With winter 2 weeks away most campers are too busy shoveling snow and huddling around heaters to worry about the best places to go camping in the winter but that should not be the case… Winter is a great time to take the RV out of storage and out to a campground. 1. Southern California…

Travel trailers are the most widely sold RVs on the market. They are an affordable option with wide varieties of sizes, appointments and floor-plans available. When shopping for a travel trailer it can be overwhelming comparing the various models and options available. This video provides you with excellent tipsĀ  for buying a travel trailer. The…

Class B RVs are hot right now. Built on a Mercedes or Dodge chassis these RVs have a small footprint, they look vans, but pack a luxurious living space in the back. When shopping for a Class B it can be hard to distinguish between flash and features. What should you consider as important and…

Toy Haulers when originally created brought an entirely new generation to RV camping. By allowing campers to easily bring along toys including motorcycles and dune buggies the RV found its way into back country roads, sand dunes and locations that were classically used by tent campers. When shopping for a toy hauler what things should…

Pop ups, small campers and truck campers are prized for the small foot print. their compact size makes them easier to store, easier to pull and get to your camping spots. They lack space but make up for it with convenience and price. Truck campers although small do have their own considerations to add to…

Fifth wheels provide a lot of bang for the buck. Excellent for longer trips with plenty of storage space available, a stable towing experience and the ability to carry more weight inside they are popular with campers who travel more often. When shopping for fifth wheels it can be confusing which features and designs justify…

Class C RVs are some of the most recognized and widely owned RVs on the road. They come in various sizes, styles and floor-plans with price points below comparable Class A units. Like Class A RVs though when shopping for and buying a Class C you will be presented with a host of options that…

Shopping for and buying a Class A RV can be a confusing and overwhelming process. The amount of variables you are presented with including colors, sizes, interior appointments, wheel size and number of wheels, storage space, tiles versus linoleum etc etc all combined to confuse the factors that really count. What should you look for…