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Yearly Archives: 2019

Trailer/RV Friendly Vacation Spots on the West Coast

There are an incredible amount of places to take your trailer or RV, but there are some spots that just can’t be beat. Quite a few of those places lie on the West Coast, and if you haven’t been there or considered it, you are missing out. Whether it’s Cape Flattery, the Northwestern most point of the contiguous United States, or by the sunny beaches of Southern California, there is a spot that is just waiting for you to experience. 1.Hobuck campground, Cape Flattery, WA The most Northwestern point of the contiguous United States provides gorgeous views whether the day is stormy or clear and breezy. This gorgeous part of the country is managed by the Makah Tribe. The Hobuck Campground is the place to be with your RV or trailer, and you’ll find there is a lot to do during your stay. A fairly accessible hike provides you the opportunity to venture to that precious point to overlook the Pacific Ocean, a check off the bucket list. This is a wonderful place to bring t ... read more

Why We Give Thanks this Year for our RVs/Trailers

Now that we are officially in the holiday season, this is the time of year we like to reflect on all the things we are thankful for. You see, this business of ours is a true passion. We have been longtime fans of Recreational Vehicles. We love the freedom that RVs and trailers provide us when we want to go exploring. In this month’s blog, we want to show five reasons why we give thanks this year for our RVs and Trailers. Affordable travel options. We have a large family, and as it continues to grow, we are super grateful for our RVs and trailers. Have you seen the cost of airline tickets lately? For the same amount of money it takes to fly two people to a destination, we can load up the whole family and go on an adventure. Trailers and motorhomes certainly offer affordable travel options, and for that, we are grateful. Quality time with family. Speaking of family, we love spending quality time with them. If we were to plan a vacation that incl ... read more

Preparing your RV for the Spooky Season

 Preparing your RV for the Spooky Season

Just because summer is over doesn’t mean the RV has to be left out of all the Halloween season’s spooky fun! Whether you’re in an RV park, touring the States, or into spooky camping, there are some fun tips and tricks to getting your RV ready for the season. When it’s time to decorate your RV for Halloween, dig into the decorations that you already have at home and build from there. Make sure to include pumpkins and jack-o-lanterns. Now, since you many be moving your RV around, carved pumpkins may not be the most long-lasting decoration, but there are still ways to have fun with pumpkins without carving. There are many kits out there that are meant for pumpkin painting! This extends the life of your pumpkins while allowing for easy repositioning inside or outside with the same amount of creativity put in.  Many folks like to have string lights around the outside and inside of their RVs, and a simple way to switch it up for Halloween season is to find yourse ... read more

Family Friendly Fall RV Activities

Family Friendly Fall RV Activities

With fall quickly approaching, the end of summer always feels a little sad. Although you can have just as much fun in the fall as you did in the summer with some fun fall RV Activities. Here is a list of some of our favorite activities to do in the fall: Geocaching is a fun way to get outdoors and look for fun treasures. Fall means that there are a lot more leaves on the ground making them more challenging to find, it also gives you a great excuse to explore new places you’ve never been. Pumpkin patches are a family favorite as you can get the whole family together to have some fun. Being able to get lost in a hay maze or have your little ones pick out their favorite pumpkin it is a time to remember, bringing your family along can also make it a bit more special. Telling spooky stories sets the mood for Halloween coming up, sitting around a campfire in the dark can bring up the excitement for the season. Getting your kids a little scared but excited for Halloween is always a f ... read more

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