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Sunday, June 14, 2020
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Will the Pandemic ruin our RVing future?

RVtravel.com editor Chuck Woodbury wonders if the present Pandemic could ultimately spoil much of the freedom of RVing for many of us. It may not be something you have thought about, and he wouldn’t have either, even a couple of months ago. But something has happened (hint: RV sales) that may mean a significant change in how we RV in the future. Read what he says.

RV workers worry about safety in manufacturing plants

Since Indiana began to reopen, a lot of focus is on the surge in COVID-19 cases in Elkhart.​​ Elkhart has also been the source of complaints from those working in the RV industry recently who feel unsafe in their workplace. Just this past week, industry leaders said they may need to shut their plants again.​​ Learn more.

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That was the RV week that was

June 7–13, 2020

National parks continue to pump plenty of money into the U.S. economy, according to the annual Interior Department report on the subject. In 2019 local communities got a $41.7 billion benefit, supporting 340,500 jobs. Visitor spending was up by $800 million from 2018, and the country’s overall benefit was a $1.6 billion boost. Arizona’s Grand Canyon National Park was cited as an example, wherein six million visitors pumped $890 million into the economy, supporting nearly 12,000 jobs. Despite the hoopla, the nation’s parks continue to run in huge maintenance deficits.

Credit: Gold Rush Campground via cbc.com

A principal RV landmark in the Yukon’s Dawson City looks to be headed for a major change. The Gold Rush Campground, an 82-site RV park in downtown Dawson City, has been handed an eviction notice from city fathers. The present owners have operated the popular stop for 20-some years and aren’t too keen to have to relocate. But the city says it needs the property that it leases to the RV park for a recreation center – the current one is on unstable ground and could collapse. In two years, the RV park must be gone, says the lease. Meanwhile, the city says it’ll need to test the ground underneath Gold Rush to make sure it doesn’t have the same permafrost issues that threaten the existing recreation center. If those issues are there, the city could relent on the eviction – or they just might turn the park into residential lots. Regardless, the Gold Rush owners aren’t in a hurry to look for new land.

Creede, Colorado’s city trustees are facing a weighty decision: Should they turn the city’s free RV dump station into a pay-to-play proposition? The city manager trotted out the idea, suggesting that if the city leased equipment that locked down the dump to all but those who paid, it would only need 240 users per year at $10 a pop … er … dump, to break even. But there’s the small matter of a “lack of historical data” as to how many folks use the dump station in a year. Adding to this, the notion that paying for a dump station could lead to illegal dumping on nearby land didn’t set well with all board members, but in the end they agreed to give the matter more thought.

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A fifth-wheel has exploded at a remote campground in Alberta, leaving six family members with serious, but not life-threatening injuries. Last Monday rescue crews scrambled to Marten River Campground, 180 miles north of Edmonton. At first the family was sent to a local hospital, but they have since been sent for more specialized care in Edmonton. The family consists of two adults and four children, ages six to 41. Investigators said the family had a small, “single use” LP cylinder inside the rig which leaked and exploded. This sad case reinforces the call for all RVers to ensure their LP detectors are truly operational.



High-end motorcoach builder Marathon says coronavirus hasn’t hurt them. The Coburg, Oregon, firm says they didn’t shut down during the pandemic, and says they’re busy, but behind on deliveries. The company anticipates a 30 percent sales increase this year, and to that end says it will hire production workers, and will need service techs at their three service facilities around the country.

“If only pigs had wings” is an expression that gets a new twist from Alexey Isaykin. Isaykin owns the Volga-Dnepr Group – an air cargo transport firm that says a certain virus has had a silver lining. When African swine fever leveled China’s hog herds, one of Isaykin’s Boeing 747s was pressed into service, flying 3,000 breeding pigs from France to China. The swine didn’t get wider seats or more legroom – just wooden crates.

Opponents to a 1,700 acre “glamping” proposal near Utah’s Zion National Park have upped the stakes by obtaining more than 9,000 signatures on a petition against the project. The property would have four separate glamping units comprised of teepees, tents, yurts, wagons, trailers, tree houses, tiny homes, shipping containers, cabins and lodges. Locals say development of the property is inevitable, but say this plan is simply incompatible with Kolob Mountain – the area where developers would build. A May 12 hearing on the project before county commissioners had to be tabled when the Zoom meeting set up for the public crashed when hundreds attempted to tie in.

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Fire didn’t take long to wipe out six RVs, three boats, a pickup truck, and an ATV in rural South Dakota last Tuesday. Initial reports on the internet suggested the fire occurred at Lake Poinsett Estates Campground, but owners were quick to dispel that information. The fire broke out at a small campground near 196th Street and Highway 81, close to where three county lines meet: Hamlin, Brookings and Kingsbury. In the end, the hot and fast-traveling fire required firefighters from six different agencies. No cause has been determined, and no injuries were apparent.

Visiting Nevada? Commencing June 29 and running through July 2, Great Basin National Park will close the Wheeler Peak Scenic Drive from Upper Lehman Creek Campground to the Wheeler Peak Day Use parking area. The closure will allow heavy equipment to access Wheeler Peak Campground for restoration work, which is presently closed for the season.

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Imagine a family, never having had an RV experience, rents a Class A unit and heads out for a multi-state RV tour. Now imagine doing that same trip while most of the country is locked down under coronavirus restrictions. Now imagine doing the trip days before the death of George Floyd triggered protests across the nation – and add to all of it – you are a black family. You don’t need to imagine it, you can read about it in the words of Janine Rubenstein, a journalist and six-month-pregnant expecting mother. Rubenstein, her husband, brother, mother, and young son hit the pavement in their motorhome driving from Jersey to California. It’s an interesting story, filled with those “first RV trip” reactions that you get from everyone. Of course, an unexpected run-in with police for “loitering” and being scrutinized by a guy whose car flies a Confederate flag and just won’t seem to go away, add more dimensions to the tale. Find it here.

The sign marking the entry to Sterlington, Louisiana, bears the slogan, “Faith, Family, Friends,” but things weren’t exactly friendly at last Tuesday’s town council meeting. Council members wanted to know just why Mayor Caesar Velasquez had allowed development of an RV park on town-owned land – land that the developer’s didn’t own. Both the mayor and the town attorney were quick to assure council members that “the work had been stopped prior to the Town Council’s” meeting that night, says a report published by the Oachita Citizen, a local media outlet. The questions started early with one councilor proclaiming, “Maybe Caesar can tell us why there’s somebody building on the river property.” The mayor denied there was new construction, and said the work being done was simply repairing sewer risers, although a reporter later pointed out to His Honor that a new road appeared to be constructed on the town property. “It’s a dirt road that was already there,” Velasquez said. “They just put new dirt on it.” At the meeting he described the work done on the site as “Piddly crap.” Piddly, perhaps, but enough to upset his fellow politicians concerned about town liability.

Did you see the Facebook post about the Tiffin Phaeton giveaway? All you had to do was to share and comment on the post to be entered into the contest for a free Tiffin Phaeton 40IH diesel pusher. The post is signed “Tiffin” so it’s gotta be legit, right? Well, Tiffin Motorhomes felt compelled to run a post of their own – they’re not in any way associated with this come-on, which some are suggesting is a hoax. It’s not the first expensive goody giveaway appearing on the internet, and what’s likely happening is the Facebook poster is harvesting your data to later sell off as a collection. If it’s “too good to be true” …

The RV Industry Association (RVIA) is pleased with the results of a recent survey of Americans concerning recreational vehicles. The survey indicates 46 million Americans will travel by RV in the next 12 months. The highest interest in RV traveling comes from the 18- to 34-year-old age bracket. Some 20 percent of respondents linked interest in RVing to a response to COVID-19, and placed it over all other travel options including the use of a car and a tent. Also found – 11 percent of respondents said they’re planning to buy an RV, while 13 percent said they’ll rent one.

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A South Carolina RVer has picked up bragging rights with a big fish story. Paula Edwards spent about 20 minutes tugging and reeling on a fishing line – and in the end, pulled in a big catfish. Fifty pounds worth of Arkansas Blue Catfish to be precise. And just how do you land a 50-pound catfish? Simple, says Paula Edwards, “let him take line until he wore himself out.” While Paula and her husband spend a lot of time with their fifth wheel where she caught the big one, Harry’s Fish Camp in Pineville, Arkansas, the catfish now calls Paula’s freezer home.

If you were born before 1980, here’s another reason to start feeling old. RV industry promo group GoRVing has pushed off its latest campaign. Don’t expect to see advertisements showing folks with grandchildren burning marshmallows and weenies outside of a big Class A motorhome. Instead the latest shove to buy RVs is aimed at Millennials, with (as the advertising group that developed the campaign says) “humor and bright images. One image of a redwood forest tree with googly eyes is adorned with the message ‘don’t push.’” The group’s head writer says of Millennials, “When they close their eyes and picture an RV, it is always a very large, very expensive, and typically very beige, motor home. And when they think about who is behind the wheel, it is invariably a retired couple.” If you aren’t a Millennial, it’s like the umpire says, “You’re out of there!”

The north end of British Columbia’s Vancouver Island has become too attractive, says a recreation officer charged with keeping tabs on 23,000 square miles of recreation lands. The beauty and remoteness attracts RVers, some of whom are taking unfair advantage. Graham Cameron, one of two officers assigned to the “North Island” beat, tells campbellrivermirror.com, “People will go out on Tuesday before a long weekend and leave their trailer there. Then others come to camp during the week and find every site full, but no one’s around.” If that weren’t bad enough, some park RVs on a given spot for the entire summer, coming and going as they please. To combat the problem officials have changed some previously free areas to “pay to play” status. They’ve also set up a toll-free hotline to report squatting RVers.



RV Crime News

Ever dream about making a killing when you buy an RV at an auction? Here’s a twist: Bellingham, Washington, police are now in the middle of an investigation after a motorhome sold at an area auction revealed a body inside. Police took the case June 9, and all the medical examiner is saying is that the body was a woman. We’ll update you when more details become available.

A couple’s spat turned ugly and hot for an RVer near Concord, California. Police say Jade McCoy (27), a transient from the area, got into an argument with her boyfriend who’d parked the rig under a Highway 4 overpass. After the fight, she allegedly set the rig on fire and headed out, only to be scooped up by police 45 minutes later. She’s being held on $250,000 bail, and authorities say they’re looking into other area fires that she might be connected to.


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Pickup truck news

According to our recent survey, about 80 percent of RVtravel.com readers own at least one pickup truck. Recognizing that, we’ll provide the latest news highlights about the vehicles here each week.

Big recall on Ford F-150 pickup trucks. Brake fluid could leak

Nearly 30,000 used Ford F-150 pickup trucks are being recall for braking issues.Even the country’s perennially best-selling vehicle sometimes has problems. In this instance, it’s Ford F-150 pickup trucks. About 350,000 Ford F-150 trucks in North America, including 292,311 vehicles in the United States, are being recalled for a faulty brake master cylinder, Ford announced. Learn more.

Ford expands F-150, SUV, sedan recall to 2.15 million

Ford has increased its latest recall to 2.15 million vehicles in North America, including a second problem with the Ford F-150 pickup truck, the best-selling vehicle in the United States. Besides its recall earlier this week affecting nearly 350,000 F-150 models for potentially faulty brakes, more of the legendary pickup trucks and several other automotive stablemates now have problematic door latches. Read more.

VW and Ford meet head-on as vans, pickup trucks, EVs thrive

As small city vans, large cargo vans and pickup trucks continue to attract more buyers, manufacturers will further collaborate to meet the demand and stimulate business. The most recent meet-up is Ford and Volkswagen. The two longstanding manufacturers announced their global alliance last year. But Ford and VW have now released details on the partnership’s vehicles on the horizon. Learn more.

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Reader poll

How many miles do you believe you will put on your RV this summer compared to last summer? Respond here.


Brain Teaser

I am a man without bones, without blood, without life. My flesh is white, cold and shrinking. What am I?
(Answer below.)


Keep mice out of your RV
RV Travel Newsletter Issue 899The positive reviews on this product from Earthkind make it the best bet for keeping your RV mouse-free. It’s the only plant-based rodent repellent registered for inside use by the EPA. It effectively repels rodents up to 90 days with a “woodsy” scent that’s pleasant to humans but offensive to rodents. It’s safe around kids and pets, too. 98% biodegradable. Learn more or order.


News briefs

Yosemite to increase visitor access
In accordance with guidance from the White House, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), state and local public health authorities, Yosemite National Park will continue to incrementally increase recreational access. Beginning June 11, the park opened all the primary attractions to some extent and visitors will be able to enter Yosemite in many ways. Read more.

FMCA announces plans for another Tucson rally
The Family Motor Coach Association has announced it will attempt another international rally at the Pima County Fairgrounds in Tucson, Ariz., March 23-26, 2022. The association was just a couple weeks away from staging its March 2020 event there when prohibitions on mass gatherings prompted by the COVID-19 pandemic forced its cancellation. Citing financial hardship, the group did not refund advance rally fees to the thousand or so members who had prepaid for the rally, issuing vouchers instead for a future event. FMCA’s next scheduled rally is March 10-13, 2021, in Perry, Georgia.

Wolf sightings increasing in Colorado with warm weather
With warmer weather and decreasing restrictions, more people are recreating in the outdoors, and Colorado Parks and Wildlife (CPW) is seeing an increase in the number of potential sightings of wolves in the state. Learn more.

KOA delays opening of new “glamping” resort
The COVID-19 crisis has forced Kampgrounds of America, Inc. (KOA) to delay the opening of Terramor Outdoor Resort, a “glamping” resort the company is currently building in Bar Harbor, Maine. RVs are not welcome at the park that features 64 luxury tent rentals. According to Woodall’s Campground Management, the opening date change from June to July is because of state travel restrictions and delays in getting tent furnishings.

New York State Parks now taking camping reservations
The New York State Office of Parks, Recreation, and Historic Preservation is now accepting camping reservations at state parks. The earliest reservation window for check-ins and arrivals is June 22, with campground density restrictions and social distancing measures in place. Read more.



Campground chatter

Developments at RV parks and campgrounds 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 Chatter” here.


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RV recalls posted since our last newsletter
Jayco recalls some RVs. Window glass could fall out.
Forest River recalls some travel trailers. Safety chains could fail.
Jayco recalls some 2020-2021 Sprinter motorhomes.
350,000 Ford F-150 trucks recalled for faulty brake master cylinder.
Ford expands F-150, SUV, sedan recall to 2.15 million.
Thor recalls some Sprinter motorhomes. Wrong info in owner’s manual.
Keystone RV recalls some Springdale trailers.


Camping with the Corps of Engineers
Many RVers consider Corps of Engineers campgrounds to be the best in the country. This guide is just for RVers — boat-in and tent-only sites are not included. Of all the public lands, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has some of the best parks and campgrounds available. In fact, it’s the largest federal provider of outdoor recreation in the nation. Learn more or order.


Did you miss yesterday’s RV Travel?

If so, stories you missed:
Propane safety made simple – Part 2.
Living in one place, in one home, isn’t as “normal” as it once was.
Reader letters: Interracial RVing couple the target of white RVer’s anger.
RV Electricity: Will my RV generator backfeed power and kill someone?
RV Shrink: RVing in COVID-19 summer – Can we visit Glacier National Park?
RV Tire Safety: How to avoid tire “flat spotting” when parked.
Video: Scary! Tropical storm nearly sends RVs parked on beach out to sea!
RV Education 101: Check the tires when buying a used RV.
Basement storage disorganized? Fix it!
Facebook contest scam offers winner a free luxury motorhome.
and much more

Read it here | Back issues


Latest fuel prices

Here are the latest U.S. average prices per gallon of gasoline and diesel fuel as of June 8, 2020:
Regular unleaded gasoline: $2.04 [Calif.: $2.86]
Change from week before: Up 6 cents; Change from year before: Down 70 cents.
Diesel: $2.40 [Calif.: $3.20]
Change from week before: Up 1 cent; Change from year before: Down 71 cents.


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Hang up the heavy stuff!RV Travel Newsletter Issue 880
RV walls aren’t exactly designed for having screws or nails driven into them. Enter acrylic mounting tape. This is a clear, double-sided tape that is sturdy enough to hang heavy objects and can easily be removed without doing damage to the walls. Get some here.


Upcoming RV shows

Time to start making plans to attend an upcoming show:

Enumclaw RV Show (Visit website), August 6-9, Enumclaw, WA
Midwest RV Super Show, August 13-16, Elkhart, IN
Raleigh Fall RV Show, August 28-30, Raleigh, NC
Great American RV & Camping Show, September 10-12, Colorado Springs, CO
Hershey America’s Largest RV Show, September 16-20, Hershey, PA
Portland Fall RV & Van Show, September 17-20, Portland, OR
Charlotte Fall RV Show, September 18-20, Charlotte, NC
Georgia RV & Camper Show, September 18-20, Atlanta, GA
Indianapolis Fall Boat & RV Show, September 25-27, Indianapolis, IN
New York State RV & Camping Show, September 25-27, Syracuse, NY
Washington State Evergreen Fall RV Show, September 25-27, Monroe, WA
Fall Detroit RV & Camping Show, September 30 – October 4, Novi, MI

See the complete list of upcoming RV shows.


Free and bargain camping

From OvernightRVparking.com

Click here to view this week’s free and bargain camping spots.

Other resources:
Walmart Directory: Best printed directory of Walmart locations.
Guide to Free Campgrounds: Best-selling directory, year after year.

Overnight RV Parking, with more than 14,000 locations listed, is the largest and best resource for locating free and inexpensive places to spend a night in an RV. For membership information and a demo of the site, click here. A modest membership fee required, but try the free demo. Watch a video about OvernightRVparking.com.


A road atlas for kids makes geography fun!
Give this National Geographic Atlas to your kids or grandkids before they hit the road. It features simplified yet real road maps of all 50 states, and interesting information on each place and route. There are even themed maps on nature, population, energy, climate, and more, that delve deeper into key issues. It makes a great gift! Learn more or order.


Brain teaser answer:

A snowman.


Sunday funny

STUPID TOURIST QUESTIONS AT NATIONAL PARKS

• Are the alligators real? (Everglades National Park)
• So is that Canada over there? (Grand Canyon National Park)
• Does Old Faithful erupt at night? (Yellowstone National Park)
• How much of the cave is underground? (Carlsbad Caverns National Park)


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jillie
1 year ago

My cousin has a Tiffin. Nothing but issues. She says more time being fixed then on the road. No thank you to a Tiffan.

David Binkley
1 year ago

I keep hearing about all the new RVers and all the new coaches everybody is excited to buy yet KOA, the big name in RV Campgrounds, is building Glamping Resorts where no RVs are allowed? I find that odd.

Steve Jones
1 year ago

Enjoyed the Rubenstein’s story. She has a pleasant way of writing about negative things they encountered without coming across as negative.

David Allen
1 year ago

Regarding the black family who made the stupid decision to travel. First off, as we travel, we see many black families RV’ing. We are in the south and for the past 2 years have traveled here extensively. Not a high ratio of black to other, but definitely many. All were treated with the same respect of any other traveler and all returned that treatment towards us. There decision to ignore safety at a time when Corona Virus was rampant, leads me to believe they felt they were exempt from rules and suggestions. A white cop came to a location and was up front, told you why he stopped in, and returned the ID’s and left. He told them he responded to a citizens call. But the writer thought it appropriate to expound upon how scared they were that he might return. Where is the racism in that statement. I agree that there are some serious rednecks (especially in our area) who drive around with a confederate flag on display. However they have as much right to do that as you have to object to it. I personally don’t do things that I know some folks feel strongly against. But I also feel that racism and bigotry oftentimes start with a persons perception and finger pointing. If you look at things with an attitude of racism, you will find it.

MrDisaster
1 year ago
Reply to  David Allen

I think you are missing the perspective of the family. I didn’t see anywhere that they “thought they were exempt” from any rules. Being stopped by the police is rare for most folks, but…many of my friends have been stopped for nothing more than “driving while black”. As for the guy in SLC, I understand their concern. When were you ever stalked by someone else? How might you feel? (strange town and a guy driving back and forth like a stalker)? And… you’re closing comment says a lot about you also.

Rory R
1 year ago
Reply to  MrDisaster

Once again from one who does not understand and is not trying to understand, a final judgement…..

Frank Mac
1 year ago

Point of Historical order: The civil war was fought to “preserve the union” not to free the slaves. Abraham Lincoln’s Emancipation Proclamation freed the slaves. So why has the Lincoln memorial been defaced?

Penny rutledge
1 year ago
Reply to  Frank Mac

Stupidity

Rory R
1 year ago
Reply to  Frank Mac

Who did the defacing? Stop jumping to conclusions, or is it your thoughts and beliefs exposed…

Tom Smithbrother
1 year ago

“scrutinized by a guy whose car flies a Confederate flag and just won’t seem to go away” A very raciest Statement. Many fly Dixie flags because they are proud their southern upbringing and history. NOT because they hate black people. Some black people even support the flag. The very statement, against the flag, show prejudice in itself.

Charles Baldwin
1 year ago

Gee, never thought I’d see published “Dixiesplaining.”

Chuck
1 year ago

How about someone driving back and forth past your house displaying a Nazi Flag? Sure, that is just a historical display if he is of German descent.

Al Philips
1 year ago

I agree with your comments. Unfortunately, the Confederate flag has been so demonized that people think it’s a symbol of racism. Nothing could be further from the truth. The fact that this flag is associated with the South and racism is the continuing defamation of the South. To the educated, there was/is just as much racism in the North! The Confederate flag in no way had links, unintended or not, to racism.

Snayte
1 year ago
Reply to  Al Philips

I will say it again.
hat rag is a Racist flag of treason to the United States and has no place in our country.

Snayte
1 year ago

That rag is a Racist flag of treason to the united States and has no place in our country.

Earnie W
1 year ago

I am glad the Rubensteins were able to enjoy an overall good experience on their maiden journey. It appears that the police officer was doing his job in an unbiased manner when checking out the apparently racist complaint about loitering in a class A.

RICHARD PALMER
1 year ago

Harry’s Fish Camp is in Pineville, SC. https://www.harrysfishcamp.net/

Lisa Adcox
1 year ago

I use to work at The Hermitage,Home of Andrew Jackson. Tourist could ask some funny stuff or make funny comments. One was looking at a map when we had Territories. She asked why the map was not finished? Another was coming through the welcome center and asked if the mansion was in the museum. We got this question daily Do you ever see ghost in the house? The best one was where is the bathrooms in the house. Lots of laughs everyday at work.