Montana’s Grand Glacier Country

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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 »

Grand Teton National Park

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by Emily Fagan
July 20, 2015

  Stunning mountain scenery, dramatic skies, abundant wildlife, numerous camping options and loads of outdoor activities make this Wyoming park a must-see for RVers When I first arrived in Grand Teton National Park with my husband, Mark, several years ago, our gaping jaws and wide eyes were like... Read more »

Readers’ Choice Awards: Vote for Your Favorites

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July 1, 2015

  It’s time again for MotorHome’s annual Readers’ Choice Awards, where you get to choose your favorite motorhomes, destinations, and RV products and services. It’s a chance for you to share your experience and knowledge with fellow RVers by casting your votes in more than two dozen RV-related... Read more »

Made in the Shade

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by Owen Mitchell
June 30, 2015

  How to reduce solar heat-soak inside a motorhome   Shade mesh, also described as shade cloth, appears in RVs in an infinite variety of uses as owners battle with hot sun streaming through windows during summer months. Screen RoomSunpro awning drops are made with 85- or 90-percent sunblocking... Read more »

Video Review: Quick Setup Canopy

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June 24, 2015

  MotorHome’s Bob Dawson walks you through a video review of the Quick-Set Escape, a no-assembly, canopy/screen-room from Clam.  

Class B Trailblazer

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By Donya Carlson
June 24, 2015

  The Roadtrek CS Adventurous with E-trek package reaches a level of sophistication not typically seen in a Class B My dad stepped into the CS Adventurous through the sliding side door, took a look around, then stepped back out to take a second look at the marque on the side. “This is a Roadtrek?”... Read more »

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