a modern motorcoach. For... Read more »

Owens Valley High

By Rhonda Ostertag
January 21, 2017

  Photo opportunities abound in and around the town of Bishop, California   In our years of travel writing, I have made a number of writer pilgrimages. I have gazed at the items on Mark Twain’s mantle that launched evening tales to amuse his children. I’ve placed a stone at the site of... Read more »

Getting Aktiv

By Barb Riley
January 2, 2017

  German manufacturer Hymer enters the North American market with a Class B that uses European ingenuity to lure enthusiasts into the versatility of a compact motorhome The RV industry has seen a lot of shifts in the manufacturer scene over the last few years. Mostly, companies have either been... Read more »

Digging the Dunes

By Malia Lane
December 22, 2016

  Some unlikely campground neighbors make a wonderful lasting impression at Oregon’s Jessie M. Honeyman Memorial State Park If someone had asked me if I’d like to stay at a campground with dune buggies or ATVs as neighbors, I probably would have politely refused. Just goes to prove your first... Read more »

New Motorhomes for 2017

the RVBusiness staff
December 20, 2016

  Manufacturers continue to develop more fully equipped, easy-to-drive motorhomes, while consumers also see the return of some old favorites   If you need any more convincing that comfortable camping is back in vogue, consider this: the Recreation Vehicle Industry Association (RVIA) — the... Read more »

Gateway to Adventure

By Rosanne Wagstaff
December 13, 2016

  Moab, Utah, offers a variety of outdoor recreation sure to get your heart pumping “Must he always set his tripod at the very edge of the cliff?” I wondered, peering over my boots into the deep, purple chasm below. Winds gusted. The sun dropped. In the changing light, colors flowed over the... Read more »

Simply the Best: 2016 Readers’ Choice Awards

By Kristopher Bunker
December 1, 2016

  The votes are in: Here are the winners of MotorHome’s 2016 Readers’ Choice Awards Playing favorites may be frowned upon for things like business transactions and parenting, but it’s the ideal practice when it comes to selecting a motorhome, a reliable RV tire or even an RV resort. We all... Read more »

Sibling Rivalry

By Chris Hemer and Bob Livingston
November 28, 2016

  TEST: Winnebago Minnie Winnie 31G & Vista 31BE These two Winnebago motorhomes may look different, but they are more similar than you think Fraternal twins — those that are born just minutes apart yet look different front one another — are often mistaken for “ordinary” siblings. But... Read more »

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