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 »

Simply Gorge-ous

by Bobbie Hasselbring
May 1, 2017

  Few places in the world are as spectacular, or as perfect for  an RV trip, as the Pacific Northwest’s Columbia River Gorge Fourteen million years ago, glacial floods carved 4,000-foot basalt cliffs and a deep chasm for the mighty Columbia River. Today, the Columbia Gorge forms the boundary... Read more »

At Home in the Heartland

by Chris Dougherty
April 29, 2017

  The venerable Mallard travel trailer offers family-friendly features at an affordable price The Mallard is a migratory duck that brings to mind images of the outdoors, like beautiful lakes and mountains, plaid flannels and camping. It is in the shadow of those images that the Mallard name has... 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 »

Ready to Roll: RV gear guide

by Chris Dougherty and Kristopher Bunker
March 30, 2017

  Trailer Life’s annual roundup of products designed to enhance your camping and trailering experience Recreational vehicles are our passion. They are a great way to spend time with family and friends, see the country and experience the outdoors while bringing the comforts of home along and... 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 »

Sarasota’s Three-Ring Circus

by Emily Fagan
March 1, 2017

  Miles of soft-sand beaches, a vibrant arts community and a weekly farmer’s market come together along the boardwalks and under the big top on Florida’s Gulf Coast Sarasota is a colorful waterfront paradise halfway down the Gulf Coast of Florida where the beach sand feels like powdered sugar... Read more »

Kit and Caboodle: RV Gadgets & Goodies from SEMA

by Gary Wescott
February 2, 2017

  Perusing the aisles at the Las Vegas trade show, the world’s largest automotive aftermarket-equipment event, reveals an extravaganza of innovative products SEMA!What is it? Back in 1963 a handful of car guys founded the Speed Equipment Manufacturers Association. In 1967 when Noel Carpenter... 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 »

New York’s Watery Playground

by Kenneth W. Dahse
January 6, 2017

The Finger Lakes region embraces nature’s handiwork with thundering waterfalls, deep gorges, miles of pristine shoreline, peaceful woods and rolling hills for hiking and biking. The bucolic countryside is also home to premier golf courses, wineries, microbreweries and a multitude of state parks According... Read more »

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