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Sunday, October 3, 2021
Did you miss yesterday’s edition of the RV Travel Newsletter? If so, it’s here.
New lender in RV loan arena gives new finance options to buyers
There’s a new player in the recreational vehicle loan arena and its entry has the potential to turn traditional RV financing on its ear. Outdoorsy, one of the young-but-established leaders in the RV peer-to-peer rental business, announced a new partnership with Lead Bank to bring new finance options to RV buyers. The new partnership would give all RVers – not just those using Outdoorsy’s rental platform – another quick option other than traditional financing offered by dealers. Learn more.
RV industry leaders meet to explore improving RVers’ experiences
A quiet meeting held two weeks ago outside Denver could lead to significant impacts on your future RVing lifestyle. The RV Industry Association brought together movers and shakers in both the RVing and camping industries to establish a new, ongoing forum designed to “find common ground and synergies to significantly improve the consumer’s camping and RVing experiences,” RVIA said in a news release. Continue reading.
Campground Crowding: Having an RV the size of a house is NOT camping
RV sales have skyrocketed and more people than ever are taking up RVing. The result is campground crowding like never before! In this weekly blog, RV Travel readers discuss their experiences. This week new RVers are discouraged by crowded campgrounds before they can even get started RVing, and veteran RVers are hanging up the keys. However, others are still reporting no problems getting reservations. One reader laments: “How can anyone consider themselves as campers when they are practically carrying a small hotel room behind a super-sized truck that’s getting 10 miles per gallon?” Others discuss “demand pricing” and full payment in advance for reservations. Read all these and more here. And if you have anything to contribute to the discussion, whether to vent or offer tips, there is a form provided for your input.
In today’s review, industry insider Tony Barthel looks at the updates to the 2022 Keystone Cougar 355FBS. Tony writes, “Overall I like this floor plan more than I did last year. But, even more, I like seeing companies that continually improve their offerings….” Read more and see what’s new in this RV.
Yesterday’s review: KZ-RV Connect SE C321BHKSE
Last week’s reviews:
• 2022 Keystone Bullet Crossfire 1900RD travel trailer
• Bruder EXP-6 trailer, a deal at $200,000
• Tiny Honda N-Van Compo camper
• 2022 Sabre 37FLL fifth wheel
• 2022 Jayco Terrain Class B van
Read all other RV reviews by clicking here.
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Ex-RV park owner has no regrets for selling: Stress was too much
The last time Andy Zipser wrote for RVtravel.com, in early June, it was to explain why, after eight years, he and his family had just sold their Virginia RV park. Now, 4 months later, he’s writing to say that he has absolutely no regrets. Why? He explains why. For RVers, it serves as an eye-opener to what could become a much diminished camping experience for them in the future.
That was the RV week that was
September 26 – October 2, 2021
Another record month for RV manufacturers. Despite supply chain woes and parts shortages, the RV manufacturing industry just keeps on cranking out new units. The RV Industry Association is reporting another record month for RV factory shipments in August, with 52,819 going out the door. That’s up 33.8% compared to the 39,489 units produced in August 2020. It’s the second most units ever shipped in a single month, behind only March 2021. “The RV industry has set a new monthly shipment record for ten straight months as RV manufacturers and suppliers work together to meet the sustained demand from RV consumers,” said RV Industry Association President and CEO Craig Kirby. “The substantial interest in Class B motorhomes reflects the younger, first-time buyers who are a big part of the surge in RV sales.”
My kingdom for a litre of gas. You may not be happy about the slowly climbing price of fuel, but at least you aren’t likely to have much trouble finding it. In the United Kingdom, a shortage of tanker truck drivers is forcing the government to consider calling in the military to help deliver fuel to service stations. Many stations were closed last week when they flat ran out of petrol. That, if course, triggered a spat of panic buying at stations that still had gas. The driver shortage was triggered in part by England’s exit from the European Union, which forced many foreign truckers to leave England and return to the Continent. The British government has issued 5,000 temporary work visas to foreign truck drivers in order to get things flowing again.
Keep your eyes open in Texas for very prehistoric-looking Texas horned lizards, one of more than 1,300 species of concern across the state. Last month, a coalition of zoos and wildlife scientists released 204 captive-raised “horned toad” hatchlings into the wild. New evidence this year shows that previously released lizards are now reproducing. Biologists remain optimistic that continued research and restoration work will ultimately lead to self-sustaining wild populations of the cute mini dinosaurs.
More campsites ignite concerns over wildfires. California is considering adding more than 200 new campsites in the Auburn State Recreation Area near Sacramento, and that has area residents very concerned about the threat of additional wildfires. The area currently has 36 campsites, and the new proposal calls for 250. “The impact of more people is more risk of wildfire,” said John Michelini, president of the board of directors of the Foresthill Fire Protection District. The district is opposed to the added campgrounds and says it will put people who live in the community at risk, not only from increased risk of wildfires but by overcrowding evacuation routes.
Illegal vans used for “glamping” in NYC. Last week, New York City authorities put the kibosh on an illegal Airbnb glamping van rental operation on New York City streets. The vans were being advertised on Airbnb for less than $100 a night. “Glamp in a spacious camper Van in NYC!” the New York Post reports the listings read. A NYC traffic enforcement agent noticed the vans had expired New Jersey plates and registrations. Some of the registrations had expired more than two decades ago. An investigation by the NYPD and the local Sheriff’s Office ended with the vehicles being removed from NYC streets.
You can win a travel trailer and help kids with cancer. Rollin’ On TV is raffling off a Super NO BO 2 travel trailer – and the real winners are going to be children fighting for their health. The customized trailer is currently at the RV/MH Hall of Fame in Elkhart, Indiana. Special features include solar power, air conditioning, and a water filtration system. It also comes with a two-man kayak. Raffle tickets are $20, and the proceeds will go to benefit Care Camps, which stages camps for children with cancer. “These kids with cancer can enjoy the outdoors with other kids that have similar illnesses,” said Darryl Searer, president of the RV/MH Hall of Fame. “And forget about their illnesses and enjoy the outdoors, it’s worth every penny.” Tickets can be purchased by clicking here. Ticket sales end October 25th, with a winner chosen October 29th.
It’s all profit for world’s largest RV manufacturer. THOR Industries Inc. is still riding the huge wave of interest in RVing. The world’s largest manufacturer of RVs reported $230.2 million in fiscal fourth-quarter profits. THOR posted total revenues of $3.59 billion for the quarter, far surpassing the estimates of Wall Street experts. For the year, THOR Industries has gathered total profits of $659.9 million on revenues of $12.32 billion.
That’s a lot of no parking signs. The city of Mountain View, California, has spent $1 million to install “No Oversized Parking” signs along city streets. The signs are intended to quell the flood of “rolling homeless” folks living in RVs on the city’s streets. A count made in July 2020 found 191 RVs along the streets, and another 68 parked in a city-run lot. Mountain View voters passed a ballot measure in November 2020 to ban the street parking, but the American Civil Liberties Union Foundation of Northern California and the Law Foundation of Silicon Valley filed a class action suit against the city, arguing the ban was discriminatory and unconstitutional.
BLM campground near Grand Junction, CO, now taking reservations. The North Fruita Desert Campground will be accepting reservations for overnight camping beginning October 4. Over the past few years, staff has seen the campground exceed capacity on a regular basis. Especially with a recent addition of an event area built in the lower campground area, the request for campsites has increased exponentially. The BLM will begin implementing this online reservation system to help manage the increased popularity and use of the area, and also to ensure that visitors have a campsite prior to arrival.
Yet another e-truck planned. Four years ago, a firm called Atlis announced it was going to build an electric pickup truck. Last week, it showed off its prototype vehicle, called the XT. Atlis is promising the truck will have a 500-mile range, and be able to recharge in just 15 minutes using a 1.5 megawatt charge port. The company is also claiming the pickup will haul up to 20,000 pounds with a traditional hitch, or up to 35,000 pounds in a fifth wheel setup. They also say the truck can handle payloads of up to 5,000 pounds.
An Iowa couple decided to start their own small-scale RV rental business. Their business is called Away In An Airstream and is also available on the Outdoorsy peer-to-peer rental service for about $250 a night. They are renting their small Airstream Bambi. The North Liberty, Iowa, couple will deliver the trailer anywhere within 40 miles of their home. Renters can also come and tow it away themselves. So far, the rig has visited Vermont, the South Dakota Badlands, as well as Yellowstone and Glacier National Parks.
It’s only a matter of time before you’ll knead this. In recent years, as campgrounds have tried to find efficient ways to provide food service to campers not interested in cooking over a fire, pizza has emerged as an easy, fast, and viable option for park owners. Well, there’s a new player on the horizon, and you won’t see this one tossing dough into the air. There’s a new company called “Piestro” that has automated the pizza-making process into a vending machine. Yep, you read that right. It’s a robotic pizzeria that will make artisanal pies at a fraction of the cost of your traditional pizza place. The entire concept is still in the build-out stage, but this robot apparently works just great. Piestro has already received $580 million in commercial pre-orders, so it’s likely only a matter of time before one of these shows up at an RV park near you.
What’s in a name? Dollar Tree might be in the market for a new moniker. The 35-year-old retailer of all things $1 or less announced last week that it would be expanding its store offerings to include more items in the $1.25 to $1.50 range. Up until now, Dollar Tree had been sure to shelve any higher priced items in their stores in their “Dollar Tree Plus” section, but last week’s announcement means you can’t count on just $1 items throughout the store anymore. The move is being blamed on higher product costs and, yes, even the supply chain woes. They are the last to break the $1-only barrier, following others like Five Below, Dollar General and Family Dollar (which is owned by Dollar Tree).
It’s time for the Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta! If you find yourself rolling around the Southwest this week, you might want to take in the Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta. This is the “big one” for balloon aficionados. The Fiesta is back bigger than ever for 2021 and runs for nine days, from Oct. 2 to Oct. 10. The number and types of special events scheduled during the event just keep growing. There are balloon “rodeos,” twilight glows, and Mass Ascensions that just have to be seen to be believed. Read more.
Waterloo, IA, park plans also opposed by neighbors. A plan to annex 73 acres of Black Hawk County land into the city of Waterloo, Iowa, is being recommended for denial by the local zoning board. The plans call for 179 full-hookup RV sites, 200 water and electric sites and 230 tent sites at the proposed park. The general manager of the existing Lost Island Waterpark KOA Resort said a new park isn’t needed, since he hasn’t been able to fill his park despite offering discounted tickets to the local Lost Island Waterpark. “This would split the available demand further,” said park manager Matt Abben. A petition against the planned park has garnered 254 signatures from neighbors.
Coshocton KOA Holiday adds fall festival to corn maze. The popular McPeek’s Mighty Maze at the Coshocton KOA Holiday in Ohio is adding a Fall Festival to the activities at the park. The event still features the five-acre corn maze, along with live music, craft vendors and family entertainers. The festival goes from noon to 7 p.m. on Oct. 2, 3, 9 & 10. The latest allowed entry will be 5:30 p.m. General admission is $8 in advance or $14 at the gate. For more info, click here.
The end of September usually isn’t prime time for RV sales in Canada. RV dealers in Victoria, British Columbia, are reporting record sales for September that are emptying out RV lots throughout the province. “They want to do something, they want to get out there, so they are traveling and they’re going to do it in an RV,” says Silvia Thistle-Miller, the owner of Triangle RV Centre. “They aren’t traveling to Disneyland or going places like that so they’re going to go camping and take their kids in a bunk-model trailer.” RV parks are also reporting that open-all-year campgrounds in British Columbia are booked solid throughout the winter months.
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We’ve also heard …
Supply chain is upside down Down Under, too. Just in case you think RV parks and manufacturing supply chain issues are unique to the U.S., here’s a story about the very similar problems currently plaguing the “caravan” industry Down Under. Click here for this Australian update.
Maryland governor creates Office of Outdoor Recreation. Maryland Governor Larry Hogan joined several other governors in the U.S. in creating a new Office of Outdoor Recreation to help guide development in the state. Newly hired J. Daryl Anthony will serve as the department’s first executive director.
Hey, Dude. Here’s a VW van for ya. For those of us who have been “into” building scale models since we were tykes, LEGO has created a new set of bricks that allows you to build a desk-size version of a classic Volkswagen T2 camper van. It comes with 2,207 pieces and measures more than 13.5 inches long.
Black bear loses to car in Glacier NP. A healthy black bear was struck by a car along the popular Going-to-the-Sun Road in Glacier National Park recently. The bear’s injuries were judged to be unsurvivable, and the bear was destroyed by park rangers.
They don’t mess around in England. A drunk driver who flipped his motorhome along the M60 Highway near Manchester, England, has been banned from driving for 28 months and ordered to do 150 hours of community service.
Candle ignites RV in Utah Walmart parking lot. An RV fire in a Walmart parking lot in Sandy, Utah, left a local man severely burned and two of his pet cats dead. Fire crews found the RV fully engulfed in flames when they arrived at the Walmart lot. The victim told firefighters that he was working on some mechanical issues on the rig and using a candle as a light source. The candle was the apparent cause of the blaze.
Behind the scenes at the Addams Family video shoot. Last week, we told you about a cute promotional video produced by Go RVing that promotes the upcoming “Addams Family 2” movie. The video shows actual campers reenacting the classic Addams Family theme song. One of the participants in the video also did a “behind-the-scenes” video of his own that shows what went into the production. It’s pretty interesting. Click here to give it a look.
Traveling light, and solo, safely. Nicole Jordan has been traveling on her own for the past two years, sleeping and living out of her Subaru Forester. She’s got some expert advice for things single travelers can do to keep themselves safe. Click here to read what she has to say.
Ways to travel green. If you’re looking for ways to lower your carbon footprint while you RV, a website called EcoWatch.com has some tips. Give them a look by clicking here.
RV parked in residential area goes up in flames. Firefighters weren’t able to save a large fifth wheel RV that became engulfed in flames last week while parked near a home in Gerber, California. They were able to prevent the fire from spreading to adjacent buildings, but the RV was a total loss.
Update: John Burg was found Saturday afternoon and taken to a hospital for evaluation.
John Fiske Burg, 79, has been missing since Wednesday in Zion National Park. He told other hikers he planned to hike the Canyon Overlook Trail. He’s 5 feet 9 inches, 220 pounds, with brown eyes and brown hair. He was last seen wearing a light yellow shirt, shorts, a white visor hat with a neck guard, black and red Salomon hiking shoes, and he was carrying a dark backpack with a two-way radio hanging from the left shoulder strap. Have info? Call 1-888-653-0009 or submit a tip at go.nps.gov/SubmitATip.
Neighbors fighting new RV park in Utah. Several homeowners living near a proposed new RV park in Smithfield, Utah, say they don’t want the campground in their neighborhood. They raised concerns about safety and increased traffic last week. The plans call for an 80-site RV park. The park proposal goes before the Cache County Planning Commission this week.
Woman escapes uninjured after RV fire on highway. An RV burst into flames along Highway 178 near Bakersfield, CA, last week just after the owner had stopped for fuel. She was able to pull the RV to the side of the road and get out before a series of small explosions demolished the rig.
Stolen RV gets wrecked in police pursuit. A North Carolina man is in jail after stealing an RV from an RV rental lot and leading police on a chase down I-75 near Forsyth, GA. The owner of the RV was able to track the rig using a GPS locator. Police took up the chase and used a PIT maneuver to force the rig off the road. The RV overturned near a rest area.
Indiana Dunes beaches back in business. The National Park Service has reopened the waters of all beaches at Indiana Dunes National Park. The National Park Service had closed the park’s water after an unknown, rusty-colored discharge was seen coming from the U.S. Steel plant in Portage, Indiana, on Sept. 26.
Mice blamed for RV park fire. Mice chewing on the wiring for the refrigerator are being blamed for a Sept. 22 fire in Olney, Texas, that destroyed an RV at the Over Yonder RV Park. Quick action by the Olney Volunteer Fire Department was credited to limiting the fire to a single unit.
Plans scrapped for new RV park near Tucson. Plans for a proposed 200-site RV park in the Picture Rocks area near Tucson have been canceled. The developer decided to pull the plug after a high level of outrage from the local rural community. A sign posted in front of the proposed site after its cancellation reads “Hallelujah.”
HAVE YOU SEEN THESE STOLEN RVs?
A couple of creeps (OK, a couple of men) stole this 2018 nüCamp T@B 320 from behind a dance studio in Sandy, Oregon, sometime early on September 20. The rig is white with silver trim. Owner Laurie Smith is heartbroken, not only at the loss of the trailer, but she was using it to relocate, and so it was filled with personal items along with plenty of memories. The VIN code is visible on the outside of the unit, and the last 7 digits of the VIN are S002422. When she last saw the trailer, there was a Gerzeny’s RV World, Lakeland, Florida, sticker on the rear of the rig. Know something? Call her at 813-601-9277.
Somebody with a short-bed, four-door pickup with mag wheels “light fingered” this brand-new Keystone Hideout 29DFSWE model travel trailer in Medford, Oregon. This one was taken from the Blue Dog RV dealership lot sometime between 7:30 p.m. September 25, and 9:00 a.m. September 26. This rig is a bunk-house unit with a single slideout on the street-side. Seen it? Call the Medford Police at (541) 774-2250 and refer to Case Number 21-15441.
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Campground and RV Park News
Developments in places where we stay across the USA
Janet Groene reports each week on developments at RV parks and campgrounds across the USA and Canada. There’s a lot of good information here that you can use to plan your travels. Read the current installment of “Campground and RV Park News” here.
RV recalls posted since our last newsletter
Did you miss yesterday’s RV Travel?
If so, stories you missed:
• Cover story: 20 years … and counting! (for RVtravel.com)
• Our new Consumer Support column starts off with a bang
• Letters to the editor: Good journalism is geared to the readers, not influencers
• Why it’s so important to take a certified expert along for your next RV purchase
• RVelectricity: Dangerous, even deadly, RV hot-skin causes: Part 1
• RVs 10 years or older are being turned away from campgrounds. Should this be allowed?
• New WiFi technology improves her RV travels
• FreeCampgrounds.com is returning
• Pinterest may be your gateway to building your own RV (or fixing the one you have)
• Ask Dave: Quality debate: How can one “maintain” a product that was poorly made to begin with?
• How to store a lithium battery for the winter
• We just crossed into Mexico in our RV – and it was easy!
• Product review: Rad Power Bikes RadMini Step-Thru 2 – a folding e-bike RVers will love
• RV Tire Safety: What “size” are your tires? Part 2 – “ST” and “LT”
… and much more
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Latest fuel prices
Here are the latest U.S. average prices per gallon of gasoline and diesel fuel as of September 27, 2021:
Regular unleaded gasoline: $3.18 [Calif.: $4.22]
Change from week before: Down 1 cent; Change from year before: Up $1.01.
Diesel: $3.41 [Calif.: $4.34]
Change from week before: Up 2 cents; Change from year before: Up $1.01.
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Upcoming RV shows
• Fall Detroit RV & Camping Show (CANCELED)
September 29 – October 3, Novi, MI
• Ohio RV SuperShow (Now Outdoor Fall RV Fest) (still on as of September 23)
October 7-10, Medina, OH
• Salem Fall RV Show (POSTPONED. Spring show in February 2022)
October 7-10, Salem, OR
• Tacoma Fall RV Show (POSTPONED to January 20-23)
October 7-10, Tacoma, WA
• Myrtle Beach RV Show (still on as of September 23)
October 8-10, Myrtle Beach, SC
• Toronto Fall RV Show and Sale (CANCELED)
October 15- 17, Toronto, Ontario
• Great American RV Show – Conyers (CANCELED)
November 19 – 21, Conyers, GA
Recipe of the Day
Having a warm soup in the fall is a delicious lunch or dinner. This roasted butternut squash soup recipe is hearty and savory. All the spices blend well together and give the recipe a kick of flavor. Roasted red peppers add a hint of sweetness to the soup. It is a labor of love, but so worth it.
It’s soup season and this sounds delicious! Get the recipe.
Did you miss yesterday’s recipe, Cran-Apple BBQ Pulled Turkey Sandwich? Get it here.
The Perfect Scam Podcast
Every Sunday we present a podcast from AARP about scams and how crooks are stealing your money, often via telemarketing. Their efforts are often most successful with people 65 years and older who fall victim to the scammers’ sophisticated techniques. Here is this week’s episode.
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