Amped Up in Vermont

April 4, 2017

Dutchmen’s Voltage Epic V3990 combines luxury, practicality and excitement in a fifth-wheel SURV The evening is cool, the sky clear. Occasionally, a frog chirps on the pond, as we listen to the water dribble over the dam a few hundred feet away while sipping a beverage on the rear deck of the... Read more »

Birds of a Feather

April 4, 2017

by Dave G. Houser October 27, 2016   Filed under Destinations   New Mexico’s 57,000-acre Bosque del Apache National Wildlife Refuge is a seasonal home to sandhill craneS and snow geese that take off en masse in the EARLY hours of daylight It is a chilly November morning at New Mexico’s... Read more »

Light Makes Right

April 4, 2017

Photo Credit: Donya Carlson and Scott Hirko by Donya Carlson October 28, 2016   Filed under Top Stories, Trailer Reviews   Travel Lite’s Idea 2.0 i18 has been upgraded for 2017 with dual axles, a full-size refrigerator and new cabinetry While large and extravagant travel trailers... Read more »

Take the Chill Off

April 4, 2017

Take the Chill Off Photo Credit: Chris Dougherty by Chris Dougherty October 28, 2016   Filed under Trailer How To   Whether you camp in your RV year-round or store it for the season, take time to prep it for the cold weather to come Before you know it, old Jack Frost will be getting... Read more »

2017 Tow Vehicle Roundup: No Compromises

by Chris Hemer
December 28, 2016

  That’s the message from manufacturers this year, WITH a wider selection of vehicles to pull your trailer For decades, the defining advantage of a truck or an SUV was its level of capability — the biggest payload, the most horsepower, the highest tow rating. And to some degree, all that is... Read more »

Terrific for 2017

by the RVBusiness staff
December 24, 2016

  As the New RV models roll onto dealers’ lots, look for crowd-pleasing concepts — from vintage-style trailers and tiny toy haulers to luxury fifth-wheels with picture windows and motorhome pedigrees When designers for Keystone RV’s Montana fifth-wheel brand came up with the concept of installing... Read more »

On-the-Road Sun Blocker

by Bruce W. Smith
December 19, 2016

With the risk of skin cancer on the rise, sunburn on the left arm and neck of drivers and the right side of front-seat passengers isn’t a matter to be taken lightly. Xpel Technologies claims its new Prime XR window film blocks 99 percent of the sun’s harmful ultraviolet rays. The film, guaranteed... Read more »

California Camping

by Donya Carlson
December 19, 2016

From mountains to beaches to rocky coastlines and everything in between, California has it all. Throw in numerous recreational opportunities, family entertainment, festivals and food, and you have the makings for a great RV getaway. But where to stay? Camp-California! The Camper’s Guide to California... Read more »

Dutchmen Kodiak

by Donya Carlson
December 19, 2016

  Variety is the spice of life, they say, and Dutchmen has taken that to heart by offering 24 floorplans in its Kodiak travel-trailer line. The 2017 Kodiak comes in three price points — Ultimate, Express and Express Expandable — in variations with no slideouts to up to three of the expandable... Read more »

Savannah’s Southern Charm

by Lisa Ballard
December 16, 2016

  Steeped in history, antebellum beauty and architectural treasures, Georgia’s oldest city begs to be explored on foot and by trolley I had never eaten a mountain of seafood until lunch at The Crab Shack, a casual alfresco lunch spot en route to Tybee Island on the outskirts of Savannah, Georgia.... Read more »

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