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RV Travel Newsletter Issue 854

Learn about RV camping, RV travel, RV news and much more. This newsletter, now in its 17th year of continuous publication, is funded primarily...

RV News for July 7–13, 2018

     Return to RV Travel Issue 854. Towable manufacturers continue to make forward sales progress. According to Statistical Surveys, Inc., January through May sales (based on...

Why is there a hole in the Farmers’ Almanac?

Have you ever noticed that there's a hole in every copy of the Farmers' Almanac? You can see it here in the top left...

What we learned about you last week (July 7-12)

By Emily Woodbury ZZZZZT. ZZZZZZZT. OK, we shouldn't joke (at all), but for the 58 percent of you who say you never unplug your RV...

Are you affected by altitude sickness?

Do you feel a little lightheaded or even sick as you drive up a high mountain pass? Symptoms tend to occur within hours after arrival...

RV History: Thor Industries

RV History with Al HesselbartThor Industries, the world's largest RV manufacturer, was created by Wade F.B. Thompson, a wealthy immigrant from New Zealand, and Peter...

Rhino Heavy-Duty Portable RV Tote Tank is odor- and leak-free

The Camco 39000 Rhino Heavy-Duty 15-Gallon Portable Waste Holding Tank is constructed of extremely durable blow-molded, UV-stabilized HDPE that won't leak or deteriorate in...

Which heater is best: Forced air, ceramic or catalytic?

By Greg Illes We were up on the North Rim of the Grand Canyon, boondocking out in the Kaibab Forest at around 8,500 feet elevation....

Street RV parking a problem in Seattle, even with a permit

If you are a construction worker staying at the job site in Seattle, you may want to think twice. Reuben Campbell, a construction superintendent on...

Ninety-space casino RV park to open in Tucson

Work officially got underway Thursday on Casino Del Sol’s newest hotel in Tucson, Arizona.The 151-room hotel, expected to be completed by the end of...

Visit one of the only RV museums in America in Amarillo

AMARILLO — When Jack Sisemore opened a Chevron station in 1963 and later added motorhome rentals followed by an RV dealership, little did he...

Spend the night at vineyards and farms across America

A Harvest Hosts membership costs $49 per year and allows guests access to any of more than 620 campsites scattered about America for one...