Just Right Class As

By Kristopher Bunker
June 22, 2017

  These amenity-rich motorhomes are easy to maneuver without scrimping on livability The freedom to explore the countryside in the residential comfort of a motorhome is easily one of the most attractive aspects of the lifestyle. But sometimes, bringing along all the conveniences of home can lead... Read more »

Motorhome Nomenclature

By Chris Dougherty
June 21, 2017

  Whether it’s a Class A, B or C, we take the confusion out of motorhome categories Classes of motorhomes sometimes create confusion, especially to those new to RVing. Even those with RV experience can, at times, get the classes mixed up when changing from one type of motorhome to another.The... Read more »

Quebec’s Gaspé Peninsula

By Christine Goodier
June 21, 2017

  The scenic Canadian province offers authentic French charm close to home Camping by the water, eating fresh seafood and driving from one French village to the next? Sounds like a bucket list summer vacation to me. But my husband, Bob, and I weren’t up for the hassle of flying to Europe after... Read more »

2017 Readers’ Choice Awards: You Decide the Winners!

June 13, 2017

  MotorHome’s sixth-annual RV poll It’s that time of year again! Cast your votes in MotorHome’s annual Readers’ Choice Awards where you share your knowledge with fellow RVers. Each year we conduct an online poll of readers’ favorite RV brands, products and destinations. Take a few minutes... Read more »

Sporty Size, Big Luxury

By Bob Livingston
May 25, 2017

  Longtime factory-direct builder Coach House pulls out all the stops with its Platinum II 241XL touring motorhome designed for two We’ve all seen commercials depicting how the rich and famous live on TV, the internet and in magazines. It’s fun to see a fat cat in a Ferrari, but in reality... Read more »

More Than OK

By Mary Zalmanek
May 23, 2017

  Oklahoma City sets the gold standard for resilience Do you remember the weather events making the national news in May 2015? Oklahoma had experienced destructive tornadoes with record rainfall and flooding. Nevertheless, the lure of exploring the many attractions in this resilient city overcame... Read more »

High Marks for Class Bs

By Kristopher Bunker
May 23, 2017

  Eight smaller motorhomes that earn an A for livability Class B motorhomes have always been revered for their ease of driving, fuel economy and minimal learning curve to operate. What they haven’t necessarily been known for is their livability, often requiring a number of concessions from the... Read more »

Fundy Coastal Drive

By Karen Lee Ensley
May 22, 2017

  Visit five sites for free as part of Canada’s 150th anniversary of Confederation For an exciting once-in-a-lifetime opportunity, pack the motorhome and join the 2017 yearlong celebration of Canada’s 150th Anniversary of Confederation. This nationwide grand occasion will feature free admission... Read more »

Motorhome Multitasking

By Randy Springer
April 28, 2017

  So, what else can I do with this thing? The most common reasons people buy a motorhome are to travel the country, to go camping and to view nature in all its splendor. But when you’re not out on the road, you have a very expensive vehicle sitting unused somewhere in a parking spot. But what... Read more »

Compass 23TB

By Holly and Norm Roy
April 27, 2017

  Thor’s 2017 Class C RUV features many creature comforts in a compact, nimble package Compasses were developed by the Chinese 200 years prior to the Common Era and have been used for eons to indicate the direction one should travel. Thor Motorcoach developed its Compass — a Class C diesel... Read more »

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