A Touch of Gold

by Kevin Livingston
May 1, 2017

  K-Z RV’s Durango Gold targets full-timers wanting to spread out, store lots of supplies and benefit from a slideout-positioned entry door In modern society, it is inevitable that things are going to change, and that includes products produced by the RV industry. Of late, manufacturers have... Read more »

Taking Flight

by Donya Carlson
March 31, 2017

  The lightweight Falcon Eclipse F-21RB travel trailer packs comfort and style into a slender — and unique — profile The falcon is an adaptable and versatile bird of prey that inhabits a wide range of areas. Known for traveling from tundra to mountains and many places in between, one of the... Read more »

Staycation Getaway

by Chris Hemer
March 2, 2017

  The Grand Design Solitude 360RL puts an interesting spin on tradition with unexpected features and long-term value “Extended stay.” Sounds nice, doesn’t it? No plans, no reservations, no concerns. Maybe we’ll get there, maybe we won’t. Maybe our journey will lead us on a path to discovery... Read more »

Back to Basics with Serro Scotty

by Chris Dougherty
February 1, 2017

  The iconic travel trailer makes a comeback for old-school camping fun with some modern conveniences Introduced in 1957, the Serro Scotty was the quintessential working man’s travel trailer and one of the most recognizable RVs of its time. Many of these vintage trailers are still on the road... Read more »

Winnebago Wow

by Chris Dougherty
January 3, 2017

  The latest addition to the Minnie lineup, the rear-bedroom 2500FL model gets attention everywhere it goes, from a Massachusetts RV park to the middle of Manhattan The minute we saw this trailer, we knew it was going to be a fun test. Winnebago’s series of Minnie travel trailers is designed... Read more »

Backcountry B&B

by Bruce W. Smith
November 30, 2016

  Northwood’s Arctic Fox 990 puts a fully self-contained base camp in the bed  of a 4×4 dually truck Three fat trout sizzle in the frying pan in front of me, as I survey the mountain lake where I’d caught them just an hour earlier. A few feet away, my wife puts the finishing touches... Read more »

Big and Custom

By Bob Livingston
September 29, 2016

Space Craft specializes in building fifth-wheels for full-time living for customers who want it their way, without compromise Fifth-wheel trailers offer the utmost in livability, and those who embrace the full-time RV lifestyle look for floorplans that offer exceptional space and comfort. RVers who... Read more »

Top of the Mountain

by Chris Hemer
September 1, 2016

      The 2017 New Horizons Summit successfully integrates traditional design with some very unexpected features Innovation — the truly game-changing stuff — comes once in a blue moon in the RV industry. Most of what we’ve seen in the past decade amounts to product evolution, added... Read more »

One-of-a-Kind Fiver

by Chris Dougherty
July 28, 2016

    With its unique floorplan and five slideouts, Keystone’s front-kitchen Montana 3820FK makes a big impression Montana has a number of different meanings. In Spanish, montaña means mountains. In the United States, it’s the name of our 41st state and is known as Big Sky Country. But... Read more »

Designed for Adventure

by Gary Wescott
June 30, 2016

    Explore the backcountry with the XPCamper V1 truck camper, an all-weather hard-sided pop-up with marine-grade appliances powered by diesel fuel and everything needed for back-roads roughing it in style   When we saw the XPCamper prototype a few years ago — with its unique aerodynamic... Read more »

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