Mammoth Truck Camper

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August 7, 2013

  Bend, Oregon-based Host Industries knows luxury. After all, the company is owned by Dave Hogue and Mark Storch, who are the sons of Beaver Motorcoaches’ founders. Host recently introduced a luxury 11-foot 6-inch truck camper with high-end amenities and a triple-slide floorplan. According to... Read more »

Keep Bugs Out of Your RV!

Tom Kaiser, Managing Editor
June 7, 2012

Nobody likes being bugged by insects, especially on vacation, but the nature of RVs and outdoor camping means that your vehicle attracts bugs from the first hatch of spring to the first frost of fall. A few simple tricks and handy products can turn your vehicle into a relatively bug-free zone and prevent Whether... Read more »

5 Tips for Your Next Cross-Country Adventure

Tom Kaiser, Managing Editor
April 12, 2012

Travel anxiety is characterized by shortness of breath, irritability, nervousness and unexplained dread. What if I forgot my swim trunks? Are we going to be late? Do you think we’ll need [insert obviously unnecessary object] along the way? Given how much time, effort and treasure put into your vacation... Read more »

Tents for Troops Aims for Free Military Camping

April 3, 2012

Tents for Troops has created a petition on the White House’s “We the People” site asking President Obama to issue an executive order compelling parks/recreation areas on all federal lands to allow free camping for active military and active reserves. Visit www.tentsfortroops.com for more information,... Read more »

Prime Time Introduces Avenger Travel Trailer

Prime Time Avenger Travel Trailer

October 3, 2011

Prime Time Manufacturing has expanded its product offering with the introduction of the all new Avenger travel trailer. Avenger is the fifth brand to be introduced by Prime Time Manufacturing, a rapidly growing division of Forest River, Inc.  Jeff Rank, president for the Wakarusa, IN based manufacturer... Read more »

2012 Sunset Creek 298 BH Travel Trailer

2012 Sunset Creek 298 BH Travel Trailer

June 22, 2011

The SunnyBrook Sunset Creek travel trailer line is redesigned for 2012 with built-in comfort features and a higher-end look. Quality construction is highlighted by AX5 aluminum framing, heated and enclosed tanks, and Fome Cor® insulation. A 13.5M BPU ducted air conditioner comes standard, along with... Read more »

Exploring New Territory

June 10, 2011

With SUVs continuing to play a significant role in today’s automotive market, there is a corresponding desire among many RV enthusiasts for lighter-weight trailers to tow behind them. Not all SUVs are capable of or set up to haul anything, let alone a 4,000- to 5,000-pound trailer. However, Ford’s... Read more »

Lighter-Weight Fifth-Wheels

CrossRoads RV Cruiser CF 335SS

June 2, 2011

Now that you’ve decided to buy a trailer, the real fun begins: Do you opt for a travel trailer or a fifth-wheel? In the past, your tow vehicle often made quick work of that dilemma — larger, full-size truck owners could choose between the two trailer types, while owners of lesser-rated trucks were... Read more »

2011 Galileo RS29

May 1, 2011

The Galileo family of travel trailers has announced the debut of the Galileo RS29, available for May 2011 delivery. The longer models continue the distinct Galileo style and functionality with superb towability and aerodynamics. Similar to the RS21D model, the two new floorplans add an extra 8 feet of... Read more »

2011 Land Rover LR4

January 3, 2011

In 2010, Land Rover’s mainstream model received an upgraded interior, a new engine and other improvements and was renamed LR4. Now for 2011 it has been further upgraded with Hill Start Assist, Gradient Acceleration Control and an improved Terrain Response system plus several new standard features... Read more »

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