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NEWS & ANNOUNCEMENTS

  • Classic Ride: 1998 Winnebago Rialta Tuesday, September 27, 2016

    Bigger isn’t always better. You know this if you have ever tried to maneuver a large motorhome through the narrow streets of Key West, Florida, while free-range chickens are crossing the road in front of you.

  • Find Your Adventure: On The Rocks Monday, September 12, 2016

    The September issue of our ‘Find Your Adventure‘ series in MotorHome magazine focuses on the adventures to be had in Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks. But as long as you’re in the area, you really owe it to yourself to check out Yosemite National Park.
    Located just four hours to the north of Sequoia and Kings Canyon, Yosemite is rightly famous for being one of the most beautiful valleys you’ll ever lay eyes on.

  • It's Apple Time! Wednesday, August 31, 2016

    In September and October — the peak months for apple season in North America — communities all over the nation celebrate the apple, one of the most delicious and ubiquitous fruits. Originally from Central Asia, archaeologists have found evidence of humans eating this member of the rose family as early as 6500 B.C.

  • Camp Like a Star! Tuesday, August 09, 2016

    There’s a certain community that flourishes within the grill smoke of a campground. Kids shout as they toss footballs among the trees. Old friends reconnect under starry skies. Spend even one night at the 24 campgrounds we’ve identified as the Midwest’s best, and you start to see the appeal. Keeping in mind the popularity of RVs, we researched hundreds of RV campgrounds in the region, visited dozens and interviewed avid campers in all 12 states.

  • Go RVing - RV Parks & Campgrounds Monday, August 08, 2016

    Today’s RV parks and resorts are often referred to as “the last small towns in America.” The friendliness of RVers, the sense of community with fellow RVers and the wealth of amenities that many parks provide offer RV travelers a feeling of a hometown on the road.